Mara Heritage Camp (Kogatende)
NORTHERN SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK
The Heritage Mara Camp in Kogatende is about 20 minutes from the Mara River, on the outskirts of the Northern Serengeti zone. It’s a fantastic site to see herds of wildebeest cross the river. Even so, it’s far enough away from the main road to allow for remote game viewing.
The camp is situated on a hill, surrounded by huge evergreen trees, with sweeping views of the Northern Serengeti. The camp is open from July to November, when millions of wildebeest migrate across the Northern Serengeti, with the goal of crossing the Mara River.
The best time to visit this camp is in July and stay until the middle of November.
WHY MARA HERITAGE CAMP?
This luxurious, cozy camp features really beautiful bell tents and is true African glamping in every way.
All meals are three-course affairs served in a camp kitchen by a chef.
The diversity and richness of animals seen here, including the Big Five and the yearly wildebeest migration, is unrivaled anyplace else in Africa.
Bar with a large selection of cocktails and liquors
EACH TENT ALSO COMES WITH
En-suite bathrooms with shower and flush toilets
Pure Cotton Linen sheets
24 Hour Communication Service ( Walkie Talkies)
MARA HERITAGE CAMP ROOMS
Our luxurious tents are all equipped with private bathrooms, flush toilets, 24 hours communication devices (walkie-talkies), and other important facilities.
MARA HERITAGE CAMP MESS TENTS
These tents are connected by paved paths to the camp’s mess tents that act as eating areas, which are positioned in front of the camp underneath soaring acacias.
MARA HERITAGE CAMP LOUNGE
The lounge area just near the mess tent is the tranquil chilling area with a small library of books, refreshments like coffee, beer, sodas, and your favourite snacks.