Located in the Masai Mara North Conservancy and few minutes from the nearby Mara North Airstrip. All the 20 luxury tents overlook the Mara River, which winds itself around the camp with gently flowing waters surrounded by wildlife, the river itself is home to large schools of Hippos.
There are various ways to get to the Neptune Mara Rianta Camp in the Mara North Conservancy:
- Either by scheduled daily flights from Wilson Airport in Nairobi to Mara North (Buffalo) airstrip. (approximately 1 hour flight). Transfers from the airstrip to the lodge are included in the room rates.
- By private charter to any of these airstrips
- By road from Nairobi. (approximately 5 hours)
All 20 luxury tents (85m²) are built on elevated wooden platforms and have their own private viewing deck from where hippos and other wildlife are regularly seen.
Facilities in the tent include:
- King Size or twin bed with fine linens
- Butler on call
- En- suite facilities with solar heated hot and cold running water
- Large shower
- Two hand wash basins
- Private WC
- Sitting Area with lounge chairs
- Writing desk
- In-room safe
Dining at the Neptune Mara Rianta Camp is an exotic adventure in itself, created from the abundance of fresh Kenyan produce the menus are a culinary journey to please the most discerning of palates. Breakfast and lunch are often served buffet-style, while dinner is a la carte with a choice of appetizers, pasta, main courses and tempting desserts, complemented by savories to begin with and ending with fine desserts, fresh tropical fruits and a selection of delectable cheese made in Kenya. Around the pool, al fresco lunches and evening BBQs complemented by activities of Masai dancing, presentations and talks on the Mara’s ecosystem and Masai culture create the truly unique experience.
Earth & Rain Spa is an oasis of tranquility where you can enjoy relaxing and invigorating massages, face and body treatments and many other signature treatments while being captured into the curative atmosphere of the unspoiled African bush and the gentle sounds of the Mara River.