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Topi Mara Bush House

Location: Masai Mara, Kenya Safaris

Bordering the Olare Orok Conservancy and the Masai Mara National Game Reserve in Kenya, this secluded 3-bedroom farmhouse offers ring-side seats to the Masai Mara Migration (between July and October annually) with malaria-free Big 5 game viewing all year round. Situated within a small thorn tree forest, Topi House affords you awe-inspiring views of the game-rich reserve and conservancy beyond. Find a comfortable place to spend your afternoon watching giraffe and elephant wandering by, or stretch out on the rolling lawns with a book under the shade of an acacia tree. Lounge on the verandah right outside your room or chat to one of your convivial hosts about the intriguing Maasai culture.  


  • The annual wildebeest migration often passes over the lawn
  • Spectacular view through the acacia trees to the expansive plains beyond
  • Exclusive use private house – perfect for a family
  • Delicious lunched under the shade of a large acacia tree
  • Private guide and vehicle for your stay
  • Mara North: 60 minutes’ drive from Acacia House and Mara House
  • Ol Kiombo: 45 minutes’ from Topi House

Amenities at Topi Mara Bush House, Masai Mara, Kenya Safaris

  • En-suite bathroom
  • Outdoor area
  • Personal butler
  • Personal chef
  • Twin bed available

Rooms at Topi Mara Bush House, Masai Mara, Kenya Safaris

  • Topi House comprises three well-sized en suite bedrooms all linked by a large veranda alongside the game-rich Masai Mara Reserve. Dark woods, solid stone floors and handcrafted furniture characterize the comfortable rooms, which have a rustic but timeless ambiance. The house is airy with large living areas and high ceilings. Bedroom windows open to the thorny acacia forest outside, where birds can be heard singing at all hours of the day. Comfortable twin or king-sized beds are adorned with high-quality cotton and fluffy pillows. Bathrooms have semi-private showers that allow guests to enjoy the serene views outside.
  • The farmhouse’s vast living area is made up of an open-plan sitting and dining room where a log fire can be lit – an inviting place to sip a sherry or reflect on the day’s events in your diary. If you prefer ‘bush television’, then relax around a campfire outside where you will be well positioned to hear all the nocturnal animals of the Mara.

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What to do at Topi Mara Bush House, Masai Mara, Kenya Safaris

  • Game drives into the Maasai Mara National Reserve
  • Visits to Koiyaki Guiding School in the nearby Mara Naboisho Conservancy
  • Lots of kids activities
  • Cultural & community visits ($25 per person)
  • Hot-air balloon rides (at an additional cost)
  • Horse riding (at an additional cost)