Staying at this small (17 tents) camp is a delightful experience. Firstly, to get there guests must cross the Mara river in a small boat and take an escorted walk through the forest.

The tents overlook a swampy waterhole which is teeming with animal and bird life. Elephant visits to the swamp is an almost daily event and there is nothing like sitting in camp chairs watching their fascinating antics.

Little Governor’s is famous for its hospitality and meals are up to Governor’s usual fine standards. During the day meals are served al fresco and at night the dining tent is aglow with candle and lantern light, setting the stage for the perfect end to another safari day.

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