Staying At Fig Tree Mara Camp

Fig Tree Camp is about 240km from Nairobi that’s about a 5-hour road trip. If you are coming by plane its about 40 minutes from Keekorok airstrip and 30 minutes from Ol Kiombo airstrip.

Fig Tree Mara Camp is situated on the banks of Talek River in the Masaai Mara National Reserve. The camp offers 48 Ngamboli tents for its guests including another 32 stylish tents within the camp. Each of these tents comes with a modern bathroom and views of Talek River.

There are also beautiful garden chalets each with a private balcony.


The meals here are served on full board and they are served in the main dining area. There are also options of having a moonlit champagne bush dinner. The camp also has two bars that are ideal for hanging out just before dinner while having cocktails.

Hot Air Balloon Services

Mada Hotels also offers hot air balloon services. You have the opportunity to enjoy the sights and sounds of Mara from up in the air. On landing you are welcomed to a bush breakfast.

Game Walks

For a more chilled and relaxed getaway you can opt to do some relaxing game walks that are led by local morans and while at it have the opportunity to learn more about their culture.

Game Drives

You can go for game drives either in the morning or in the evening accompanied by a professional guide who is able to spot where wildlife is

Swimming Pool

Another activity you cannot afford to miss while at Fig Tree Camp is relaxing by the pool. Such an amazing experience in the bush

Things To Watch Out For

While at the restaurant take precaution to Baboons that snatch food away from visitors. If not monitored well these primates can easily come to your table and grab your food. Also, be sure to check that you have closed your tent well as some also creep up and enter your room to cause a distraction while you are away.

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  • Akilitravel

    We are those people behind the scenes who are keen to help you, we are an African-based company that wants to change the perception of African hotels.

    • Sharon Lumbasi

      Great! We are like-minded 🙂 I would also like to change the perception of African Hotels too

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