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My first stay here was 8 years ago the second one 4 years ago and the 3rd stay 2 weeks ago. Still very good, clean and friendly staff. The food is very good so basicly nothing has been changed, perfect.
We thought the food was excellent! At some other places we had some very weird puddings but here they were all just delicious!
The hot water is limited and they said it came on at half 5 but it was more like half 6 by...More
We stayed at the Maasai Mara Sopa Lodge for 2 nights to begin our safari. Room was basic but clean and the staff were lovely. Good variety of food available to suit all tastes and enjoyed sitting by the fire in the bar after dinner...More
The lodge is quite close to the entrance of the Mara national park and the Maasai Mara village. After the delicious food eaten at other camps, we found the menu here quite boring. Beds were quite comfortable and we had a good night's rest.
We stayed at the Mara Sopa Lodge for four night as it was a base for our safari at Masai Mara. The road up to the lodge is quite bumpy and in bad need of repair but you can say it's part of the safari...More
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USD 169 - USD 354 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Kimberley C | Reviewed this property |
I agree with the other answers, you’ll likely have a couple of drinks each night but other than that and souvenirs you won’t spend much. Plus you won’t be up late drinking because you’re up so early in the morning for your... More
I agree with the other answers, you’ll likely have a couple of drinks each night but other than that and souvenirs you won’t spend much. Plus you won’t be up late drinking because you’re up so early in the morning for your safari so I think I only had 2 drinks a lot of nights! The guides like to be given their tip in dollars we were told so we gave ours $150 on the last day of 5 days of the Kenya classic safari too. Take all dollars with you and change it there, we only changed money for the Maasai village and the small stops on the way, like $50-100 total I think we changed to Kenyan.