Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp offers you an unforgettable nature and wildlife experience. Access to private areas in Mara North Conservancy.
Elephant Pepper Camp in Mara North Conservancy
This accommodation requires a 2-night minimum stay.
The Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp is the perfect starting point from which to explore the vast wilderness abundance as well as the fertile plains and lush forests of the Masai Mara. Compared to the great Serengeti in Tanzania is higher in altitude, has more hills, is cooler, more fertile and due to more rainfall a lot greener which guarantees you an unforgettable nature and wildlife experience.
As the Mara North Conservancy is a privately managed area only those vehicles belonging to camps are allowed inside leaving you with a great sense of exclusivity and privacy. The conservancy is home to a resident pride of lions cheetahs and leopards and lies between July and October in the middle of the great wildebeest and zebra migration route.
This accommodation includes Game Package.
Mara North Airstrip is a 30 minute drive from the camp.
The rates include:
- Room as booked
- Game drives, bush picnics, sundowers, guided bush walks
- Full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and drinks
- Fees: Mara North Conservancy Fee
- Transfer to and from Mara North airstrip
- Experienced driver-guides in custom designed safari vehicles accompany
- One visit to Mara National Reserve is included per 3 night stay.
The rates don’t include:
- Fees: Mara National Reserve Fee after second visit
- Drinks: champagne, cellar wines, cognacs and single malt whiskeys
- International and Local flights to the accommodation. If you need help planning your trip, we offer you an Eco Holiday Consultation, where our specialists will help you book all transportation needed in order to safely reach your accommodation and on time. Find more information by clicking here.
Included and paid Amenities
- WiFi in public areas
- Gift shop
- Dining tent & lounge
- Charging facilities
- No-smoking tents
Are you travelling with children?
We love children and are happy about welcoming children at the hotel. Unfortunately our online reservation system is not yet fully ready to calculate child rates correctly. We are working on this.
So when you proceed with the reservation, you will currently only see adult rates displayed and calculated.
But don’t worry! We will manually review any reservation and will adjust the rate. You will hear from us shortly after your reservation. You will only pay the hotel’s child rate for your children.
Child policy of this hotel:
Children aged 0-11 years sharing with an adult are free of charge.
Children aged 12-17 years in own room pay 75% of full adult fee, and sharing with adults 50% of full adult fee.
Children aged 18 years and older pay full adult fee.
Children park fees will be added to the room rates.
The policy of this hotel in case of cancellation or no show is:
● More than 91 days before arrival: free cancellation
● Between 90-46 days before arrival: 20% of charged rate
● Between 45-29 days before arrival: 50% of charged rate
● Within 28 days before arrival: 100% of charged rate
Additionally, zanzibar.eco as a platform provider charges 30 USD processing fee for each cancellation
Ecological & Social Footprint
The Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp uses a borehole and rainwater as their source of water. Grey water is reused for the surrounding wetland and sewage is diverted to septic tanks. The lodge is run on 100% of solar power. The camp promotes a no plastic policy eliminating plastic straws, bottles and bags from their operations. Whereas the waste is separated, recycled and disposed of in Nairobi the organic food waste stays on the compost of the grounds.
The majority of the staff comes from the surrounding villages and receives regular in-house training in order to provide the customer with exceptional service. The Elewana Pepper Camp’s bednight fees and lease payments are an integral part for the Maasai landowners who are then able to rely on a fixed income giving them the opportunity to set up local businesses and invest in the education of the next generations.
The Elewana group’s Wildlife Warrior Program funds fun and educational activities such as drama, art and story writing for hundreds of school children with the aim to share knowledge about wildlife conservation. The best conservationists are rewarded with scholarships for their primary and secondary schooling. The Elewana Pepper Camp also supports the local school with the construction of classrooms, a kitchen and equipment such as desk and chairs. The Elewana Elephant Pepper camp has obtained Gold Level for the Eco-Tourism Kenya certification program.
Things To Do
Activities: • Game Drives • Migration River Crossings • Evening Game Drives • Guided Walks • Bush Breakfast and Sundowners • Horse Safaris • Cultural Visits