Mahali Mzuri

Trade unionist Francis Atwoi is a romantic man. He is well known for spoiling his third wife Mary Kilobi. He goes all out and no Kenyan man can match him.

From throwing her big parties to flying her to destinations of her choice on her birthday, Atwoli beats his counterparts 10 nil.

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The power couple has been at the Maasai Mara for the past week and they stayed at the Mahali Mzuri Safari Camp, one of the best hotels in the area. They flew into the camp in a helicopter.

Mary Kilobi

Mahali Mzuri is Sir Richard Branson’s 12-tented luxury safari camp situated in the private Olare Motorogi Conservancy in the wider Maasai Mara ecosystem.

Mahali Mzuri has 12 unique tented suites accommodating a maximum of 24 guests at any time. The tents are perched on a ridge overlooking the valley with a distinctive design adapted to the local climate terrain.

Ten of the 12 tents are designed to accommodate two adults and all can be split into twin beds and the remaining two tents are configured so that the sitting area is enclosed with fold-out sofa beds accommodating up to two additional guests at least according to the establishment’s website.

A night at the Mahali Mzuri Safari Camp costs between Ksh 296,627 to Ksh 329,447 per night. For six nights you’ll pay between Ksh 1,779,758 to Ksh  2 million depending on the season.

So Atwoli spent nothing less than a million depending on the days they spent at the spacious and luxurious camp.

Mahai Mzuri Safari camp

Mahai Mzuri Safari camp

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Check out photos of the couple on a game drive at the Maasai Mara National Reserve.

Francis Atwoli

Mary Kilobi
Mary Kilobi during a game drive in the Maasai mara

Francis Atwoli

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Masai Mara you were good to us.

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