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Little Governors' CampLittle Governors' Camp

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Little Governors’ Camp is a luxury safari camp located on the edge of the Masai Mara National Reserve. The camp is intimate in character, with just 17 luxury en-suite tents tucked around a large watering hole that teems with both birds and wildlife. The camp is approached by a boat ride across the Mara River, then an escorted walk through the riverine forest. Vehicles are left on the far river bank, and the camp is therefore quiet and undisturbed. The guest tents at Little Governors’  have wooden decks with large verandahs for guests to enjoy the constant game activity that takes place around the natural watering hole at the camp. All Governors’ properties are unfenced, and at Little Governors’ there is a resident family of warthogs that wander freely through the camp. Guests may need to make way for elephants which sometimes visit the camp at lunch time. Little Governors Camp has been awarded a Silver Eco-Rating from Eco Tourism Kenya due to our sustainable practices in place in camp. Activities on offer from the camp include game drives in our custom built 4 wheel-drive vehicles, great for wildlife photography and Hot Air Balloon Safaris (extra charge), visits to the nearby Masai community manyatta and visits to the community and conservation projects we support. 

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September Game Report Masai Mara

September was a lovely month in the Mara, the days were warm and there was plenty of great wildlife viewing. The wildebeest continued to cross the Mara River in big numbers. Lion, leopard and cheetah sightings have been good with a pair of cheetah sisters seen very often close to Governors Private Camp. Elephant families have moved into the grasslands to feed and we have had great birding especially of the raptors.

Guest Comments

March 2012 by Peter from UK

Little Governors surpassed our expectations, delightful setting, very friendly, cheerful and efficient staff, not to mention the resident elephants who visited regularly day and night!