Elephant Pepper Camp

Address: Mara North Conservancy, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Mara North Conservancy, Masai Mara National Reserve, is near Maasi Mara.
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      Travel Blogs from Masai Mara National Reserve

      Long hard road to the Serengeti

      A travel blog entry by merrillh on Oct 09, 2014

      14 photos

      ... visa even tho they had kept insisting they needed to pay $50. The other officer had already let Cam and Jim go through with a comment that they were late but no biggie, have a nice day but Mr official made this into a HUGE issue and called Jim and Cam back in. The 4 of them sat in a room with our guide Stephen while he figured out what he could do with 4 illegal aliens. Really. Took him about 40 minutes to figure out they ...

      Sunday and full safari day.

      A travel blog entry by josharman on Aug 31, 2014

      6 photos

      ... the wildebeast and zebras crossing the river to get to the other side in the great migration. Well I had booked this month to come due to the timing of this phenomena but apparently the animals had other ideas and started coming across from Serengeti in Tanzania into the Kenyan Maasai Mara 2 months early. It was now a 50/50 chance of seeing any more come across. But to add to all that surprise was the fact that the actual river they cross between the 2 countries ...

      On to Masai Mara

      A travel blog entry by gsdraper on Jun 26, 2014

      1 comment, 32 photos

      We left Lake Nakuru area this morning to head to the Masai Mara, about a three and half hour drive mostly on good roads. In looking through this blog, there are many more pictures of animals than people. In a lot of ways the animals are easier to photograph. People in Kenya don't like having their picture taken. And since we don't usually stop on the road except at tourist stops, we have to take pictures of the locals from the moving vehicles. So it ...

      Insert stories about the Maasai village here.

      A travel blog entry by anniexf on Apr 29, 2014

      8 photos

      ... tourist items available for sale. I thought I’d get something to mark by visit, but Annie and Taylor weren’t interested, so they went back to the vehicle. I was unsurprisingly pressured into buying some souvenirs, one of which I was told was a bracelet made out of giraffe tail. I found out later that it was likely fake because it is illegal to sell anything derived from animals, which makes sense. When I arrived back at the Land Cruiser most of ...

      High drama the truck gets bogged

      A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Feb 20, 2014

      ... in the dirt watching us eat lunch. Because we were so late Dan the cook got off at the camp ground turnoff which saved us about an hour so we still had about a 2 hour game drive in Maasai Mara. The highlight on the way out at dusk was an elephant near us and making us know he wasn’t happy with us being so close and then a cheetah walked straight up beside the truck and across in front. Decided not to upgrade and were very pleased to see they had been put our tents up for ...