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Main Building

The thoughtfully designed and tastefully decorated main building is located at the top of the property and offers stunning views into the Serengeti National Park down below.

View from Buffalo Luxury Camp

The building is cleverly constructed on three different levels, each separated by no more than three steps and each of which has been designed with a specific purpose in mind.

On the lower level is to be found a fine dining area. It is here that our attentive, yet very discreet staff serve you the delicious meals which have been carefully crafted by our team of expert chefs.

Three steps above is to be found the comfortable lounge area where plush leather sofas sited in front of an open hearth fire add to the unique flavor of the property.

Another three steps lead you to the bar lounge where our barmen are highly skilled at preparing any cocktail your heart may desire. The cost of all our drinks are included in the accommodation rates of the camp.

The comfortable armchairs in the bar lounge have been especially hand crafted for Buffalo Luxury Camp by local artisans and are upholstered in cow hide to reflect the Maasai heritage of the area.  On this level of the main building is also to be found a library from which books can be borrowed for your reading pleasure, as well as drawing easels, pens and paper which are readily available for use by our more artistic guests.

The West facing side of the main building is constructed entirely from wood and glass and provides you with views over the terrace to the stunning wilderness below. This view is even more breathtaking when taken in from the terrace which is adorned with comfortable loungers, made from recycled aluminium and dressed with comfortable cushions.

All interiors are warm and welcoming.

High speed internet connectivity is available throughout the main buildings of the camp via a state of the art, direct-to-satellite system which is provided free of any charge to all guests of the camp.


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