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it was a great and most memorable experience..amazing courtesy, service ensured by each and everyone. Highlight was lunch in the jungle and also sun downer...highly recommended. Special thanks to our guide and driver for making the trip more memorable
This place is absolutely unreal!! We have never said the words "amazing" and "wow" so many times in 4 days! We spent our honeymoon here in October and it was literally the best time ever. We have done lots of travelling but this was our...More
The common areas were lovely and the views were great. I especially liked the spa area and the pool area (the pin lights in the pool bottom were a creative and beautiful touch). They might consider offering bottled water throughout the spa.
The staff were...More
Mara Bushtops is looking lovely as ever and I really looked forward to revisiting this camp since my last stay was in 2010. The new Spa is absolutely gorgeous and the spa treatments offered are wonderful! The spa is beautifully designed and the spa pool...More
We had a perfect stay at this lodge, with a gorgeous team who are more than happy to serve anything at anytime. The tents are really luxurious and even the Wifi is superb, even though you’re in the middle of the bush! Really hard to...More
The camp sits in its own private conservancy which has impressive wildlife numbers. Pride of 14 resident Lion called the Bushtops pride, group of over 50 Resident Giraffe. A resident Leopard. If you go on the Bushtops... More
The camp sits in its own private conservancy which has impressive wildlife numbers. Pride of 14 resident Lion called the Bushtops pride, group of over 50 Resident Giraffe. A resident Leopard. If you go on the Bushtops website you’ll see info on there natural salt Lick they have in front of the restaurant. Attracts a lot of wildlife daily. The reserve is just under 30 minutes drive away. The conservancy is also home to a historical Maasai cave which is exclusive to Bushtops guests. There info on the cave excursion on the website too. It’s called the “Kakiya cave”