New Mara Toto Tree Camp to Open in Maasai Mara

Mara Toto Tree Camp

A BRAND NEW MARA TOTO TREE CAMP WILL OPEN IN KENYA’S MAASAI MARA ON JULY 1, 2024. IT WILL OFFER A LUXURIOUS EXPERIENCE FOR JUST EIGHT GUESTS.


A new Mara Toto Tree Camp by Great Plains Conservation is set to open on July 1, 2024. Nestled in the forest canopy of ebony trees, it is one of the hidden gems in Kenya’s Maasai Mara.

The camp will offer privacy and tranquility, accommodating just eight guests at a time. This makes it perfect for families or groups of friends seeking an exclusive experience.

Constructed from canvas and wood, the camp will sit on elevated decks. It will feature spacious living areas and a style inspired by exploration, with lightweight canvas and campaign-style appointments.

Luxurious Amenities

Guests will enjoy baths, showers, desks, and lounges, making it easy to settle in for a comfortable stay. The camp will offer a unique blend of luxury and adventure, providing a serene retreat in the heart of the wilderness.

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Ideal for Families and Friends

The intimate setting of the Mara Toto Tree Camp will create a perfect environment for bonding and relaxation. Great Plains Conservation designed the camp to provide a peaceful haven. Elevated decks will offer stunning views of the surrounding forest and wildlife, enhancing the feeling of being immersed in nature.

About Great Plains Conservation

Great Plains Conservation is a prominent conservation organization dedicated to the preservation of Africa’s wildlife and wilderness. Co-founded by renowned conservationists Dereck and Beverly Joubert, the organization focuses on protecting critical habitats through innovative conservation initiatives and sustainable tourism. By acquiring and managing large tracts of land in key regions, such as Botswana and Kenya, Great Plains Conservation strives to restore ecosystems, protect endangered species, and support local communities. Their eco-friendly camps and lodges not only offer unique safari experiences but also generate revenue that is reinvested into conservation efforts, ensuring the long-term protection of Africa’s natural heritage.

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