Rekero Cottages are located in the Masai Mara in Kenya, known for the great wildebeest migration.
All the cottages overlook a waterhole where animals frequently come to drink, splash and bathe.
The cottages cater for a maximum of ten guests.
Rekero Camp is a secluded haven of peace and tranquillity, providing a friendly welcome and an impressively personal service.
Gerard and Rainee Beaton and Jackson Ole Looseyia, a Maasai from the local area and their safari crew cater for your needs.
The standard of guiding is exceptional, as the professional Maasai safari guides seek isolated spots for game drives and ensure that guests experience wildlife without another soul to be seen.
The camp’s wild riverside setting is at the heart of the Masai Mara National Reserve.
Being so close to both the Mara and Talek rivers, the camp provides guests with an ideal opportunity to view the annual migration crossings from the comfort of their armchair.
Each of the seven tents has an uninterrupted view of the Talek riverbank, ensuite bathrooms with bucket showers and flush toilets and has small and tasteful finishing touches such as flowers, glass bottles for water and magazines.
Dining is generally open air and in dinner party style with guests exchanging experiences and sights over a glass of wine.
The chefs produce appetising 'farmhouse' meals while special dietary requirements can be catered for.
The camp is unfenced meaning that during the night elephants, hippos and even leopards are known to wander amongst the ten
Rekero Tented Lodge/Camp is located inside the Masai Mara Game Reserve at an altitude of 4,800 feet, very close to the confluence of the Mara and Talek rivers, the camp nestles in a forest on the banks of the Talek river.
Rekero Rekero Cottages has 7 spacious double / twin tents, (all can be used as triple tents) and one family tent5 spacious double / twin tents, 2 triple tent.