Mara Bushtops opened in February 2007 and has now 12 sumptuous tents. They each bear the name of one of the savannah's animals. It is an impressive place. The bedroom opens out completely onto the exterior. The bedroom and the large 1,076 sq ft terrace make wonderful accommodation, with a basin embedded in the ground. It also includes two deck chairs, a table and two chairs, as well as a telescope to watch the animals who come and drink at the pond, opposite the camp. All of it protected by a white canvas roof. At night time, your butler will close your tent for you and conceal a hot water bottle under your sheets so you don't get cold. The king size bed is in the middle of the room, surrounded by dark wooden furniture, which blends in perfectly well with the parquet flooring. The African decoration is simple and elegant. It doesn't really feel like a tent... The bathroom, open to the bedroom, is as luxurious as the rest. Two exposed sinks rest on a wooden top. The shower and toilet are facing each other on either side of the room. An outdoor shower once again is another opportunity to enjoy the panoramic view. As the camp is powered by solar energy, the tents have electricity night and day. They also have a hairdryer and hospitality products.
As there is no fence around the camp, a small bell was set up at the entrance of each tent so that you can call an armed Masai who will walk with you if you are going out late at night.