Zebra Plains Mara Camp
Zebra Plains Collection

Zebra Plains Mara Camp



Panoramic wildlife views
Authentic safari experiences
Luxurious accommodation

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About the Property

Zebra Plains Mara Camp, nestled beneath Oldonyo Oloip Ridge in the heart of the Maasai Mara, offers an intimate safari experience with panoramic views of the plains frequented by a diverse range of wildlife. This pioneer camp, known for its proximity to the Moniko Pride of lions and a bustling waterhole, provides guests with luxurious accommodations and unparalleled access to wildlife sightings. With spacious guest relaxing areas, indoor and outdoor lounges, and exceptional sunset viewing opportunities, the camp is a haven for those seeking to immerse themselves in the magic of the Maasai Mara.


Lounge & BarLounge & Bar
Tea & CoffeeTea & Coffee
Private Decked VerandasPrivate Decked Verandas
Laundry ServiceLaundry Service

Food & Drink

Dining at Zebra Plains Mara Camp is a culinary adventure, with all meals served in three indoor dining lounges, under umbrella shades, or beneath the stars on clear nights. The camp prides itself on offering a variety of dining experiences, complemented by a fully stocked bar lounge. Guests can enjoy the best of international and local cuisines, prepared with fresh ingredients, in the most scenic settings, making each meal a memorable part of their safari experience.

Getting There



The camp features two categories of rooms: Savannah facing rooms and Hillside facing rooms, each equipped with ensuite bathrooms, twin basins, hot and cold running showers, and private verandas. The family tents, offering additional privacy and convenience, are interconnected by a lounge. All rooms are furnished with study desks and safari director chairs, ensuring comfort and luxury amidst the wilderness. Refillable shower gels, hair shampoos, and body lotions are provided to all guests.

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