What we love about Rekero Camp
Prime game viewing location - Sit in the comfort of your private riverside tent or on one of the communal decks and watch the thunderous Great Migration without leaving the camp.
Expert team - The team on hand at Rekero camp are experts in their field with years in the field, ensuring you get the best experience exploring the wildlife.
Immersed in the wild - You'll be surrounded on all sides by wildlife. Over lunch or in your tent, listen out for the hippos grunting in the river below, or herds gathering on the banks beside the camp.
Rooms and Amenities
Rekero Camp consists of nine safari tents, classic and spacious in their design, overlooking the waters of the Talker River.
Each tent is fitted with its own en-suite bathroom equipped with a flushing toilet and hot water shower.
Relax on your daybed on your own private veranda for a siesta or to watch the zebras as they navigate across the riverbank.
Also available to you is a complimentary laundry service.
The camp is suitable for disabled guests or guest with low mobility.
Activities at Rekero Camp
- Game Drives - Viewing wildlife is the main event at Rekero. Spot everything from predators to birds, accompanied by an expert guide.
- Cultural and Community Visits - Learn about the Maasai way of life first-hand in a respectful manner at one of the local villages.
- Hot Air Balloon Rides - Experience the breathtaking views of the Mara from above. Start your day with this activity and watch the sun rise over the horizon.
- Big Cat Conservation - Famed for its big cats, it can be arranged for an expert researcher from Kenya Wildlife Trust to come chat with you about their work.
When to Visit
The Great Migration passes through from July to October. But January to April is a good time to visit as well as there are less crowds and nigger changes of seeing big cats.
July and August are the busiest months, if you want fewer tourists on your safari, we recommend avoiding this period.
The long rains begin in March, with occasional showers in January and February. This is also the hottest time, peaking at 28°C.
Ready to plan your African adventure?
We'll spend some time listening to your aspirations, then discuss the kind of experience that might suit you.
Next we'll discuss the options, shortlist the best trips for you and present you our impartial recommendations.
We'll place a 24 hour hold on your preferred option - without obligation - whilst we talk through the details.