- Richard's River Camp offers the discerning traveller a luxury tented camp in the very heart of the Masai Mara.
- Despite the camps’ small size and remote location, the kitchen will happily cater for almost any food preferences
- Outdoor dining with a beautiful candle-lit table, bush dinners under a canopy of stars using a simple eco-charcoal oven, and breakfast buffets out on the Mara plains - incredible dining experiences, not easily forgotten.
- Richard’s River Camp offers day and night game drives, birding and scenic bush walks, sundowners, bush meals and cultural visits to a local Masai Village nearby
- Designed with privacy, exclusivity as well as adventure in mind we ensure a warm and memorable safari.
Richard’s River Camp was initially established as Richard and Liz’s ‘home away from home’ in 2006 when their son Willoughby was born. Perfectly situated on the banks of the Njageteck River in the private Mara North Conservancy, the camp allows for total privacy and exclusivity. The Ngoyanai springs provide permanent water, drawing in large numbers of animals to the area around camp. This camp is also particularly known for its resident lion pride which can often been seen hunting right in front of the camp, and most always can be heard roaring during the night.
With only seven tents, this camp is ideal for individuals as well as exclusive groups who wish to experience the Masai Mara in a personal intimate setting. Beautifully appointed with furnishings and fabrics collected by Liz on her travels – the result is a casually luxurious tented camp, combining exceptional wildlife with a contemporary ‘Out of Africa’ experience.
This Yampu recommended trip add-on may only be booked in conjunction with any of our personalized trips. Your Yampu Tour Consultant will design an itinerary for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!
Richard's Camp, Narok County, Kenya
Places You'll See
The Masai Mara
One of the best known national reserves in Africa, the Masai Mara, offers the experience to see some of Africa’s wildlife in their natural environment. Take a morning, afternoon, or night drive through the reserve with a skilled guide who will help you spot animals you wouldn’t see on your own. Visit in the late summer and witness the Great Migration.