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Western food served with table d'hote is our standard with some ingredients directly come from our vegetable garden every day. Sometimes, however, we provide buffet service with Kenya-style barbecue. The variety and inventiveness of our ever-changing menu is guaranteed to enhance your stay. All meals are served in the restaurant.
Some examples are here

Breakfast 08:00 - 09:30
Lunch 12:30 - 14:00
Dinner 19:30 - 21:00

A variety of drinks such as local beers, wines, original cocktails, soft drinks and mineral water are available here.
Baboon Bar One of our recommendations
A Sundowner can be arranged at the baboon bar on request.
The baboon bar ignites pleasure and satisfaction, offering sensational views of the Mara river.
Cliff Breakfast or Lunch Indulge yourself with...
An observatory right next to the baboon bar has a fine view of the Mara. Private breakfast or lunch can be provided here at an extra cost which is restricted to one table up to 4 guests at a time. Under a blue sky, your waiter will serve your table exclusively. Please contact the guest relation staff after checking in.

Per table (up to 4 guests) US$ 50

* Weather permitting

The swimming pool is available for staying guests.
Between morning and afternoon game drives, you can relax at the swimming pool. You can also have drinks here.

A variety of gifts are available here, including beaded ornaments made by maasai, African art paintings, soap-stone plates, wood carvings.

Kenya is famous for its tea and coffee which are also available here.
In addition, letters and postcards can be posted at the gift shop. Postage stamps are also sold.

Field guides, photographical magazines and novels are available for your reading.
Commanding a majestic panorama of Masai Mara, the Savannah of the maasai people, the lodge is astride a plateau gently sloping down towards a rugged, well-defined escarpment.

23 cottages are spread on both sides of the centrally placed common club-house parallel to the escarpment.

The club-house fuses two basically semi-circular, fan-shaped components. Beneath this are various functions which are terraced relative to the sloping terrain.

In the centre is an open patio which serves as the focal generator of the plan as well as a ventilator and shaft for natural daylight.

The structure has been kept open to allow natural cross ventilation, but where there are strong winds, as occurs along the peripheral edges of the dining and bar areas, glass windbreakers have been installed.

Front desk, guest relations office and the gift shop are located in the lobby

This is your office during your stay. For all your enquiries and bookings of optional activities (See OPTIONAL), you can contact the Guest Relations officer.

Foreign exchange to Kenya Shillings
(US$, Sterling Pound and Euro)
Credit cards (VISA or MasterCard) Yes
Credit cards (AMEX, DINER'S, JCB) No
Traveler's check (T/C) No
Safety box Yes
Laundry service Extra
Dry cleaning No
Gift shop Yes
Swimming pool Yes
Library Yes