7 nights

Northern Kenya – Maasai Mara
FROM USD $53,244 – based on a family of 2 adults and 3 children (6-17 years old)

Stay Itinerary

3 nights – Reteti House
4 nights – House in the Wild

Domestic Scheduled Flights

Wilson Airport (08h00) to Namunyak Airstrip (09h30)
Wilson Airport (08h00) to Namunyak Airstrip (09h30)
Namunyak Airstrip (09h05) to Ngerende Airstrip (11h00)
Namunyak Airstrip (09h05) to Ngerende Airstrip (11h00)
Ngerende Airstrip (11h00) to Wilson Airport (12h00)
Ngerende Airstrip (11h00) to Wilson Airport (12h00)

What’s Included

Seven nights of luxury accommodation
All safari and adventure activities
Internal flights, private transfers and conservation fees

Safari Highlights

  • Experience Samburu’s Warrior Games
  • Visit the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary
  • Explore the home of the endangered Grevy’s zebra and patas monkeys
  • Exclusive visits to Reteti Elephant Sanctuary
  • Unrestricted day- and night-time game drives exploring the 850,000 acres of pristine wildlife habitat accompanied by a local Samburu safari guide
  • Guided safari walks and hikes with packed breakfasts
  • Sundowners and bush dinner under the stars
  • Visit to Elephant Rock, a mere 10 minute drive away
  • Experience the Singing Wells and honour an ancient, Samburu tradition
  • Visit our Nomadic Montessori Schools and Nomadic Healthcare Programs
  • Fly camping in a lugga
  • Overnight heli-camping on Mount Orka
  • Game drives in the Maasai Mara National Reserve
  • Bush walks
  • Fishing in the Mara River
  • Local school visits
  • Visit the neighbouring farm that grows essential oils for DoTERRA and learn about its local-community work
  • Visit the Mara Training Centre and learn about more inspiring conservation work
  • Visit an indigenous tree nursery and plant trees

Travel with purpose. Low-volume, high-impact.

Safaris that directly contribute to CONSERVATION, COMMUNITY, CULTURE and COMMERCE. Working to help the travel industry take responsibility, and to help to protect wildlife and wild spaces that we all want to enjoy.

Reteti House, Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy

An expansive, exclusive-use African ecolodge. Designed to be a platform for conservation, Reteti House is an exclusive offering available to families and groups searching for Africa as seen from an insider’s perspective.

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Uniquely crafted for exclusive use, Reteti House is set in Northern Kenya’s remote Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy, which spans 850,000 acres of wilderness. A 10-minute walk from Reteti Elephant Sanctuary, Reteti House is Northern Kenya’s most coveted location, providing guests with a front-row seat to the extraordinary conservation work of Reteti.

Sustainably constructed with natural materials from the area, the house echoes the landscape’s neutral tones to create a cool and relaxing atmosphere inside. The house features a spectacular central lounge and infinity pool overlooking the elephant waterhole.

Framed by dramatic cliffs that play host to Egyptian vultures, klipspringers and resident leopards, Reteti House offers the perfect platform to experience abundant wildlife and birdlife. Namunyak Conservancy is also home to the second largest population of elephants in Kenya, over 450 reticulated giraffes, the critically endangered Grévy Zebra and a host of other species, including the fabled Gerenuk!

House in the Wild, Maasai Mara

House in the Wild is a family-owned boutique lodge on the Mara River’s banks. It’s tucked away in Naretoi, a private, 1,000-acre estate within the Enonkishu Conservancy on the Maasai Mara National Reserve’s edge. Every cottage is spacious, blending contemporary design with traditional African flair; and each features a private veranda with game-filled river views.

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Once an intensive farm, Naretoi is the first project of its kind where land fringing the Mara has reverted back from agriculture to wilderness. This pioneering ‘rewilding’ scheme has seen rangelands around House in the Wild return to their natural state, with wildlife subsequently coming back after more than a decade of intensive farming.

Using grazing animals as the drivers of habitat creation, and with the restoration of dynamic, natural water courses, the project has seen extraordinary increases in wildlife.

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