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Amazing wildlife viewing on the Mara. The camp is simply wonderful, intimate and staff friendly. Highly recommend for anyone who wants to see tons of wildlife and have some privacy. The food is lovely, the service is attentive. It is Eco friendly. They use solar...More
This camp is unfenced and open to wild life, so you have more restrictions on your movements than at other camps we've been to - all due to safety concerns. After dusk/dark you could not wander about without a guide to show you the way...More
The Mara is what you expect to see from the movies. Grand sweeping plains of tall grass with abundant wildlife, Masai villages, and a comfortable abode in Elephant Pepper Camp. This camp is a small boutique camp in the North Conservancy. Due to its location...More
The location, staff and experiences provided by the elephant pepper camp are second to none.
Our family visited the elephant pepper camp in the North Masai Mara Conservancy. We were greeted by Allison and Tom the two general managers. Allison is an expert in the...More
The Elephant Pepper Camp is a story by itself. Terrific location, very lovely staff & great sightings. Alison & Tommy are TOP CLASS HOSTS. Polite & very friendly. In fact I have decided to follow Tom & Alison wherever they go...I have stayed at the...More
Thank Varun M. Y
Response from ElewanaCollection, Manager at Elephant Pepper CampResponded 25 June 2018
Thank you so much for your wonderful review.
Great to hear you and Sammy made such a good team and we love the great photo’s you have taken on this trip!
We have shared your great feedback with our team and we are all looking...More
Hi , I was not a lone traveller but there were two lone travellers staying at the camp whilst we were there. I cannot speak highly enough of EPC having stayed in numerous other camps across Kenya and Tanzania. February is a... More
Hi , I was not a lone traveller but there were two lone travellers staying at the camp whilst we were there. I cannot speak highly enough of EPC having stayed in numerous other camps across Kenya and Tanzania. February is a great time to visit as it is not so busy , weather is great and if you like birds there are many additional migrant species to see who spend their winter in Africa. Book it , you wont regret your decision.
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"Top class sightings & all within a 2-4sq. km radius."