Fringed by marshes and surrounded by ghostly Fever trees, Siana Springs is situated on the eastern edge of the Masai Mara National Reserve. Built on a site chosen by 1950’s game warden, Major Lyn Temple-Boreham, this grand-tented safari camp was established in partnership with the neighbouring Maasai, who continue to graze their cattle in harmony with the Kenyan wildlife.

Perfectly recapturing the romance of the early pioneers, Siana Springs possesses a tranquil atmosphere, with spacious African safari style tents and shaded trees offering complete privacy in the lush, unspoiled setting. A convivial dining area offers fine cuisine, while the swimming pool is an irresistible oasis on hot days.

Safari activities are centered around game viewing safaris into the Masai-Mara in the company of experienced guides, bush walks with resident naturalists and night drives with spot lamps in search of nocturnal wildlife. Elephant and leopard hides offer wonderful viewing opportunities for these animals and much more besides. Birdlife is prolific and with expert Maasai naturalists on hand, up to 100 different species can be seen in a day. Hot-air balloon excursions, soaring silently above the plains, provide breathtaking wilderness vistas.