Accommodation consists of 38 spacious, yet cozy and en-suite tents spread out in three secluded wings to ensure privacy. The Bamboo wing, surrounded by bamboo groves and flowering ornamental trees near the main camp, the Palm Wing, overlooking a series of springs, lily clad ponds and lush indigenous forest and the Acacia Wing, which occupies more open acacia woodland rich in birdlife on the camp boundary. The tents boast the very latest in luxury camping, with large single or double beds, personal closets, writing desks, and ensuite bathrooms with flush toilets and steaming hot showers.
Fresh, tasty and varied early morning tea/coffee, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner, prepared from the onside kitchen are complimentary. A free form swimming pool in the heart of the compound takes the edge off those hot afternoons, and a large log fire accompanied by live guitar music by the dining room will ward off the chilly wind in the evenings.
Siana Springs is conveniently located just outside the reserve near the Sekenani Gate and offers unrivaled full-board, and road or air package-deal alternatives to witness one of the Seven Wonders - as well as the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth -, the Wildebeest migration. Other activities include cultural safaris, nature walks, organized sundowner cocktails on the Ngama Hills with breathtaking views of the plains below, bush dinners or breakfasts, massage indulgences, Adventurers’ Club activities for the kids, a challenge course for team-building activities, swimming pool, Wi-Fi internet by the bar, BBQ dinner under the stars with traditional Maasai dances and balloon safaris.
From 12:00 hours
By 10:00 hours
Babies and Kids Stay Free
Max Age: 3