Masai Mara: Food Guide - Dining Out

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Masai Mara Food Guide - Dining Out

When you stay in the Masai Mara, unless you are camping you will be dining at your accommodation. You’ll find that most camps and lodges serve a high-quality selection of English, African and Asian cuisine in the Masai Mara. Your dining area may be al fresco, lit by real fires, or in a cosy, wooden dining room. You may be able to dine privately on your verandah, or share a table with other camp guests as you regale each other with tales of the day’s game viewing in the Masai Mara.

Breakfast and lunch are often served buffet style, as guests are heading off out on game drives in the Masai Mara, and dinner will be table d’hote, with a choice of main courses. You may also enjoy a champagne breakfast after a balloon safari over the Masai Mara, or lunch in the open-air during a game drive.

If you’re on a camping safari in the Masai Mara, you will probably enjoy the services of a camp cook, who will conjure up some memorable feasts out in the wild.
If you’re visiting a Maasai village you may be able to sample delicacies such as sour milk!