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Maasai Simba Camp Amboseli is located in Merrueshi Ranch in the village of Merrueshi, 12 kilometers from Amboseli National Park at the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro.
The camp is historical site formerly used by legendary Maasai warriors for training. The location of the camp is a major wildlife corridor between Amboseli and the picturesque mountain range of Chyulu Hills National Park.
The camp offers breathtaking views of the Maasai Country and also the wide African landscape. There are 2 Hemingway style Safari tents, 4 cottages and 6 guest rooms.
Each tent has its own private veranda with safari chairs. The guestrooms have a mosquito net, work desks and 1 double or 2 single beds.
Each cottage has 1 bedroom and features mazera stones floor, thatched roof, mosquito net, luggage rack, closet and work desk. The bathrooms are en-suite fitted with flush toilet and hot showers.
The onsite restaurant serves African, Asian, European, and American cuisine all from fresh and organic ingredients. The well stocked bar offers a wide selection of alcoholic and soft drinks including beer and wine.
Maasai Simba Camp Amboseli has spacious and cozy gathering room with a high ceiling and traditional thatch roof, which keeps the area cool from the African sun.
Attached is a small library with a wonderful collection of books and magazines.
Guests can play games, read a book, interact with the guides or just relax and watch velvet monkeys and hundred species of birds as they hop from one tree to the next.
Activities in the camp include nature walks, Maasai village visits, visit local school, bush dinners, hike Chyulu hills, sundowners, game drives, bird walks and bead making with the local women.
Guests can also enjoy walk with giraffes, learn to throw a spear, shoot some arrows, try archery skills, play volleyball and soccer on a sandy river bed and explore the galaxy at night.
Children can also enjoy themselves by interacting with Maasai children, herd sheep and goats, build toys using local materials and playing soccer, Mancala, or other local popular games.