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Hammerkop Migration Camp is located within the Maasai Mara Game Reserve, on Paradise Plains on the bank of the Mara River. The camp is overlooking a Hippo Pool.

The Camp

Hammerkop Migration is a semi-permanent traditional tented safari camp with a total of just 7 tents, making it a very private atmosphere with personalised service. The large mess tent has views over the waterhole and towards the distant escarpment.

The area abounds with wildlife & birds, your game drive commences immediately when leaving the camp. Each tent has an ensuite bathroom and flush toilet  Hot showers are brought on demand.Our experienced safari chef provides delicious meals freshly baked each day, and the camp staff are on hand to make your stay a comfortable one.

Located within the inner region of the Maasai Mara Game Reserve on the Narok County Council side, the camp is within easy reach of all wildebeest crossings on the Mara River as well as the Musiara Swamp area. The area itself is famous for its leopards.

Your game drive commences immediately when leaving the camp, there are not kms to be driven to reach the prime wildlife viewing areas. Stayin in a tent,  in the bushland wilderness brings you close to nature, with the peace and tranquility of this unique natural environment. 

Specifically with photographers in mind, the mess tent has a special area for using computers and charging batteries.

Being a small camp our visitors have the opportunity to experience a peaceful stay together with other like-minded people within a wildlife reserve. The closest airstrip is Musiara. Only 4x4 vehicles can access this region of the Mara.

Park tickets: 
Narok County Council 2017 fees: US$80 per adult and US$45 for children. (subject to change)

Camping fees are included in Hammerkop's prices and collected on behalf of members of the Maasai Community.

Waste Management: Hammerkop Migration Camp  is operated on strict environmental principles. Non biodegradable wastes are taken back to recycling centres in Nairobi.


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