Ol Seki Hemingways Mara
Ol Seki – Cordia monoica – the sandpaper tree and a symbol of peace. The Maasai have many uses of the Seki – edible fruit, useful timber for bows and special walking sticks used by elders during significant rites of passage.
Set on a wonderful rocky promontory, overlooking the sweeping Isupukiai River, the luxury seasonal Ole Seki Mara Camp enjoys panoramic views in a gorgeous wilderness area teeming with game. Eastern Koiyaki, north of the Mara, provides a rare opportunity to enjoy wildlife viewing, in a pristine setting. This oasis of inspired and beautifully designed tents is nestled amongst Cordia and Acacia trees attracting an abundance of wildlife and birds, many of which are seen from the tents in the valley below.
Ol Seki consist of 10 spacious tents each with a double and a single bed, crisp linen, thoughtfully designed lighting, a changing room and en suite hot showers and flush toilets.
The camp also have two family tents, each with 2 double beds and 1 single bed. In addition, the family tent has a private kitchen, dining and living room as well as private butler service upon request.
Full board accommodation; including a wide assortment of drinks. Special dietry requirements can be accommodated with prior notice.