Enchipai Mara Camp

Enchipai in Maa Language translates to, “a place of happiness.” Enchipai is a small 5 tented luxury camp, tacked under indigenous trees north of Mara triangle boundary to the West.

The camp’s location was carefully identified and strategically engineered on the Esoit Oloololo escarpment with perfect view of the Mara. The tents well designed with both contemporary and local rustic touch to offer all our guests comfort, relaxation and exciting game viewing in the vast savannah Mara right from your tent or Verandah. In addition, regularly wild animals roaming around the camp 24/7. Echipai Mara Camp truly offers more than the usual!


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Enchipai Mara Camp started by working hand in hand with its community neighbours running community support & Conservation Programs that have started showing real results. Some of the projects Enchipai Mara Camp is supporting include:
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  • Employment and Training of locals
  • Education
  • Health care
  • Safe drinking water
  • Community water dams
  • Development of income generating activities for the Maasai Women
  • Cultural preservation
  • Indigenous tree planting
  • Supporting School Wildlife and Conservation clubs

Guest Reviews

Enchipai Mara Camp is so peaceful and the amazing staff, all
dedicated to ensuring that their guests are comfortable and relaxed.
The host manager and all our room attendant were especially helpful. The rooms are spacious, well-furnished and clean. The view of the mara and river are spectacular and the food amazing!

Sue and John

Heaven on earth, will be back!

Gomez Sandra

The lodge is truly 5star! The manager was charming and very
helpful, staff were very professional and made our stay very pleasant. our
guide was excellent and very good food.

Dr. O. Kimani


Enchapai Mara Camp

Enchipai in Maa Language translates to, “a place of happiness.”

The Maasai and Culture

The Maasai are an indigenous ethnic group that form part of the Multi-cultured Kenya.

Conservation and community

The Greater Maasai Mara and the neighbouring Community landscape plays a major part of Kenya’s tourism industry.