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Located in the heart of Kenya’s Masai Mara, an area dubbed as one of the best places to see the Migration – where over a million wildebeest pour into the Masai Mara’s lush grasslands between July and September – and Sala’s Camp is at the heart of the action.

The camp comprises of seven tents, including a huge honeymoon-come-family size tent that can accommodate an extra two children. All of the tents have showers, flushing loos and running water. The food at Sala's camp is delicious and homemade, and the sundowners are pretty good too. Soak up the wilderness and catch up on the day's sightings around the camp fire.

As well as the Great Migration practically passing the doorstep, the Masai Mara is home to the 'Big Five' and boasts an abundance of birdlife. Go on morning and afternoon game drives to see the spectacular animals.

Children of all ages are welcome at Sala's Camp, and the local Masai tribe love teaching them all about the Masai and its wildlife, their traditional lore and playing games such as find the toothbrush tree. Couples are just as welcome, and private bush dinners and champagne breakfasts can be arranged.

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Sala's Camp is located at the junction of two rivers, and the river crossings during the Great Migration (July-September) are nothing short of spectacular.

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