Located on the banks of the Talek River, overlooking the famous savannah plains of the Mara, the eco-friendly Il Keliani Luxury Tented Camp offers just 17 elegant tents, each with its own ensuite bathroom, private verandah and view of the river.
Presented in the style elegant hunting safaris of the 1920s, Il Keliani Luxury Tented Camp features its own elegant mess tent and bar. Il Keliani Luxury Tented Camp takes its name from Ilkeliani, the name given to a young Maasai before he becomes a warrior or ‘Morani’.
Il Keliani Luxury Tented Camp offers 17 luxury tents each with its own view of the river. Widely spaced, the tents offer 24-hour solar power, ensuite bathrooms (24-hour hot water, showers, flush WCs), spacious verandahs and elegant furniture.
Dining and bars
The central mess tent and elegant lounge bar are located in the centre of Il Keliani Luxury Tented Camp with glorious views over the river. Stylishly presented using ecologically friendly materials, both have been designed so as to create the traditional safari ambience, with lanterns, campfires and Maasai artifacts. ‘Sundowner’ cocktails are also offered around the campfire before dinner.
The Il Keliani Luxury Tented Camp menu will typically include a wide selection of typically East African Safari or Kenya favourites as well as numerous international choices (vegetarian options always available).
Conference and event facilities
Il Keliani Luxury Tented Camp does not offer specific East Africa Safari conference facilities but will be happy to quote for small meetings and social gatherings or for incentive options centered on the annual migration of the wildebeest.
Weddings and honeymoons
This Kenya tented camp makes an ideal East African Safari honeymoon destination, more especially since it offers the chance of observing the annual migration of the wildebeest.
Il Keliani Luxury Tented Camp welcomes children.
What to see and do
Whilst at this East African Safari tented camp the following activities are offered: Il Keliani Luxury Tented Camp has its own Maasai naturalists who leads nature walks and gives talks on the culture of the Maasai (both are offered free of charge). Game drives are conducted in traditional 4x4 vehicles.