Our Journey - our future plan
At Oseki Maasai Mara Camp, we strive to work together with the community as much as we can to make life a little easier for everyone. We are passionate about helping both animals as people. Therefore, all of our activities are solemly carried out by local Maasai peoples who are enthousiastic and passionate about their culture and fantastic natural environment. Each of our carefully designed activities has the best interest of both nature and Maasai culture in mind.
Oseki has the sole purpose of improving the living standard of the Maasai peoples and to bring sustainable Community Development through Responsible Tourism, both socially and Economically.
Through the Camp, we support Community Development (school & church) & we help to create jobs and a steady future. We hope to fight against the privatisation of fertile & rich Maasai land and the dissapearence of wildlife habitat and biodoversity in the Masai Mara. We have only just started our dream and really want to make a difference to make the environment we live in a better place, cherishing everything that nature has created for us!
My name is Dennis Shinka Parmuat. I was born in Sekenani village, just a mile from one of the Seven wonders of the world, famously known as, the ''Maasai Mara''. I have been working in this industry for 7 years, now ready to start my own camp in the Mara. I am trained as a true Maasai warrior myself and have lived in the jungle and the bush all my life.
The bush is what I am passionate about! I am a skilled tracker and guide and I love to entertain my guests on walks, game drives and during our other experiences, willing to go the extra mile and happy to show people the natural and cultural wonders of Kenya and the Masai Mara!
Jambo! My name is Anne and I have a passion for nature & culture. For me, it's the little things in life that make a difference... I have studied eco & wildlife in Velp in the Netherlands and African languages and cultures at Leiden University. I have travelled a big part of the world and on one of my travels I obtained my official guiding certificate in South Africa (FGASA level 1) which allows me to guide guests in wildlife reserves. My goal is to bring nature and people together.
Besides being co-host and co-owner of Oseki Maasai Mara Camp, I deal with bookings, sales and marketing side of the camp.
Check out our new airbnb experiences to find the best match for your upcoming travels to the Masai Mara! (To be found under Narok County) We would love for you to make a difference by visiting us down the Mara!
Our motto: ''Don't call it a dream, call it a plan!
See you soon!
Dennis & Anne
Wildebeest migration, safari wildlife photography, adventure in the Masai Mara, Create your own adventure, Cultural tours in the Masai Mara