Little Governors' Camp has been built around a small watering hole, visited by birds and a great variety of African game. It's the ideal Great Migration safari camp in the Masai Mara.
In 1976, Little Governors' Camp, with its own independent character, was built around a small watering hole that teems with birds and wildlife. This Masai Mara safari lodge is reached by boat and the exquisite, romantic setting has a serenity all of its own for a Great Migration safari.
Little Governors' casts its spell over all who visit, from honeymoon couples to those looking for a magical Kenya game viewing experience. Intimate in character, there are just seventeen tents tucked away amongst the trees.
From every verandah the view changes constantly as Giraffe, Elephant, Buffalo, Hippo and Warthog all come to drink or graze. Getting to this Masai Mara safari camp in Kenya is an adventure in itself. You first have to cross the Mara River by boat, then embark on a short walk through the forest escorted by armed guards. Masai Mara safari experiences at Little Governors Camp include hot air balloon safaris over the Mara River and wildlife-filled plains, game drives, walking safaris and Masai cultural tours.