Sala’s Camp is a classic tented camp tucked in a bend of the Sand River in one of the Mara’s last untouched corners. With views towards the Serengeti and across the Northern Corridor, this is the first and last stop for the thousands of wildebeest and zebra that pass through. This means that Sala’s has the longest migration season in the Mara. Its guests get front row seats to one of the greatest natural spectacles on earth and one of the Seven New Wonders of the World.
The camp itself is made up of seven tents, six twin/double tents and one big honeymoon suite/family tent. All of them are extremely comfortable with large beds, soft white linens, hanging cupboards, sink area and en-suite bathroom with flushing loo. Meaning guests can enjoy the original under canvas experience with some modern comforts, such as electricity and hot running water.
Before and after game drives guests convene in the lovely mess tent, with a beautiful lawn area, day bed for some time with a good book, bar and dining table which is littered with candles at night time. As the sun sets the camp fire is lit, drinks poured and bitings served. Whilst guest enjoy outstanding dinners amazingly produced from a bush kitchen, tents are closed up, beds turned down and hot water bottles tucked under the covers. Every detail is considered at this truly special camp inside the famous Mara Reserve.