SafariNow.comR200 OFF Welcome to SafariNow! Get R200 off your booking by paying with the voucher code MATTHEW107030 before 3 October 2016 Terms of use

Terms & conditions apply.

About Matira Bush Camp

The Masai Mara is one of Eastern Africa’s most fascinating nature reserves featuring a huge and varied animal kingdom. In the heart of it all and at the junction of the Mara River and the Talek River, you will find the Matira Bush Camp.

Matira Bush Camp is mobile camp site that consists of seven tents which are furnished with either a double or two twin beds. Hot water showers and eco toilets are provided and on request, more tents can be built for bigger groups. Charging facilities for batteries are available and the camp site is protected with 24-hour Masai security guards.

At night guests can relax next to the fire and enjoy the view of the starry skies and the night sounds. Accommodation is on a full board basis with breakfast, lunch and dinner included - international cuisine with a regional touch. Meals are freshly prepared and served in the dining tent or under shady trees and an open sky.

Early morning walking safaris are available and the experienced Masai guides will take you to spots from where you can admire wild animals at close range. Guests can enjoy a lovely bush picnic or take a visit to a Masai village and see and experience the traditional culture.

Experience the feeling of camping in the bush with grazing zebras, antelopes, crocodiles and hippos just outside your camp site.

  • Enquiry Response Time: 72 hours
  • Minimum stay: 1 Days
  • Type: Tented Camp
  • Sleeps: 94
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM

Languages Spoken

  • English

Matira Bush Camp Rooms

Matira Bush Camp Map

Matira Bush Camp is 25.8km from the centre of Keekorok , the nearest airport 12.6km (Ol Kiombo Airstrip).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

Things to do in and around Keekorok

Masai Mara National Park

(1.1 km from Keekorok)

1 review

Masai Mara National is world famous for the annual migration of wildebeest from Serengeti to Masai Mara. The big five can also be seen in the Park. The local Masai Community offer an interesting cultural experience.

Serengeti National Park

(94.2 km from Keekorok)

1 review

The name Serengeti (or more specifically Serengit) is derived from the Maasai language meaning "Endless Plains”, and this is the only way to describe the area. Yes, while there are riverine areas, acacia bush and kopjies, it is the vast grassy...

Enchoro Wildlife Camp

(14.5 km from Keekorok)

Have a Special Occasion and wondering where to go? Come Celebrate in style and enjoy the excitement of your special day at enchoro wildlife camp in Masai Mara. Enchoro offers you and your party a perfect venue to help host your celebrations whether...