- Game viewing activities; day and night game drives
- Guided bush walking safari options
- Bush breakfasts and picnics
- Both honeymoon and family tents are available
- Exceptional game viewing and bird species
- Lodge type; Bush Camp
- Location; Northern Masai Mara
- Lodge size; 8 luxury tents
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
Experience An Authentic Bush Camp Safari While At Elephant Pepper In The Northern Masai Mara
Elephant Pepper Camp by the Elewana Collection, situated on the Northern Edge of the Masai Mara National Reserve, is tucked away in a prime wildlife area.
Surrounded by the Masai Mara's exceptional wildlife and birdlife species, Elephant Pepper is a seasonal camp that operates for around 10 months of the year (closes in the rainy season).
Elephant Pepper Bush Camp has been recently refurbished and designed to attract and introduce people to an authentic Masai Mara wildlife safari experience.
Elephant Pepper offers game drives in 4x4 safari vehicles both day and night, as well as guided walks with an armed ranger, depending on guests' wishes and preferences. There is also a unique opportunity to visit a nearby Masai village and many other cultural activities.
The 8 luxury tents at Elephant Pepper are all en-suite, with flush toilets and running water. The safari Meru-styled tented suites are stylishly furnished and have been designed to make the most of the stunning views.
If you're looking for an authentic bush safari experience, look no further than Elephant Pepper Camp.
The eight tented suites at Elephant Pepper Camp are spacious and luxurious, with plenty of room to relax and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. The bathroom areas are large and well-equipped, with plenty of space to get ready for a day of safari adventures.
The Indian Raj Campaign furniture is elegant and stylish, adding a touch of luxury to your stay.
From your personal verandah or hammock, you can enjoy watching the wildlife wander across the savannah plains.
The tents are positioned far enough apart to ensure a high level of privacy.
Elephant Pepper Camp offers a unique culinary experience with a variety of homemade pasta dishes, traditional Italian recipes, and fresh organic salads.
The campfire barbecues are always a hit, as are the dinners in the mess tent.
The camp also offers a bush breakfast (a highly recommended option) and a picnic lunch option for those full-day safaris, as well as a sundowner drinks experience.
Guests can also enjoy a romantic dinner under the stars.
As for wine, the selection is superb - perfect for complementing the flavours of Africa. Whether you're a connoisseur or just looking to expand your horizons, you're sure to find a bottle (or two) to love at Elephant Pepper Camp.
The main mess tent area at Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp features an indoor dining room and bar area, a comfortable lounge area with a reference library and a small gift shop for those last-minute souvenirs for friends and family back home.
24-hour solar power is available, as are numerous charging facilities and options around camp.
A Wi-Fi and internet connection is available around the central guest area.
A limited laundry service is also available at an additional cost per item of clothing.
Elephant Pepper Camp offers a variety of safari activities for guests to enjoy. These activities include game drives, walking safaris, and those famed night drives.
With the bush camp being based in the Masai Mara National Reserve, constantly surrounded by some of the best wildlife and birdlife safari experiences in Africa, one is in for a right royal treat.
All of the guides at Elephant Pepper Camp are certified by the Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association, and some have been guiding in this area for over 20 years.
All-in-all, for anyone interested in wildlife and wildlife photography, Elephant Pepper is one of the better options around.
Elephant Pepper is the perfect safari destination for families to explore and learn together.
With suitable child-friendly safari activities and daily schedules, two tented suites that are perfect for a family of up to four as well as kid-friendly meals, what more can one want when in Kenya?
Elephant Pepper is a luxurious safari camp located in the Masai Mara National Reserve of Kenya. Guests can enjoy game drives, walking safaris, and night drives while staying at the camp.
With its prime location and experienced guides, Elephant Pepper Camp offers guests an unforgettable wildlife experience.
From US$ 594.00 per person
Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp Rates
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollars
*Rates may vary according to season
Rates form part of a Kenya Safari itinerary
- All meals, soft drinks, beer, house wine & selected spirits
- Transfers from/to Mara North airstrip
- Safari activities including day and night shared game drives, bush picnics, sundowners and guided bush walks
- Experienced driver-guides in custom-designed safari vehicles accompany all drive activities
- All statutory taxes (approx. 25%) including VAT
- All Flights
- Medical and travel insurance
- Champagne, exclusive cellar wines, cognacs and single malt whiskeys
- Park Fees
- Items of a personal nature
- Exclusive Use of Game-Drive Vehicle
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