Keekorok Lodge - Masai Mara
Keekorok Lodge is located at the southern end of the Masai Mara, right in the path of the
annual migration of wildebeest and zebras path. There is
always plenty of activity around the waterhole but
during the migration, the lodge is enveloped by the
swarming mass of animals. One need hardly venture from
ground to game view.
The main building at the Keekorok Lodge in
Keekorok Lodge dimly lit and cozy lounge
From Keekorok Lodge's verandah and from Kiboko Bar, there is
plenty to see. One unfortunate zebra met its end right
in front of the dinning room, providing supper for a
pride of hungry lions, and 'live' entertainment for
enthralled guests at Keekorok.
Accommodation at Keekorok Lodge is in bungalows, single
story blocks, and in comfortable shaded chalets. The
liberal use of cedar wood, pink and gray sand river
stone, and other indigenous building materials offset
the green lawns and colorful bougainvillea.
One of the rooms at the Keekorok Lodge
Picnic lunch in a scenic spot by Keekorok
After a day in the fresh air, the excitement of game
spotting, a refreshing dip in Keekorok Lodge's swimming pool, and the
ritual of sundowners by the roaring log fire in the
lounge heralds an evening full of traditional Masai
dancing, cultural or wildlife lectures and videos with
yet another of those remarkable Keekorok dinners.