The Mara in a way you have never seen

By: Editor In Chief
    
Wed 29 July,2015

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Filed Under: Tourism & Travel

A small, private and intimate safari camp located in Lemek Conservancy just north of the Masai mara game reserve in arguably one of the best wildlife viewing areas of the Masai mara ecosystem.

Losokwan is a genuine and perfect base for exploring the surrounding Masai mara wilderness without compromising on comfort or responsive service. The camp offers an authentic safari holiday in a serene and tranquil environment.

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This Conservancy offers hard-hitting game-viewing throughout the year and comprises open savannah and a tree-lined section of the Mara river with high concentrations of plains game and the wildlife numbers are particularly intensified during the annual wildebeest migration.  

The camp’s indulgently spacious and beautifully furnished six tents are nestled nicely amongst the crotons trees to ensure maximum privacy for all guests. The tents provide a homely atmospheric feeling with a private verandah overlooking the mara plains teeming with wildlife including the big five.  

Each tent features a fully functioning en-suite bathroom with flushing toilets and ablution facilities with running water, hot bucket showers, and all the other amenities required to make your safari relaxed and memorable.

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The communal lounge and the dining tents are also meticulously designed and ideally positioned to take advantage of sweeping views of the mara plains providing endless opportunities to see the wildlife populating the area. The lounge has a library and fully stocked bar with a wide selection of drinks to choose from. 

At Losokwan, quality, customer satisfaction and most importantly value are top priorities. The extensively experienced Losokwan team is constantly trained to provide flawless, fast-paced and friendly services.

Bush meals are a must have at Losokwan Camp, either a freshly prepared bush breakfast/lunch served by the Mara riverbanks for guests who want to enjoy hippo-viewing, or near to camp for those who want to watch the zebras under acacia tree. Bush dinners are under the vast starry African sky. A picnic lunch box is organized for guests who are on a full day excursion.

A wide range of activities can be enjoyed at Losokwan including; from exhilarating 4WD day and night game drives to bushwalks. The largest population of lions in Kenya, and high concentrations of plains game, can be seen here, particularly when the annual wildebeest migration arrives between the months of July and September.

Maasai village cultural visits, Bonfire with Maasai Dance show, birding, balloon safari, visit to the OlChorro rhino sanctuary, picnic and sundowner excursions are also available.

 

 




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