KENYA LODGES

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Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge

Nestled in the foothills of Mt. Kilimanjaro – Africa highest Mountain and beside a copse of giant acacia trees and gently flowing prings lies the Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge, with Kilimanjaro’s 6,000-meter-high snow capped peaks rising behind it. The lodge setting is magnificent with the park boasting more big game than almost anywhere else in Africa. The hotels has 92 rooms.

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Amboseli Sopa Lodge

Nestled in 190 acres of wooded Masai land, the lodge sits on the foot hills of Africa’s highest mountain, Mt Kilimanjaro. Mature wooded gardens with a variety of trees and plants, from thorn trees and acacias, to fragrant frangipanis, colourful bougainvillea and giant cactus plants thrive in these surroundings. 

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Aruba Lodge - Tsavo East

Ashnil Aruba Lodge lies in the heart of Tsavo East National Park in Kenya. The lodge comprises 40 deluxe ensuite guest rooms, a restaurant, swimming pool, souvenir shop and other facilities.

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Elephant Bedroom Camp - Samburu

Set on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in Samburu National Reserve surrounded by doum palms and other beautiful indigenous trees and shrubs sits this small and exclusive camp of 12 luxury tents - all furnished in rustic African style while offering all the comforts expected of a luxury Camp.

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Elsa Kopje's Camp - Meru

Elsa’s Kopje is almost invisible to the eye as you approach its home on Mughwango Hill. It blends into the rocky crags of the
“kopje” (small hill), built above the site of George Adamson’s original campsite. Every cottage is the ultimate ‘room-with-aview’, uniquely designed and crafted, incorporating the natural features of the rocky hillside.

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Kilanguni Serena Safari Lodge

Located on a ridge that commands magnificent sweeping views of the Chyulu hills at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro, Kilaguni was the first lodge ever to be built in a National park way back in 1962. The Lodge is located in the middle of the world renowned Tsavo National Park halfway between Nairobi and Mombasa and boasts a huge population of elephants.

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Severin Safari Camp - Tsavo West

The camp offers 27 luxurious accommodations spread over 25
hectares of bush land that includes 21 octagon tents, four lodge style junior suites and the look-out decks of the roomy Kibo
and Mawenzi suites that offers a splendid view of Mount
Kilimanjaro.

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Ngulia Safari Lodge - Tsavo West

The Lodge has 52 standard rooms, all with bath and shower and a balcony with a view of the vast wilderness and floodlit water holes. The Lodge is perched on the Ndawe Escarpment just below Ngulia Hills, overlooking the Rhino Sanctuary surrounded by Scenic Hills. Ngulia Safari Lodge no doubt has one of the most breathtaking views in Kenya.

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Finch Hattons Camp - Tsavo West

The camp accommodates up to 60 people in spacious safari “tents” attractively constructed in light beige canvas with large “windows”, wooden flooring and a permanent thatched roof. The emphasis issafariclubsmall on tasteful comfort with either double or twin beds, period brass lamps, writing desks and Afghan ‘Kilims.'

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Sarova Salt Lick - Tsavo West

Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge is a truly unique concept consisting of 96 rooms elevated on stilts, each overlooking a waterhole and linked by suspended walkways. At night, the waterholes are floodlit ensuring that you enjoy an uninterrupted view of the numerous animals arriving to quench their thirst.

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Sarova Taita Hills - Tsavo West

Located at the main entrance to the Sanctuary, Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge is an inviting stone building of 60 spacious rooms and two suites, all with their own private viewing balcony commanding views of the adjacent Taita Hills or the well maintained gardens and surrounding Sanctuary

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Voyager Ziwani - Tsavo West

With a spectacular view of mystical Mount Kilimanjaro, and easy access to the wild attractions of Tsavo West National Park, Voyager Ziwani offers a tranquil retreat in one of the wildest places left on Earth.

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Satao Elerai Camp - Amboseli

The elegantly furnished suite rooms have large sliding doors that open out onto your own private verandah overlooking the plains below and Amboseli Park. Elephants, giraffe’s and zebra are seen most days from the comfort of your room. Designed using natural rock and acacia wood, the bathrooms have their own naturally crafted bathtub and shower which is unique to Elerai.

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Satao Elerai Camp - Tsavo East

Nestled amongst trees and surrounding a central water-hole, the semi-circular layout of the camp provides an excellent viewing point for each of our guests. Satao Camp has 20 tents, all e-suite, thoughtfully positioned to ensure a full view of the camps “own” watering hole.

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Sentrim Camp - Tsavo East

Sentrim Tsavo East is located in Tsavo East National Park.  The entire 19 tents are spread out in a shadowed glade among Boskia trees.  The camp has the atmosphere of the pioneer camps of long ago while providing the luxury of a permanent camp with modern amenities. 

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Sentrim Camp - Amboseli

This luxurious tented lodge offers 60 modern tents with a private view onto Mt. Kilimanjaro. The spacious tents boast the very latest in luxury camping with soft beds, an ensuite bathroom with a steaming hot shower.

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Sentrim Camp - Masai Mara

Each of the spacious tents has a modern ensuite bathroom, hot and cold showers, writing desk and an elevated private balcony for spectacular views of the sunsets and the hills, which have abundant wildlife. The tents have got two double beds each, personal closets, flush toilets and sockets for battery charging for cameras.

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Sarova Shaba Lodge

Sarova Shaba Game Lodge is set along the bank of the Uaso Nyiro River laid out around the natural springs that flow into the river. The Lodge has a virtual mini forest of indigenuous trees, a fish pond and a large free form swimming pool. The Lodge has a presidential suite, 4 executive suites, 10 deluxe and 80 standard rooms, all with ensuite bathrooms.

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Samburu Serena Safari Lodge

Samburu Serena Safari Lodge is currently closed as we review the situation and assess the full extent of the damage. We shall provide further updates on the status of the lodge and our forward plans as we get a more concrete assessment of the situation.

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Samburu Lodge

Samburu game Lodge is set in 10 acres of pristine riverine forest on the western bank of the Uaso Nyiro River within the Samburu National Reserve in northern Kenya at an altitude of 857 meters above sea level. All cottages, rooms and suites numbering 61 in total,are decorated using the finest materials and fabrics.

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Samburu Intrepids Camp

Samburu Intrepids is a lush oasis on the banks of the great Uaso Nyiro River in Samburu Game Reserve. The tented lodge is a delight to be in – deliciously cooled by the river breeze and the forest. The luxury tented camp sits on raised decks overlooking the brown river where the elephants sometimes make an appearance or the crocodiles come out to lounge by the river.

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Leopard Rock Lodge

Leopard Rock Lodge is a fully refurbished upmarket Safari Lodge built on a 3.5Km river frontage, in the last remaining park devoted to wilderness Meru National park, along the Equator 310km from Nairobi, North East of Mt Kenya. 15 luxury cottage suites 75 sqm with private terrace, 2 bathrooms, floor Mazeras, Persian carpets, teak furniture.

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Larsens Camp

There are 20 free standing luxurious tented accomodations each with a private balcony. All tents are discreetly sited along the west bank of the Uaso Nyiro River with the result that the tents are bathed with light at sunrise. Each tent stands on a plinth of natural stone and all have en suite private bathrooms stocked with a range of Molton Brown toiletries, flushing toilets, hot water.

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Siana Springs Intrepids

Siana Springs Intrepids Camp offers 38 spacious tents situated in three secluded wings: the Bamboo wing, surrounded by bamboo groves and flowering ornamental trees near the main camp; the Palm wing, overlooking a series of springs, lily-clad ponds and lush indigenous forest; the Acacia wing, which occupies more open acacia woodland rich in birdlife.

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Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge

The Naivasha Simba Lodge is situated on the banks of Lake Naivasha, the cleanest lake in the Great Rift Valley. This fresh water lake was once Nairobi’s main landing strip for the luxury Flying Boats that came all the way from London. Travelers would then proceed to Nairobi by bus. It has no known outlet, which is considered a requisite for a fresh water lake!

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Olerai House

The house is nestled within a 400-acre wildlife sanctuary on the North shores of Lake Naivasha. The house is a web of five independent rooms, built from local materials, with beds made of vines, and walls inlaid with glass bottles. Rooms are each personally decorated by Oria with colourful Indian tapestries and local art.

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Great Rift Valley Lodge

From its panoramic perch above Lake Naivasha, the Great Rift Valley Lodge enjoys one of humankind’s oldest views – over the sweeping floor of the world’s largest valley. The lodge sits at about 7,000 feet, from which elevation it enjoys magnificent views to the west and east.

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Fairmont Mara Safari Club

Surrounded on three sides by the Mara River, and on the edge of the world’s Seventh “New” Wonder of the World – the Masai Mara - Fairmont Mara Safari Club is the epitome of tented luxury. The main lodge at the center of camp hosts an indoor restaurant, bar and library with Internet access to keep the relatives up to date with safari adventures.

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Mara Serena Safari Lodge

Each luxuriously-presented room is accommodated in its own stand-alone modular unit, with uninterrupted views, private balcony and spacious seating area. Activities include three daily game drives in custom-built traditional safari vehicles, ‘sundowners' in the bush, breakfast by the hippo pools, balloon safaris and exotic Maasai bush suppers.

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Porini Lion Camp, Masai Mara

The award-winning, eco-friendly Porini Lion Camp offers a unique opportunity to take guided walks with Maasai Warriors and experience day and night game drives within the Olare Orok Conservancy – a pristine and exclusive 20000-acre wilderness set aside for wildlife conservation and low-impact tourism

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Mara Porini Camp, Masai Mara

The Porini camp has 6 guest tents sited in the shade of Yellow-barked Acacia trees along the banks of the Laetoli, a permanent spring within Ol Kinyei . The camp accommodates a maximum of 12 guests, giving the experience of real camping in the bush in an exclusive private wilderness but with all the comforts required by discerning travellers.

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Little Governors Camp, Masai Mara

Little Governors’ is intimate in character, with just 17 luxury en-suite tents tucked around a large watering hole that teems with both birds and wildlife. The camp is approached by a boat ride across the Mara River, then an escorted walk through the riverine forest.

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Sarova Mara Game Camp

The Camp includes 20 Club Tents, 51 Standard Tents, 2 Family Tents, a Main Resturant, Bar and many bush dining options. The free form swimming pool has its own pool bar. The Camp has its own fleet of well equipped safari vehicles with excellent guides. 

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Mara Simba Lodge, Masai Mara

The Mara Simba lodge sits overlooking a dramatic bend on the bank of the Talek, a tributary of the Mara River, gently blending into the surrounding wilderness. Stretching almost a kilometer along the river the grounds on the bank remain in their virgin condition, while the landscaped gardens filled with indigenous trees at the back draw a great variety of birds and butterflies. 

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Mara Sopa Lodge, Masai Mara

Located on the slopes of Oloongams Hills, it is one of the first lodges to be built in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. Guests are drawn to this lodge built in an ethnic design, surrounded by a rich landscape, covered in fauna, from huge desert cacti to sweet smelling jasmine flowers, all within the Mara game reserve. 50 traditional round buildings with thatched roofs, each with 2 rooms.

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Keekorok Lodge, Masai Mara

Accommodation comprises of 87 Standard rooms, 10 Chaletes, 1 Executive Suite and 1 Presidential Suite (3 Bedrooms). These include stone-built bungalows with private verandas, single storey blocks and shaded tents, all with bathrooms en suite with constant hot water.

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Mara Leisure Camp, Masai Mara

Mara Leisure Camp promises you a unique safari adventure, including daily safari drives with our experienced local Masai guides, as well as educational outings and visits to several community development projects within the Talek area. For the discerning palate, we have expert chefs who prepare delicious cuisine.

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Sekenani Camp, Masai Mara

Simple elegance is the Sekenani style. The camp is built at the source of the Sekenani River which rises from a rock pool at the east end of the camp and forms the stream which flows in front of each tent. The tents themselves are large and raised off the ground on platforms.

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Olonana Luxury Tented Camp

Olonana Tented Camp is a luxurious camp situated in a private area of the Mara River at the foot of the Siria Escarpment in the Masai Mara in Kenya. The tents offer beautiful views overlooking the Mara River playing host to an abundance of wildlife. A variety of game viewing activities are available.

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Elephant Pepper Camp

Elephant Pepper Camp is located in the middle of a 3600 sq km wilderness. It is situated within the protected Mara North Conservancy, away from other lodges. Our spacious canvas tents are comfortably furnished, featuring en suite bathrooms with eco-friendly flush toilets and traditional safari showers.

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Kicheche Mara Camp

The camp prides itself on offering a friendly and intimate stay, with our hosts treating you as welcome guests, not just travel statistics. There are only eight tents, each comfortably furnished with an en-suite bathroom, flushing toilet and hot safari shower, low wattage lighting is supplied 24 hours

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Olumara Camp

The camp comprises just 10 tents and 1 family tent thus enhancing personalized services and bringing the home away from home feeling. Olumara is hidden in the shadow of indigenous trees. The camp recreates the atmosphere of the natural environment. Each room is furnished to a complete standard.

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Leleshwa Camp

Has warm hospitality and attention to detail provides a relaxed environment for you to enjoy the simplistic elegance that defines Leleshwa Camp. Our seven secluded and spacious tents create an ideal atmosphere to relax, listen to the quiet and enjoy breathtaking views. Each tent opens out onto a large verandah and includes a super king size bed and adjoining bathrooms. 

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Ol Seki Hemingways Mara

"This private tented camp bordering the Masai Mara is your enclave of luxury in the wildest terrain of Kenya. We have a choice of 10 exclusive tents in which to host you and the entire 200km square of Naboisho Conservancy to reveal exclusively to you.

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Mara Buffalo Camp

Mara Buffalo Camp Bamboo wing (19 tents), is surrounded by bamboo groves and flowering ornamental trees near the main camp. The Palm Wing (nine "Bandas" ), overlooking a series of springs, lily-clad ponds and lush indigenous forest, and the Acacia Wing (ten "Bandas"), which occupies more open acacia woodland rich in bird life on the camp boundary.

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Mara Bush Camp

All 12 river front tents have been placed far enough apart to guarantee complete tranquillity & privacy. Mara Bush Camp is a mobile camp and discreetly ‘tucked away’ in a riverine forest on the banks of the seasonal Olare Orok River. It is less than 1 km from Ol Kiombo airstrip.

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Mara Enkipai Safari Camp

8 spacious traditional safari tents. The tents are set on the edge of the Mara River, boasting spectacular views. Each tent has been comfortably designed with furniture made by the local craftsmen using local material. Equipped with an en-suite bathroom, you can enjoy a traditional safari shower, as you later fall asleep to the music of the river and the whispers of nature.

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Mara Intrepids Camp

There are 32 tents at Mara Intrepids camp.  They are luxurious and spacious with private verandas and offer the ultimate in luxury in the bush. Two luxury family tents are available and provide luxury under canvas tastefully decorated with an African feel. The two bed-roomed family tents include a spacious lounge and an outside viewing deck overlooking the river and plains.

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Cottar Safari Camp

The camp has 10 tents in total (one unique honeymoon tent, five double tents and four family suites), all with en suite bathrooms. The family tents have living rooms with fireplaces. The entire camp is situated to ensure that tents are private and quiet whether for honeymooners or families with young children. 

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Governors’ Camp

Some of the 37 tents line the riverbank, tucked into the forest they enjoy uninterrupted views over the Mara River, others have views across the sweeping plains of the Masai Mara. Created in 1972 Governors’ Camp set new standards in luxury for a tented camp. Today it’s still Africa’s best. 

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Rekero Camp

Rekero is a tented camp that sits in the midst of the Kenya’s Mara Serengeti ecosystem and is home not only to the greatest concentration and diversity of wildlife in the world but also the Beaton and Looseyia Family.

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Tipilikwani Camp

Overlooking the vastness of the Masai Mara plains from the banks of River Talek is an exclusive, intimate yet vibrant Camp of 20 luxuriously appointed riverfront tents. The camp exudes warm and rich colours of Africa . Fine food, personalised service and traditional African hospitality compliment its beautiful location. 

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Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp

Kenya’s best loved safari camp, Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp is located in the remote north western area of the Masai Mara Reserve. Views of both savanna and forest are breathtaking and truly give you a spectacular Kenya safari experience. These luxurious safari tents offer private verandas and are laid out on immaculate grounds.

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Fig Tree Camp

Fig Tree Camp is located on the banks of the Talek River and offers both luxury tents and chalet accommodation. A new addition at Fig Tree Camp are theNgaboli tents, 10 presidential tents built on a private wing of the camp