Sala’s Camp is a tented camp that combines tradition with comfort and it’s a model of understated, intimate luxury in Kenya.
Situated in the southern, wilder corner of Kenya’s mighty Maasai Mara game reserve close to the confluence of the Sand and Keekerok Rivers – an idyllic geographical feature that attracts teeming wildlife.
Sala’s Camp location is a big draw, close to Tanzania with wonderful views of the Serengeti National Park, it is one of the first camps in the Mara to witness the legendary annual migration of wildebeest, which thunders by from June to September each year.
Sala’s Camp offers the best of the Maasai Mara’s wildlife and birdlife year round.
Sala’s Camp first hosted guests in 2004, it has become renowned for combining an authentic safari experience with hospitality and fine dining. Sala’s Camp is owned and operated by The Safari Collection, and can be booked for the night or as part of a complete tailor-made safari.
Sala’s Camp offers space, comfort and great views as well as an amazing safari experience. They can accommodate up to 16 guests in seven luxury tents including a spacious honeymoon tent, which can also accommodate a family of up to four.
The Camp’s interiors are elegant and comfortable.
All rooms have en-suite bathrooms with hot showers, running water and flushing toilets. Our electricity is solar-powered and there is a standby generator for refrigeration and charging devices.
Typically, after a day’s excursion, return to relax in your hammock or meet up for sundowners by the campfire before enjoying dinner served under the stars.
The Maasai Mara is one the world’s most prolific game areas and home to the ‘big 5’, with mind blowing sightings year round.
At Sala’s Camp they offer a variety of excursions, and the resident big cats are easily stopped at close quarters. They also offer first class bird-watching and star-gazing where you can learn about the formations in clear, unpolluted skies.
Sala’s Camp has a special program for children where our spotters teach young guests the secrets of the bush.
At 5,000 ft above sea level, days are warm and can get hot on the Maasai Mara, while nights are usually cool. The rains usually come in April and May and to a lesser extent in November, but global weather patterns are nowadays less predictable.
The Mara is an exceptional year round game experience. From December to March elephant sightings are exceptional. In June the wildebeest start to cross from Tanzania staying until the mid September. The camp is open from June to October and from mid-November to mid-April, but can open at any time if required.
For more information on Sala’s Camp, visit www.thesafaricollection.com.