David Livingstone Safari Lodge

David Livingstone Safari Resort (formerly Voyager Safari Lodge) is situated to the northeast of the Masai Mara National Reserve in the Koiyaki Lemek Conservancy on a broad bend with hippo pools on the Mara River. The lodge is set in 40 acres of tropical gardens with indigenous plants and botanical gardens.





David Livingstone Safari Resort offers 75 Double and Twin Rooms of which 7 are interconnecting with 24 hrs electricity, hot and cold running water and Verandah. Rooms face the Mara River. The resort has 2 Two bed roomed Suites with living room, TV and DVD Player for those wanting something more from their visit to Maasai Mara.




The resort being newly renovated and renamed, its has replaced all amenities in the room with new pillows, sheets, blankets and mattresses. Additionally, complimentary mineral water is available in all rooms.


  • The Susi and Chuma Bar are located on the Hippo Pools.
  • Champagne Breakfasts daily on the Terrace near the Hippo Pools.
  • Complimentary Canapés after evening game drives.
  • Restaurant serving 5 Course lunches and 7 Course table D Hote dinners daily.
  • Dedicated Vegetarian Kitchen and chef.
  • Maasai dancing, singing and 'high-jumping' performances on the terrace every other evening.
  • Night Game Drives In Toyota Land Cruisers operated by the lodge.
  • Bush breakfasts and sundowners on river banks.
  • Other services include a resident nurse and laundry services




Safaris To Masai Mara
3 Day Masai Mara safari by Road
3 Days Migration Trail Safari By AIr
4 Days Masai Mara /Lake Nakuru
4 Days Masai Mara Safari

Other Safari To Lake Masai Mara National Reserve
From Mombasa( Mombasa Safaris)
From Nairobi ( Nairobi Safaris)

If you want a tailor made itinerary to Masai mara national Reserve please don't hesitate to contact us


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Activities In Mara
Mara Explorer camp has got nature experiences and other activities, which include the following: -

  • Hot Air balloon Safaris.
  • Arrangements for Lake Victoria Fishing Safaris.
  • Riverside bush breakfast, sundowners and dinners.
  • Lectures and shows about Maasai culture and wildlife.
  • Private game drives with expert local guides.
  • Walking Safaris in the Mara Conservation Area.
  • Between June and September is when Mara Explorer enjoys prime views of the spectacular wildebeest migration and for the other remaining period of the year, its normally rewarding daily game viewing, and this is mainly due to the fact that it is situated in the heart of the reserve.
  • The camp also provides guests with ultimate wilderness retreat, where you can view elephants or giraffes drinking from the privacy of your verandah-or your own outdoor bathtub

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