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Fairmont Mara Safari Club welcomes guests to enjoy the “New” Wonder of the World

July 6, 2013 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

Kenya’s only luxury safari resort, The Fairmont Mara Safari Club; re-branded in 2007 following an extensive renovation program islocated in the Masia Mara National Reserve and surrounded on three sides by the Mara River and on the edge of the world’s Seventh “New” Wonder of the World – the Masai Mara – Fairmont Mara Safari Club is the epitome of a tented luxury safari resort and is ideal for family travel in Kenya.

The main hotel building resembles a traditional Maasai hut. The decor of the tents is a sophisticated combination of Maasai and safari style: artistic touches of leather and beadwork, subtly incorporating calabash shapes creating a truly authentic safari style accommodation with a luxury appeal.

The Kenya resort has 16 double family tents that are spacious and suitable for families. Each ten is superbly furnished with a four poster bed, a three piece bathroom and a verandah overlooking the hippo and crocodile filled river. The main lodge at the center of the camp hosts an indoor restaurant, bar and library with internet access to keep relatives up to date with safari adventures in Kenya . The heated pool is also a family’s favorite and a must for all Kenya family vacations.

The dining options in Kenya include the main restaurant featuring fine international and Kenyan cuisine, the Poolside terrace, Hippo lounge, Boma outdoor dining – all offering a children’s menu.

Kids have special activities in Kenya to keep them engaged and entertained throughout their stay, including exhilarating game drives through the Masai Mara National Reserve, biking, swimming, learning how to make a fire (without using matchsticks) and as well how to throw spears like the Maasai or go for hippo trail walks. Other activities in Kenya include bird watching or taking a tour of the Maasai Village or Rhino Conservancy.

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