About the Camp

Sekenani Maasai Development Project Camp

Semadep Safari Camp offers safaris to the Masai Mara National Reserve to see the big 5 and the migration. The Masai Mara National Reserve is about 1510 km² big located in the South West of Kenya. There are two rivers in the Masai Mara, the Talek river and the Mara river where you can see the animals crossing during the migration. It’s a big highlight of the Masai Mara and an experience, never to forget! The best time to visit the park to see the migration is between the end of June and October. We offer wildebeest migration safaris, birding safaris, photography safaris, group safaris, single and couple safaris for family & friends. All our safaris can be tailor made according to your preference!

Book the Camp At $80 Per Person Per Night.

25% of the proceeds goes to support SEMADEP community development projects.

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An Experience Like No Other

At Semadep Maasai Camp, anticipate an extraordinary safari experience that transcends the ordinary. Nestled in the heart of Sekenani, Masai Mara, the camp offers more than just comfortable accommodations and exciting game drives. It's a chance to immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of Maasai culture. From the warm and authentic hospitality of the Maasai staff to the meticulously curated activities, visitors will find themselves seamlessly woven into the Maasai way of life. Expect not only to witness the majestic wildlife that graces the Mara but also to engage with the indigenous traditions, art, and storytelling that make the Maasai people unique. Whether sitting around a bonfire exchanging stories with Maasai elders, joining a traditional dance, or embarking on a guided nature walk, every moment at Semadep Maasai Camp promises to be a cultural immersion, leaving guests with not just memories of an incredible safari but a profound connection to the spirit of the Maasai people.

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Meet the Founder

James Ole Lesaloi is a community Organizer in Maasai Mara area and has helped pioneer a lot of Community base Organizations ( CBOs) Local Non Governmental Organizations. James is also the founder of Semadep NGO, Semadep Safari Camp, and Ewangan Maasail Village Homestay.

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