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Just after a very good stay at Sopa Lodge, Lake Naivasha we moved on to Masai Mara.
Much more run down and not really maintained over the years.
The view from the various terraces is now a days completely hidden by the high vegetation =...More
Stayed here just recently and had a great opportunity to explore the Mara. The road from the highway is bumpy to say the least and when you get to the Park gate this lodge is just around the corner, again on a very bumpy road....More
We spent one night here on our Kenya safari. The rooms are located in huts that kind of look like Haggrad's house from Harry Potter, four rooms to a building. The rooms were large and comfortable. We had a 2nd floor room which provided a...More
Went on my first trip to the Masai Mara and it was just fantastic. Stayed at the Mara Sopa Lodge. Staff were friendly and food was good. Room was very comfortable. Wished someone had advised me to stay longer than one night. All the same,...More
The place is very nice. The lodge is near to the gates of the Mara park and could hear lions roaring in the wild from the hotel at night. The beds are good and the overall hygiene okay. The staff are very friendly and the...More
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USD 187 - USD 337 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from uberlassie | Reviewed this property |
No air con but I was there mid-May and it was quite cold at night, so didn't need it. It was very pleasant for sleeping. A little too chilly for me to use the pool unless it was midday. In fact we did a dawn safari one... More
No air con but I was there mid-May and it was quite cold at night, so didn't need it. It was very pleasant for sleeping. A little too chilly for me to use the pool unless it was midday. In fact we did a dawn safari one morning and I only had a sweater (jumper?) and light jacket and I was FREEZING until the sun came up. Not sure if that is typical but bring some layers.
Would agree with below comments. Rooms are very comfortable and cool at night. They do run on a generator which is switched off at night, cant remember exact time, but around midnight so no power in night.
Response from Chris_n_Jude | Reviewed this property |
Everywhere we went we were provided with plenty of water and never had an issue. Plus there are opportunities to buy from bars and places you visit. We are people who drink lots of water as understand the merits of doing so... More
Everywhere we went we were provided with plenty of water and never had an issue. Plus there are opportunities to buy from bars and places you visit. We are people who drink lots of water as understand the merits of doing so. you will be fine and love it.
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"Rooms near to the Main Hall and Reception is better"