Captures the true spirit of East Africa in the Maasai Mara.
Oldarpoi Mara Camp is well positioned to enjoy this unique phenomenon. The rolling plains around the Camp are teeming with wildebeest, gazelles and zebras during the migration months, and the Camp is situated right in the center of their migration path.
A wildlife safari puts you right in the middle of all this action. Get a first-hand account of this epic phenomenon and live to tell the tale. A safari also helps you acquaint yourself with the landscapes.
We stayed at Oldarpoi during our Safari with Real Masai Safari Tours and it was like a home away from home. Owned and run by the Masai it is socially conscious choice and was comfortable, fun and really pleasant to stay at. The location in...More
I really enjoyed my time at Oldarpoi. In the first place, the landscape is amazing. Once you get to the camp, you’re basically welcomed as one of their own. They are all very very friendly and kind. The rooms are beautiful and as it was...More
The idea of a locally owned business employing the local Maasai people and returning some of its profits back into the community is great idea, if only there was more of this in Kenya! What's even better though is that it's not necessary to make...More
Amazing game drives in Masai Mara and good quality of the guides. We loved the walking safari with very close up meetings with giraffes!!! and the camping night in the conservancy is a most! Good value and staff are so friendly. Do not miss to...More
Having stayed at several safari lodges across Kenya, Oldarpoi is by far my favorite. It feels more like staying with distant relatives than staying at a public resort. The staff have a brilliantly accommodating community spirit. They strike the perfect balance between friendly, attentive and...More
Oldapoi Mara Camp offers front seats to nature’s most breathtaking show – the wildebeest migration. The endless plains of East Africa are the setting for the world’s greatest wildlife spectacle where, from the vast Serengeti plains to the champagne coloured hills of Kenya’s Maasai Mara, over 1.4 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebra and gazelle, relentlessly tracked by Africa’s great predators, migrate in a clockwise fashion over 1,800 miles each year in search of rain ripened grass.