Mpata Safari Club is perched on the edge of the Oloololo Escarpment overlooking the endless savanna, Mpata allows visitors to feel the heartbeat of the African wilderness.
This exclusive and romantic Club offers a ringside seat to the wildebeest migration nature's greatest spectacle involving millions of wildebeest and vast numbers of zebra and gazelle traversing the savanna in search of lush pastures.
It is an environment designed by those who know Africa for those who love it. A place where old dreams can be reconciled with new needs, and every visit is a little like coming home to a warm welcome.
Established in 1992, Mpata Safari Club is designed by the Japanese architect Edward Suzuki. The accommodation comprises of 23 separate cottages well spaced along the top of the Oloololo escarpment offering panoramic views of adjoining Masai Mara.
There are 11 suite and 12 deluxe rooms, each with interlocking curves that separate the bedroom and bathroom before opening to the enticing veranda. With emphasis on comfort and a unique combination of interior design, the suite rooms have a sitting room, kitchenette and, best of all, an outdoor Jacuzzi. Rooms are supplied with 220/240 volts AC. Plugs in use are the 3-square pin.
The dining experience at Mpata Safari Club is a classic experience, combining African flavor with international recipes prepared by internationally trained chefs, underscoring Mpata Safari Club's vision to consistently maintain a 5 star rating.
Many of the meals served at Mpata Safari Club are prepared based on recipes by Kiyomi Mikuni, a world-renowned chef. The variety and inventiveness of Mpata Club's ever changing menu is guaranteed to enhance your stay.