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We stayed at the Mara Sopa Lodge in late November and I cannot say enough about our wonderful experience here. The rooms were nice, clean, and had comfortable beds. Our room had a safe and a nice porch overlooking the National Park. We were so...More
We stayed here for 3 nights and 4 days when we were on a safari in Kenya. The quality of the rooms were top-notch. The food was great, with plenty of vegetarian options per meal. The staff in the bar area and the restaurant were...More
We only spent two nights at Mara Sopa and we wish we had more time. Obviously most of our time was spent in the park but this was a great location to hang our boots at the end of each day. Here's my breakdown:
Located on a hill close to the village and gate of Olamutiek with the only "but" of having a orse access road coming from Nairobi or naivasha. In all, the view and tranquility of the place pays well for the bumpy road.
The common areas...More
We stayed here for two nights in September. The property is very nice with a lovely pool. There are two rooms to a hut so the property is spread out a bit. The rooms are nice, but basic. They can get a little dark at...More
We were asked by our tour company to pay the national parks entrance fees in cash separately because it was not part of the tour fee. We went to 4 national parks in 12 days and it worked out to be about US$700. But our guide... More
We were asked by our tour company to pay the national parks entrance fees in cash separately because it was not part of the tour fee. We went to 4 national parks in 12 days and it worked out to be about US$700. But our guide converted our USD and paid using mobile payment so he helped us save some money. For 12 days, I tipped our guide $150. I read that it should be about US$10 per day but you can adjust of course if you're really happy with your guide like we were with ours. It's also better to exchange USD to Kenyan schillings because the things cost more like drinks if you pay in USD.