As we are located right in the middle of a wilderness area, and perhaps the richest patch of wildlife in the entire Mara, we also appreciate the need to save these wilderness areas for our future generations. We have taken a few small and significant steps to this extent and would greatly appreciate your cooperation for us to continue the same.

No to plastic bottles :

We do not supply plastic packaged water bottles in the tents but provide an unlimited refill of glass bottles with RO (reverse osmosis) treated purified water. We believe plastics are the single biggest threat to our environment today and this is our small contribution towards making the world plastic-free.

Saving water :

Water is a scarce resource and we do take our steps towards saving water. If you are staying for multiple days with us, your linen and towel is washed only when you want us to wash them and leave them on the floor. If you wish to reuse your towels for more than one day, you are welcome to do so.

Solar power :

While there is no electricity inside Masai Mara, our options for power are solar and generator. We have opted for Solar and are nearly 80% dependant on solar power and have a small generator as a backup. In the next few months, we plan to augment our solar power generation capability, and wish to become fully reliant on solar power for meeting energy needs of the camp.

Responsible waste disposal :

While throwing items including plastic items during game drives are a strict no-no, even inside the camp please follow the guidelines for their safe and responsible disposal. You will notice three colors of bins in the camp – blue bin is for recyclable waste, the brown bin is for kitchen and garden waste, the green bin is for non-recyclable waste. If you are not sure of what how to dispose of your waste, get in touch with our staff, they will be happy to assist you with the same.

Self-reliance on food :

We are continuously moving towards self-reliance on food as we try to grow many fruits and vegetables for our guest consumption within the campus itself. While we are still far from 100% self-reliance and for some essential items like rice etc we may be always dependant on outside world, but it makes us happy to be as much self-reliant as possible with our ever growing kitchen garden supplying fresh organic fruits and vegetables for our guests.

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