Over the past few weeks I have shared photos of the many animals I was able to photograph while on safari in Kenya.This week I’d like to share pictures of the camps where I stayed. From the employees and restaurants to the gorgeous “tents” and serene settings, my time in Kenya was like a dream come true!
Members of a Maasai village welcome our group to Santuary Olonana.
My tent at Sanctuary Olonana on the edge of Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Guests are invited to plant a tree in exchange for making a donation to a local Maasai school.
My tent at Mara Plains; Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Balloon safaris can be arranged by Mara Plains.
My tent at Mara Toto — a sister camp to Mara Plains.
Lunch in the bush.
The Mara Toto employees, all Maasai warriors, perform a farewell dance as we leave Mara Toto.
Duncan stands by his safari truck as we board an airplane that will take us to Amboseli National Park.
My tent at Tortilis Camp in Amboseli National Park.
Breakfast in the bush provided by Tortilis Camp.
Nairobi Tented Camp
Our last day on safari we are greeted at Nairobi Tented Camp in Nairobi National Park.Tags: Africa, glamping, Kenya, Mara Plains, Mara Toto, Nairobi Tented Camp, Sanctuary Olonana, Tortilis Camp