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Maasai 'boma' (hut) in working village by Amboseli

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Maasai 'boma' (hut) in working village by Amboseli

Earth house
4 guests2 bedrooms2 bedsToilet with sink
4 guests
2 bedrooms
2 beds
Toilet with sink

Stay in a traditional Maasai 'boma' (hut) on the border of the Amboseli national park, with a Maasai tribe. Learn how to spot wildlife in the bush, cook Maasai food, make Maasai jewelry and milk a cow!
The boma is very very basic - intrepid adventurers only need apply. There is one long drop toilet, and no shower. The village is not inside the park, so no park fees are necessary. Jackson, your Maasai host, will meet you in Namanga or Kimana to take you to your new home!


Indoor fireplace
Unavailable: Smoke detector
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide detector
The host hasn't reported smoke or carbon monoxide detectors on the property.
Entire place
You’ll have the space to yourself and will only share it with those you’re travelling with.


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Hosted by Robyn

London, United KingdomJoined in June 2013
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Robyn, a filmmaker from London. I work in TV and film, and I always end up travelling far away for work, leaving room for visitors.
Interaction with guests
A big part of your stay will be interacting with Jackson, your host - who speaks English, Swahili and Maasai - and the other members of the community. The children are always very keen to meet the visitors! You will have the opportunity to go on bush walks to look for wildlife,…
Languages: English, Français
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within a day
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About this place
When you stay in an Airbnb, you’re staying at someone’s place.
This is Robyn’s place.
Samantha helps host.

The neighborhood

Things to keep in mind

Check-in: 11AM - 5PM
Check-in: 11AM - 5PM

House Rules

  • Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
  • No pets