Together with its sister properties Mara House and Topi House, Acacia House makes for wonderful safari homes for families and groups on a quest for a more exclusive and private wilderness experience. Pick your time right for an explosive encounter with thousands upon thousands of wildebeest and zebra. Visit a local Maasai village for a dose of culture. And if you don’t feel like going out, you can be sure to enjoy some fantastic game viewing directly from the deck.
Experience total freedom in your own bush house in the heart of the Maasai Mara conservancies. Animals stroll right past the front door of your private sanctuaries, and you have total freedom to set the pace of your own safari escape.
Acacia houses is seriously comfortable – although there is no resident host, a full complement of staff takes care of your every need. The Acacia house accommodates six people in three double rooms, so it is ideal for couples, families and groups. Even better, you have the freedom to personally design your own itinerary. With detailed personal service, home-from-home hospitality and unequalled wildlife expertise, a safari at Acacia House is a unique and exclusive adventure.
The large open-air veranda is perfectly positioned to give you a window onto all the action at the busy Ol Chorro waterhole. Leading off from this veranda is an open-plan dining and seating area, complete with an authentic log fire. Beyond are two spacious double en-suite bedrooms and a third attic room, created specifically with children in mind. To the side of the house, raised above the waterhole, you will find the pool (shared with nearby Mara House) and a barbecue area – the perfect place to dine and relax between safari expeditions and for evening sundowners. The house comes complete with a full complement of experienced staff members, including a chef, wildlife guide and house manager, to ensure a safari experience that delivers the very best the Mara has to offer.
Acacia House (Mara Bush Houses) sits at the foot of Kipileo Hill in the Ol Chorro Losoit valley within the 70,000 acre Mara North Conservancy area. The Maasai Mara National Reserve is situated in the southwest part of Kenya, bordering the Serengeti National Park of Tanzania. This Big 5 wildlife reserve is located just 5 hours’ drive away from Nairobi.
Acacia House, together with its sister properties Mara House and Topi House are ideal safari homes for families and groups who seek a more exclusive and private wilderness experience. Guests can enjoy fantastic game viewing opportunities and cultural insights in tranquil settings while being served by friendly staff.
Two airy bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a delightful attic space created specifically for younger guests, as well as a third bathroom make up the accommodation at this safari lodge in the Masai Mara.The rooms are large, private and comfortably furnished, exuding a home away from home atmosphere that lingers with guests long after their departure.
The living areas dominate this stunning Kenya safari lodge with an open plan dining and lounge complete with a fireplace to keep warm during the evening chill. The house also features a ‘den’ with a TV. The veranda overlooks the famed Ol Chorro waterhole that is frequented by different game species and birds. The barbeque provides an ideal place to hang out and relax while indulging in alfresco dining.
Most safari excursions are in the Mara North Conservancy area where there is usually plenty of resident game but longer game driving within the Mara game reserve itself can be arranged at minimal additional cost. Bush walks, sundowners and cultural and village tours are amongst the activities offered at Acacia House.
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