Exclusive use luxury homes in the Mara
House in the Wild is excited to offer two exquisite private villas;
Amani and Jamani House.
Both exclusive-use properties on Naretoi, a sought after location in the Mara, offering guests a private setting where they can experience a once-in-a-lifetime adventure with friends and family, enjoying quality time together on safari.
Amani House, named after the Swahili word for “Place of Peace” is set in one of Kenya’s most breathtaking wild landscapes, on Naretoi on the edge of the Maasai Mara. Amani House is a captivating and exquisitely beautiful private property available for exclusive hire by groups.
With complete exclusivity, the Amani house is ideal for families with older children and groups of friends travelling together.
The property is broken into separate buildings: A family home, a guest home, and the main home with living, dining, media, and billiard room.
Amani House has seven bedrooms available; four luxurious king ensuite rooms in the family house and three rooms in the guest house; one with a private balcony with a brass bath and fireplace and a twin room (can be a king bed) with a private verandah and fireplace and a bunk room that has four queen-sized bunk beds, perfect for older children.
The Amani Guest House has a total capacity of 14 people.
There is a beautiful swimming pool, with a hot tub at one end and a pergola for outdoor dining alongside. There is also a basketball / pickle ball court and a fully equipped gym. Each of the houses has a high definition tv with Apple TV, and the main house has an indoor and outdoor Sonos system.
Jamani House is set on the top of a meander of the Mara River, with breathtaking views across an expansive lawn looking out across the Naretoi plains to the Kileleoni Hill, the highest point in the Maasai Mara.
The house is an architectural masterpiece featuring a spacious living room with a fireplace, a gathering terrace with an open bar and a large dining room with a fireplace.
Jamani House has five bedrooms, including four king bedrooms with ensuite baths and one bunk room with 3 lower double beds and three upper singles with an ensuite bath.
The house has a total capacity of 12 people - 8 adults plus up to 4 adults / teenagers in the bunk room.
The property is also broken into separate buildings. The living room, bar and dining area are in the main building with separate buildings for the uniquely designed guest rooms, all situated to get the best views across the plains and over the river.
A small library features a flat screen TV equipped with Apple TV. Sustainably grown teak flooring, custom colour plaster walls and unique concrete surfaces are just a few of the features of this remarkable home. The sundowner deck on top of the library is the perfect spot for entertaining and catching up as the sun sets.
You will be well looked after!
Each Villa has a full staff complement that includes a private host/guide and chef, as well as private safari vehicles. All mealtimes, activities and daily activities can be personalised to suit each guest.
The Wild Villa's pride themselves on exceptional farm-to-table menus, based around locally sourced ingredients from the adjacent Wild Shamba Farm, a small organic agriculture operation.
The Wild Villas provide the ultimate settings for families and friends to connect with nature and each other, while experiencing an incredible safari in the Maasai Mara.
From hot-air ballooning to helicopter trips, stargazing and wellness treatments, board games, private bush walks and game drives, every moment makes the most of your time in the Maasai Mara.
The Wildlife experience
Enonkishu Conservancy is host to an incredible variety of mammals including some of the world’s rarest animals, white rhino (at the Rhino Sanctuary on the edge of the Kileloni Hill), wild dog, leopard, cheetah, lion and plenty of plains game including giraffe, zebra, eland and wildebeests.
For keen ornithologists, Enonkishu is home to over 350 species of birds, including a variety of eagles, vultures and the stunningly bright superb starling. Enonkishu also is host to a working cattle ranch. The Maasai Mara, acknowledged as one of the most important areas for biodiversity in Africa, where the diversity of wildlife is higher than in any other part in Africa.