Leleshwa Camp and Safari Lodge

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Leleshwa Camp is an intimate tented camp situated on the Siana Community Conservation Area on the North–Eastern edge of the Maasai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya.

Resting along a stream valley overlooking picturesque hills and rolling plains dotted with resident game, Leleshwa Camp is a peaceful haven.

The camp consists of 7 well-appointed tents with en-suite bathrooms of flushing toilets and hot showers.

Each tent has either 2 single or 1 king-sized bed with soft duvet bedding and, if required, an extra canvas cot bed can be provided for children.

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The large tents are insect-proof and pleasantly furnished with thoughtful touches for your comfort.

Outside at night, hurricane lamps bathe the camp in a soft, warm light and Maasai warriors are on patrol and escort you to and from your tent.

The camp offers a pleasant variety of food that the chef prepares from his simple safari kitchen.

Attached to the large dining tent is a comfortable lounge area, which houses the bar and a small library where you can relax and read about the fascinating wildlife you have seen.

Every night the roaring campfire is lit by the mess tent, and you can relax under the expansive African night sky and let the sounds of the bush wash over you.


Leleshwa Safari Camp is situated on the north-eastern edge of the Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya, 10 km from the park gate.

A flight from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport takes 40 – 45 minutes. Masai Mara lies about 270 km from Nairobi.


Leleshwa Safari Camp has 6 spacious tents, with large verandah

En-suite bathrooms are fitted with a hot shower and flushing toilet.

General facilities:

Open dining


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