Sanctuary Olonana is an award-winning tented camp on a private stretch of the Mara River, at the foot of the impressive Siria Escarpment close to where the famous last scene from "Out of Africa" was filmed. Located close to the border with Tanzania, the game concentration is high - and during the annual wildebeest migration, the action happens right on the camp's doorstep.
The camp features 14 spacious and tastefully appointed tents with en-suite bathrooms and river view verandas where guests can relax and watch the resident hippos wallowing.
Each tent has en-suite facilities and hot and cold running water; double basin and WC, spacious wooden verandah overlooking the river and unique hand crafted furniture & fittings. The tents have floor to ceiling mosquito netting 'windows' and two queen size beds.
The food at Olonana is exceptional. They have their own garden where they grow vegetables and herbs. There is a difference is the selection process. Olonana has a daily menu with a few different options to choose from (restaurant-style). Olonana chefs' are happy to make special meals for kids.
Sanctuary Olonana's main dining room and veranda command views over a dramatic stretch of the Mara River.
Bar on the premises