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Exploring the History of the Maasai People

Nestled in the heart of Africa lies a vibrant culture steeped in tradition and resilience – the Maasai people. With a history dating back centuries, the Maasai have captivated the world with their distinctive customs, colourful attire, and deep connection to the land. At Sentinel Mara Camp, we are proud…

February 27, 2024/
Pioneering Sustainability

At Sentinel Mara Camp, sustainability isn't just a recent commitment; it's ingrained in the very fabric of our existence. As we reflect on our journey, we take pride in the fact that conservation and sustainable practices have been at the forefront since our camp's inception. Today, we delve into the…

November 30, 2023/
Wildlife Photography Tips

The Maasai Mara is a photographer's paradise, a place where the wild beauty of Africa comes alive through the lens. With its awe-inspiring landscapes and abundant wildlife, it's no wonder that this iconic reserve in Kenya has drawn photographers from around the world.

September 13, 2023/
Most popular safari destinations in the world

The Masai Mara is one of the most popular safari destinations in the world, attracting visitors from all over the globe. This vast wilderness is home to a diverse range of wildlife, from majestic elephants and lions to rare birds and insects. At Sentinel Mara Camp, we offer guests the…

March 29, 2023/
Responsible Tourism Top of Mind

Eco tourism is a form of responsible travel that involves visiting natural areas in a way that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people. It promotes sustainability and encourages tourists to minimize their impact on the environment and maximize their positive impact on the local community.

February 15, 2023/
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