Fringed by marshes and surrounded by ghostly fever trees, Siana Springs is situated on the eastern edge of the Masai Mara National Reserve. Built on a site chosen by 1950's game warden, Major Lyn Temple-Boreham, this grand-scale tented camp was established in partnership with the neighbouring Masai, who continue to graze their cattle in harmony with the wildlife.
Perfectly recapturing the romance of the early pioneers, Siana Springs possesses a tranquil atmosphere, with generous safari-style tents and shady trees offering complete privacy in the lush, unspoilt setting. A convivial dining area offers hearty cuisine, while the pool is an irresistable oasis on hot days. Activities are centred around game viewing excursions into the Masai Mara in the company of experienced guides, bush walks with resident naturalists and night drives with spot lights in search of nocturnal wildlife. Elephant and leopard hides off wonderful viewing opportunities of these animals and more besides. Birdlife is prolific and with expert Masai naturalists on hand up to a hundred species may be seen in one day. Hot air balloon excursions provide breathtaking wilderness vistas.