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Entim Mara Camp is The Perfect Setting 'in' the Masai Mara.
First Class Service, Accommodation, and a perfect base for Safari from this small exclusive Camp.
We were blown away by both the beauty and tranquillity of 'Entim' and the hospitality underpinned by the tremendous...More
Entire was the most outstanding of 5 safari camps that we visited in Kenya. It is truly 5 star in all aspects. Upon arrival we were greeted by gracious staff with cold drinks & a view of the Mara River. Our tents were truly luxurious,...More
Went to Entim on a David Lloyd Photography trip - was v impressed by the mini entim camp - the staff were so friendly and kind - the food was delicious and the tents were a lovely size!
Great place! must visit!
I've been to the Mara a couple of times and this camp was my favorite all-around place to stay. It's relative isolation in the Mara means you have better access to the Mara river and all of the animals. The camp itself overlooks part of...More
Words can't describe this place. From the service levels to the breathtaking views from the hammock, to the evening bonfire where you can hear nearby hyenas and lions.. This place truly describes luxury in the jungle.. Truly Kenyan.. No words will be enough to describe...More
Hello, we are looking forward to our 4 night stay in a couple if weeks--beginning of March. How are the mosquitos this time of year? Just wondering if basic mosquito repellant is enough, or if we should bother with the clothing repellant spray also. Thanks very much--can't wait to be there!
17 February 2017|
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Hi Kyle. We didn't have a problem with mosquitos, just make sure the tent is properly zipped up when you leave it. We had a few flies around the dining area but we had a roll on deterrent which seemed to work well.