Mara Bush Houses
Exclusive-use private houses are few and far between in the Masai Mara, and these gems by Asilia are some of the very best.
The Mara Bush Houses are airy, well-designed and with everything a travelling family on safari could need. Acacia and Mara House are close together, sharing grounds, and a swimming pool. They are to be found in the Mara North conservancy, and can be used on their own, or, together, they are perfect for more than one family travelling together.
The great migration is also accessible from Mara and Acacia House, on a full day game drive, in a southerly direction.
As well as game drives, walking safaris and night drives can be done from Mara and Acacia Houses (as they are in a private conservancy rather than the reserve itself).
You can look forward to breakfasts in the bush, leisurely dips in the pool after game drives (toddlers will appreciate the little pool just for them!) slow chats around the campfire at night, and also making the most of the large living area in the house, complete with roaring log fire at night, games, and leather-bound reference books.
Prepare to reconnect as a family, spend time discovering the many facets of the Masai Mara and fall asleep in your own cosy home at night.
Coral Tree luxury rating
Number of rooms
Acacia House - 3 rooms, Mara House - 3 rooms
All ages welcome
Why we love it
“Excellent homely facilities in an East Africa style, in the heart of Masai Mara wildlife-rich areas. You have absolute freedom to set your own pace.”
Tess, Coral Tree founder
Key Highlights & Amenities
- Swimming pool
- Bush breakfasts, lunches and picnics available
- Night drives and walking safaris
- Flexible timings for everything - safari on your family’s terms
- Private chef, guide and house manager
- Visit a local community, and school
- Mara Elephant Project, Mara Predator Conservation Project and Ol Chorro Rhino Project can all be visited from the Mara Bush Houses