House in the Wild is a private home tucked away on a 1000 acre private estate, Naretoi, on the edge of the Maasai Mara. It sits on the banks of the Mara River and is surrounded by game within the Enonkishu Conservancy. It has a casual and laid back atmosphere where guests can get away from the beaten track.
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The house sleeps 12 people comfortably, with 2 double ensuite rooms on the river, and 2 family cottages. The house comes fully staffed and has an excellent chef and safari guide who can help guests to plan their activities over their stay.
Throughout the day on the property there are always interesting activities going on. Guests are welcome to walk around the estate, meet the team, snuggle a newborn calf, milk the cows, help with day-to-day jobs which may include spraying the cattle, beekeeping, tree planting or helping the scouts in the conservation work. There is also always a willing team eager to play football and guests are welcome to mix in on the farm pitch.
House in the Wild experienced guide knows the area intimately and there is plenty of game to see within the Enonkishu, Lemek and Ol Chorro Oiruwa conservancies. Big cats, elephants and plains game are commonly seen on a game drive. For the more energetic guests, a guided walk / climb up the Kileleoni Hill is well worth it. There are also horses available for experienced riders to go on rides around the farm, getting up close to giraffe, wildebeest and zebra.
House in the Wild Reviews
“This is a unique and very special place. The service is exceptional. Benson is a super star and makes a good mojito. The food is amazing and made special by Purity. Just lovely and perfect for groups, families and couples. Hippo morning wake up call is not to be missed. A gem and we will be back!” – Lori K
“We were situated in a lovely family room which overlooked the Mara River. Breakfast lunch and dinner were served at different places in the camp and the food was excellent. The staff were amazingly attentive and nothing was too much trouble! We also had a guide whose knowledge was particularly good in all aspects of the bush, including birds and trees.” – margiehk
“Wow, rates as one of my best holidays ever. The cook was fantastic, the game drives fantastic. The staff could not do enough for you. It was the perfect holiday to end of a very busy year. If you wanted to relax by the pool overlooking the river and watch a couple of hippo’s crossing you could or go on game drives. The cherry on the top was a hot air balloon adventure.” –V3583QIlisa
Masai Mara National Reserve
Masai Mara National Reserve – Not surprisingly, seeing the Great Migration happen is often on many people’s safari wish list. This spectacular event is best witnessed from the gorgeous Masai Mara National Reserve, a place of vast, open landscapes and many wild inhabitants.