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Situated right on the Northern Edge of the Masai Mara reserve, this eight-tented bush camp is situated in one of the prime wildlife areas.

Originally Mara Bush Camp, Elephant Pepper Camp has been completely refurbished and redesigned to become an eco-friendly bush camp, committed to minimising impact on the surrounding environment and animals, and with revenue from the camp filtering back into the local community. As a result, Elephant Pepper Camp is constructed each season and then taken down, leaving no trace behind. The camp sits beneath the shady branches of a natural forest overlooking the Mara plains. There are 8 large light canvas tents with en suite dressing rooms, showers and flush toilets. The main dining and bar mess tent serve communal meals and there is a help-yourself bar.

The emphasis is on a traditional bush safari camp experience, complete with starlit nights, campfire tales and hurricane lamps. The Mara is the staging ground for the annual wildebeest migration, but this is by no means the only lure and other activities on offer include day & night game drives, guided bush walks, bush breakfasts, sundowners and cultural visits.

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The Camp is named after the Warburgia Ugandensis trees - more commonly known as the Elephant Pepper trees - that surround the camp.

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