Elephant Pepper Camp, Masai Mara National Park

Elephant Pepper Camp (originally Mara Bush Camp) offers a unique, comfortable environment and is named after the Warburgia Ugandensis tree, which is commonly known as the Elephant Pepper tree.

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About Elephant Pepper Camp

Elephant Pepper Camp offers an authentic bush experience including walking and unwinding around the glowing embers of a campfire. Creative comforts are not sacrificed either with ensuite bathrooms being part of each spacious tent.

Situated right on the Northern Edge of the Maasai Mara reserve, Elephant Pepper Camp is tucked away in a prime wildlife area, overlooking the Mara plains. The large light canvas tents have en-suite dressing rooms, safari showers filled with hot water on request and flush toilets. This is an original bush camp, eco-friendly, committed to finding a way of life that does not harm the wilderness, revenue from the camp goes back to the local community. Elephant Pepper Camp is put up for the season and then packed away to leave no trace behind. The homely atmosphere of this camp is part of its charm. Clients can relax with nature, no generators, no vehicles passing, no permanent structures jarring the skyline, just the sights and sounds of the bush which completely surround you.