Topi House borders both the 23,000 acre Olare Orok Conservancy and the Masai Mara National Game Reserve.
The site has been carefully selected to optimise the views through the small thorn tree forest in which the house sits over the national park boundary and into the reserve beyond.
The house lies just 45 minutes, as part of a game drive, from Ol Kiombo airstrip. From this superb spot you will have unrivalled access to the eastern side of the Masai Mara.
Topi House is designed to be your very own private bush home in the middle of Africa’s greatest eco system. The house is complemented by well-trained and experienced staff at guests’ disposal including a house manager, chef and wildlife guide to ensure a seamlessly-run and personal safari experience.
The area, with its rolling hills, is ideal for bush picnics and sundowners with a view. The property is positioned directly on the wildebeest migration route and has been known to experience huge volumes of game right up to the front door.
The house consists of three well sized en-suite bedrooms which are linked by a large verandah running along the front.
At the far end lies the living area, which is made up of an open plan sitting/dining room complete with an open log fire.
Your team will prepare all meals to the usual high standard and will cater for bush picnics or lunches out on the lawn under the shade of the acacia trees.
A fully qualified guide and vehicle will be on hand to assist with a wide range of safari activities which can include game drives and visits to local villages and trading centres.
Game viewing is done primarily in the reserve and can be arranged in the conservancy, so offering a wide range of experiences.