Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp – All Inclusive
|P.O. Box 741,Narok
Tel: +254 788 262 666
GPS: -1° 09′ 18.79″, +35° 05′ 18.31″
Nestled in the heart of the North Conservation Masai Mara Reserve. Immersed in the original bush among indigenous plantations and trees, the 20 luxury tents are directly overlooking the Mara River, which winds itself around the camp with gently flowing waters surrounded with wild life and teeming with large groups of Hippos.
Early morning and afternoon game drive in the North Conservation Masai Mara Reserve included in the price.
Soothe your body and mind with a relaxing and invigorating massage at the Mvua African Rain Spa or enjoy an al fresco lunch or an evening BBQs around the pool complemented by activities of Masai dancing and talks on the Masai culture.
20 luxury tents
The Masai Mara is one of the world’s largest ecosystems home to a splendid variety of trees, plants, birds, reptiles, mammals and of course the big cats.
Tempted by greener pastures, the wildebeest arrive at the Mara River around July and cross over into the Masai Mara plains. Their spectacular northward migration is dictated by weather patterns, but typically the wildebeest remain in the Masai Mara until about October, when they return to Tanzania. The Masai Mara National Reserve and Mara North Conservancy are located west of the Rift Valley and are a natural extension of the Serengeti and a key dispersal area for wildlife.
Approximately 1.3 million wildebeests as well as hundreds of thousands of other animals, including zebra and gazelle coming from the south make the journey. They are met on the Masai Mara plains by another migratory contingent, the resident wildebeest herds of the Mara region. These animals reside in the northeast of the Mara, the Loita Plains and Hills, and are also drawn by the lush grasslands. By October, the rains are heading back south to the Serengeti, and the migration reverses, continuing the cycle of life.
Less famous, yet very impressive, is the Loita Hills migration, where thousands of local wildebeest drift in from the east in May and often stay in the Mara North Conservancy throughout the year, heading back to the Loita Hills only when it rains again in March. This makes the Mara North Conservancy an all year destination and not just a seasonal environment.
The Mara North Conservancy is an all year destination and not just a seasonal environment. Each season offers unique highlights.
January – March
Main focus is on the big cats and their cubs that are generally born at the end of the year, and the local Loita Hills wildebeest migration
April – June
Emerald season, quiet, an ornithological dream!
July – September
Wildebeest migration and river crossing season
October – December
Most animals are giving birth
Take advantage of our daily game drives within the Masai Mara National Reserve for a unique safari experience. Neptune Mara Rianta luxury camp offers 2 kinds of game drives, an early morning drive and a late afternoon drive. All day game drives are also available, these include a picnic lunch during your tour. Night game drives are available upon request.
Early Morning Game Drives:
After being woken up by the delicious smell of freshly ground coffee, a delicious cup of tea or a succulent cup of hot chocolate, our safari experts will guide you through the wonders of the African bush and the beauties of the Reserve’s wildlife just as the colors of the sunrise enlighten the day. You will be driven in our 4×4 vehicles by our highly qualified drivers through the Masai grassland. You will then return to camp to enjoy a perfectly set breakfast.
Afternoon Game Drives:
Your adventure of the afternoon game drive usually takes place late afternoon, driven in our 4X4 vehicles and guided by our qualified tour guides, you will experience your magical safari till the sun sets.
Guided Nature Walks
A thrilling adventure that will take you in the heart of the Kenyan bush to discover Masai Mara’s wildlife from up-close. Your ranger will show you how to track animals and will brief you on how to approach the animals always keeping a safe distance.
Bird Watching remains one of the most sought after activities at Masai Mara.
The Park is inhabited by over 470 species of birds from vultures to marabou storks, ostriches, African pygmy falcons and the lilac breasted roller amongst many others. Not one day will pass without seeing one of these beautiful animals.
Hot air balloon
Another thrilling experience to not miss during your stay at Neptune Mara Rianta Camp is the hot air balloon safari. There is no better way to admire the beauty of nature from above. You will have time to take your perfect picture and portrait the exceptional views as you float above Masai Mara’s breathtaking and unique scenery.
Maasai cultural visit
Masai Mara is home to the Maasai ethnic group, known for their distinctive dress and vibrant culture, you will have the chance to embrace a culture who has kept its traditions for the past centuries. They will warmly welcome you in their village and tell you all about their everyday life as well as how they live and hunt on the Masai grounds.