Kenya Hotels


Keekorok Lodge

At a Glance


  • seeing animals outside your room
  • beds are comfortable


  • food is buffet style
  • Internet access is expensive

Keekorok Lodge Review

This unpretentious lodge has rather basic accommodations, but it was the first lodge built in the Masai Mara. Though it's a bit gray at the temples, its superb location—directly in the path of the wildebeest migration—means you won't have to leave camp to see animals galore. You'll stay in a stone chalet or A-frame wood-and-stone bungalow, both simply furnished with comfortable beds, mosquito nets, and an en-suite old-fashioned white-tiled bathroom with bath and overhead shower. Outside there's a small stone veranda with a rustic table and camping chairs. There's a 300-meter (984 feet) raised wooden walkway that leads to a viewing deck with great views of the plains and a hippo pool. The camp is unfenced, so you'll often see elephants and buffalos round its perimeter. Activities include lectures on the Masai culture, wildlife video viewings, hot-air-balloon rides, or tanning by the small pool.

    Hotel Details

  • 87 rooms, 10 chalets, 2 suites.
  • Rate includes all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 10-19-2012

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