New tents in the Mara

16 June 2016

KENYA, MAASAI MARA: The migration is arriving into Kenya as we speak! And just in time to see all things new at SALA'S CAMP. There is a whole NEW Keekorok River side of the camp, across a small bridge, leading to 2 new tents with private plunge pools.
For ease of reference, the original side of camp is now called Forest side.
Please note all rates in red below are 2017 RACK RATES.
 
Click below to see the new layout of Sala's Camp:
New Camp Layout
 
WHAT'S NEW:
  • FAMILY TENTS — Keekorok Family Tent with private plunge pool from US$ 3600 (unit rate) and Forest Family Tent from US$ 800 pps. Each has 2 en-suite bedrooms with shared lounge, accommodating 2 adults and 2 children. All tents can accommodate 1 extra bed for a child up to 11 years.
  • HONEYMOON TENTS — Keekorok River side and Forest side. Both with private plunge pools. From US$ 1000 pps.
  • LUXURY TENTS — all 3 on the Forest side, 1 with private plunge pool from US$ 1000 pps and 2 without from US$ 650 pps.
  • 2016 RATES — published rates honoured for all new tents! CHECK AVAILABILITY.
  • 2017 SEASONS — simplified to High Season (16 DEC - 05 JAN and 15 JUN - 31 OCT) and Savings Season (06 JAN - 14 JUN and 01 NOV - 15 DEC).
  • SPECIAL OFFERS — New for 2017: 4-NIGHT OFFER and COMBINATION STAYS to receive discounts of up to 40%!
DOWNLOADS:
Download Map Download 2016 Rates Download 2017 Rates New Images
 
Happy selling!
Suzanne

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