About The Lodge
Mara Serena Safari Lodge is the only safari accommodation within the renowned Mara Triangle. From this unique address, this Masai Mara safari lodge offers incredible wildlife viewing, sweeping views down over the plains, unusual architecture and the opportunity to relax and unwind in the heart of an archetypal savannah landscape.
The Masai Mara is one of the most evocative names on the map of Kenya, and Mara Serena Safari Lodge is the perfect place from which to explore it. It has a superb location on a small hill, offering almost infinite views out across the rolling grasslands of the Mara Triangle.
The Masai Mara safari lodge is also directly in the path of the annual Great Wildebeest Migration, one of Africa’s most spectacular wildlife spectacles. But even when the wildebeest are not in town (as it were), there’s still a great deal to see and do.
Daily guided game drives get you closer to the wildlife action, and include such unforgettable experiences as enjoying safari sundowners under one of the Mara’s iconic flat-topped acacia trees, or a bush breakfast on the banks of the Mara River (with hippos for company). Guided bird and nature walks are ideal for guests with special interests, or those who want to take a closer look at the details of this incredible environment.
The unique, organic forms of Mara Serena Safari Lodge enhance its sense of place, as it’s been designed to complement the dramatic scenery around it. The adobe-style guest rooms remain wonderfully cool during the heat of the day, and there’s always the option to spend a morning or an afternoon in the lodge, enjoying the views – or perhaps the swimming pool and Maisha Gym and Spa.
With the opportunity to learn Swahili or to cook safari-style, the mind can play while the body relaxes.
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Safari Trips That Take You Here
Experience the magical Masai Mara, unbeatable for the wildlife experience offered on its vast savannah grasslands. This affordable journey has you travelling by light aircraft into the Masai Mara to experience this wildlife mecca on morning and afternoon game drives. You’ll even be treated to breakfast – alongside hippo – on the banks of the Mara River.
Before heading off on six days of safari adventure, spend a night in Kenya’s capital of Nairobi. Board your light aircraft and fly off, landing in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro’s snow-capped peak, to explore Amboseli National Park, famed for its large elephant herds. After three glorious days, fly out, heading west into the game-filled savannah plains of the Masai Mara for another three remarkable days on safari.