Kilima Camp is situated on the edge of the Siria escarpment (also called Oloololo escarpment) at 1,800 metres above sea level, overlooking the Mara River and the endless Masai Mara plains. The view from up there is superb and phenomenal, called “the Gods’ window”.
It is located on a private concession, along the western border of Mara Triangle Wilderness Area, where it is allowed to do night game drives and walking safari, activities not allowed in the National Reserve.
This exclusive position provides a natural degree of privacy. Entrance to Maasai Mara Game Reserve is only fifteen minutes away.
The chef has extensive experience and provides excellent international cuisine, supplemented by a selection of fine wines.
Lunch is served in the mess tent either “a la Carte”, for groups smaller than ten people, or rich buffet for larger groups.
Dinner is served under canvas in the dining area of the main safari tent or under the stars, weather permitting.
Soup of the day is served at the table, then African specialties buffet: spit roasted goat or lamb, the traditional Maasai meal, usually cooked for special events, cooked in the wood fire in front of guests. The meal is served with a selection of vegetables and sides, including Ougali, made of Manioc and African bread, the renowned Chapati, similar to the Indian bread.