Governors Camp setting is magical. So much so that
almost a century ago it was reserved, exclusively, for
Kenya's colonial governors and their royal visitors to
Masai Mara National Reserve. Now, Governors Camp nestles
in the forest along the winding banks of the Mara River,
it's waters teeming with hippos and crocodiles.
Governors Camp is a site popular with both wildlife (who
come to the river to drink) and its visitors. As in the
past, the camp emphasizes enjoying the wild splendors of
Africa in the highest possible style
Governors' Camp comprises of 37 safari tents, each
offering a private veranda and en-suite facilities. Some
of the tents have views over the magnificent Mara River
while others look over the sweeping Masai Mara plains.
There are 24 twin rooms, 12 double rooms and 1 suite. At
the centre of the camp there is a dining tent, campfire
and bar. Next to the reception is a small gallery with
local paintings and handcrafts.