Siana Springs Intrepids camp in Masai Mara Game Park

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Visit Siana Springs Intrepids camp for the coolest safari and vacation facilities in Masai Mara national park in Kenya.

Taking its name from the largest natural springs in the area, Siana Springs Intrepids is on the eastern edge of the Maasai Mara National Reserve at the base of the Ngama Hills.

Siana Springs Intrepids is a four-hour drive or a 30 to 40-minute flight from Nairobi.

This luxurious camp offers 38 spacious tents arranged in three secluded wings: the Bamboo Wing, the Palm Wing and the Acacia Wing.

All tents have large single or double beds, personal closets and writing desks, en-suite bathrooms and showers.The open air dining terrace looks over lush lawns to the open plains.

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Other facilities include a free-form swimming pool and a private conference tent.

Activities include game drives with personal guides; escorted walking safaris and night game drives; bush breakfasts and/or bush dinners banquets in the main Mara reserve; and sundowners on the Ngama Hills.

Guests can arrange a dawn safari by hot air balloon or a fishing trip to Lake Victoria

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