Offbeat Ndoto is where you experience under canvas in top luxury. The camp offers ultimate intimacy with only four tents in the exclusive Mara North Conservancy. It's here you will experience brilliant game viewing, privacy and quintissential Offbeat hospitality. Each tent offers beautiful views across the valley each and the Mess Tent provides delicious homemade delights, ice-cold drinks and a campfire for many late night story. The Mara is where you experience game viewing like never before.
Activities at Offbeat Ndoto
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Accommodation options at Offbeat Ndoto
Ndoto TentsgroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage4
The four beautifully designed canvas safari tents are equipped with all the luxuries - high pressure hot and cold running water, beautiful views, king-sized be…
from $ 715 / Per person per night sharing
$270 RESIDENT RATEenquire
How to get there
Ol Kiombo Airstrip
Check in at Offbeat Ndoto
15:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Offbeat Ndoto
11:00 on day of departure
$270.00 Resident rate
The most amazing camp- the staff couldn’t do more to make us feel at home. Gorgeous tents with blankets and even hot water bottles. Hot running water in the shower. Our drivers Benson and Peter knew everything there was to know about animals.We will be back!
Offbeat Ndoto impact highlights
Offbeat Safaris are one of the founding members of the Mara North Conservancy and committed to helping preserve this 74,000 acre piece of the Masaai Mara eco-system. They ensure that Maasai landlords are rewarded fairly and equally for protecting their land and the wildlife on it. As a result, this area has improved dramatically as a wildlife conservancy, with long term benefits to those with the foresight to keep protecting it. Over 90% of the camp staff are local Masai who helped build the camp in 2005. They now have jobs from guides to cooks, to room stewards and waiters...all gaining valuable skills to pass on to the next generation. Offbeat Mara is conscious that it operates in a fragile ecosystem. As such the camp has no permanent structures and is purely canvas with some local rock and soil to level the base for the tents.