Mara West Camp borders the remote and wild western edge of Masai Mara National Reserve. Guests enter the park through the Oloololo Gate and safari throughout the Transmara side of the park .Mara West Camp has eight secluded chalets, perched on the edge of the Oloololo Escarpment, overlooking the vast plains of the Transmara Triangle below, and eight traditional safari tents overlooking the escarpment’s bordering valley.
The secluded chalets are a unique combination of canvas and solid building materials. The bathroom is made of brick while the bedroom area consists of canvas panels with zippered windows and roll up panels. The floors are solid hardwood and the tent is entered through a pair of French doors, with glass window panes. The traditional safari tents are built of canvas with zippered door and windows with roll up panels. The bathrooms are also made of brick.
In both the secluded chalets and the safari tents, full bathroom facilities are en-suite with flush toilets and large spacious showers, complete with good water pressure and plenty of hot water twice a day, mornings and evenings.