The Malaika Camp has a unique, fantastic location in the Maasai Mara.
It is located right on the Mara River in the heart of the Masai Mara National Park.
If you visit us in the months of July to October you can experience the unique wonder of the Great Migration.
Approximately 1.3 million gnus, over 200,000 zebras and 350,000 gazelles and antelopes migrate from the Serengeti in Tanzania to Maasai Mara. There they have to cross the Mara River which forms a natural barrier for the wild animals.
Exact at that great river, the banks of our camp is located.
Nature lovers will be amazed and spend an unforgettable safari holiday here!
If you have breakfast or lunch at noon, you can thereby observe crocodiles and hippos.
In Swahili language Malaika means “Angel”.
However, Malaika is also the name for a cheetah, that is well known here in the Masai Mara.
From time to time she loves to jump on a jeep roof to look for prey in the landscape. You might also be lucky once to get so close to a wild cat on one of our jeep safaris.
From Talek Gate the travel time to our Camp with a jeep is about 35 minutes. Olkiombo Airstrip (airport) is only a 30 minute drive away. So, soon as you pick, we make a first short game drive. Once in the camp, you will already receive a warm welcome from our team. All members of our team are Masai and grew up locally. You will soon feel comfortable and feel the friendly, family atmosphere and enjoy.
It is our mission to keep the camp environmentally conscious in untouched nature.
Help that reaches 100%
In the Masai families, John specifically targeted the small children of families who could not afford the school fees and the school clothes (100 US Dollar per year). As a result of our help, the number of students grew from 170 to over 400.
An incredible step in the support of the school was achieved by visiting the Hüsges family from Germany. They were guests in our Malaika Camp in the spring of 2018. While visiting the school they were very touched by the friendliness of the pupils and teachers despite the very difficult conditions.
Education for all e.V.
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