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Laikipia Accommodation

Accommodation in Laikipia

We invite you to join us for an adventure, an experience, an authentic essence of Kenya’s most...
We invite you to join us for an adventure, an experience, an authentic essence of Kenya’s most independent people and to learn to live with them today as they have lived for generations. We organise exciting itineraries to beautiful wilderness locations in small, exclusive groups. Our trips are fun, comfortable, exciting and occasionally challenging. They will take you to remote areas where you will spend your days outdoors in landscapes untouched by the modern world, and where essential comforts are all catered for. Guests stay in our elegant tented camp, in cosy four-poster beds in safari tents pitched in the shade, overlooking the river. Each tent has its own bathroom and hot shower, hidden in the thicket with great views. We will treat you to delicious western-style meals and snacks, nourishing and well balanced to replenish your energies yet light enough to be enjoyable in the heat of the bush. There is a mess area where we enjoy our meals together, often in the company of ground squirrels, kingfishers, starlings and many other pretty birds. We then spend the nights comfortably chatting around the bonfire. The camp is located in the Il Ngwesi Community Conservancy, in northern Laikipia, close to Nanyuki and Isiolo towns. The 16 500 hectare conservancy is owned and managed by the Laikipiak Maasai.
from R17431

Sanctuary at Ol Lentille

Sleeps 16 in 4 rooms

The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille is perched on the flanks of a wooded rock koppie, in the heart of a private conservation area comprising...
The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille is perched on the flanks of a wooded rock koppie, in the heart of a private conservation area comprising 20,000 acres of grassy hills and deep valleys, heavily wooded with many acacia species and African olives. It is named for Ol Lentille, a huge hill from the top of which an astonishing panorama of Northern Kenya unfolds. The Ol Lentille Conservancy is home to the endangered African wild dog, greater kudu, leopard, striped and spotted hyena and klipspringer, as well as many elephant. The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille is a collection of four private, full-service, fully staffed houses for the discerning few. All the houses at Ol Lentille have access to a spectacular horizon swimming pool with lounging ‘pods’ and a library where you may read, write, relax, or chat with fellow guests and hosts. Atop the library is the viewing deck, which features an open fire, a bar and a GPS-controlled telescope to bring the heavens even closer. In addition, great food is tailored to your tastes and served wherever and whenever you want by our chef. Activities at The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille include day and night game drives, bush walks, horse riding, camel treks, mountain biking, quad bikes, fly camping, spa treatments, boules and croquet, as well as a Maasai craft village. The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille is your own private paradise in the bush.
from R16163

Ol Malo

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Ol Malo offers luxury accommodation situated on the northern edge of the Laikipia Plateau. The lodge offers full board accommodation,...
Ol Malo offers luxury accommodation situated on the northern edge of the Laikipia Plateau. The lodge offers full board accommodation, ideal for family vacations in the Place of the Great Kudud. Accommodation consists of four exclusive cottages, all individually decorated and with their own private veranda. The lodge itself features a dining room and a large sitting room with a fireplace where guests are welcome to relax and warm up after a game drive in one of our 4X4 vehicles. The horizon swimming pool provides superb views over the valley, and the lodge also offers a laundry service, gift shop, Internet access and credit card facilities. Electricity is provided by a 240 V generator and runs in the mornings and evening hours. Horse riding is also one of the best ways to enjoy the wildlife. Here at Ol Malo we have our own horses, and these small, Somali-type ponies are strong and good for trekking. We cater for all riding levels and provide riding hats, riding jodhpurs or chaps, as well as riding boots with mainly Argentinian saddles on the horses. Other activities at the lodge includes game drives, game walks with experienced guides, camel rides across the plains, mountain biking, cultural visits and swimming. A masseuse can also be arranged on request.
from R15117

Lewa House

Sleeps 12 in 3 rooms

Lewa House is located in the very heart of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. This small, owner-run lodge offers unique access to all corners...
Lewa House is located in the very heart of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. This small, owner-run lodge offers unique access to all corners of this world-renowned conservation area. Perched on the crest of a hill, Lewa House looks out over a range of ecosystems that make up the protected area and offers excellent access to all aspects of this rich wildlife arena. Through a range of authentic activities, guests are able to unlock and understand what is being achieved here. The cottage-style rooms are spread out along the hillside, all looking to the expanse of wilderness to the north. There are three family-style rustic cottages, each comprising of two elegantly furnished en-suite rooms and a large shared verandah. The cottages are built with sustainable, ecological principles in mind whilst being exceptionally comfortable and spacious, with wonderful views across the surrounding landscape. The central area is a large elegant building with an open fireplace at one end where guests can relax during the day and mingle with a drink before dinner, and at the other end is a large family dining table where evening meals are served. There is also a large shaded veranda extending away from the main lodge with a comfortable seating area from which you can enjoy a cool afternoon drink and soak in the very special atmosphere of Lewa House. Beautiful shaded gardens surround the lodge and breakfast or lunch is often served on the lawn. The lodge also has a large swimming pool which overlooks a waterhole, often providing some of the best game-viewing on Lewa. Lewa House offers a diverse range of activities, including game drives, game walks, horse riding, camel rides, cultural trips to the local Ngwesi Village, and scenic biplane flights.
from R25195

Jambo Mutara Camp

Sleeps 28 in 14 rooms

The exclusive Jambo Mutara Camp is where untamed Africa meets true luxury. Sitting just above the tropical equator, to the north of the...
The exclusive Jambo Mutara Camp is where untamed Africa meets true luxury. Sitting just above the tropical equator, to the north of the ancient Aberdares Forest, and west of the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya, the camp is located in one of the most unique places on Earth. While iconic wildlife surrounds you, our tailor-made luxury tents offer the most unforgettable camping experience. Equipped with top-class interior furnishings and an en-suite bathroom, it is very easy to forget you are in a tent. Experience many mouth-watering moments at our restaurant. Our chef has international experience, and has developed a menu infused with local flavours and exotic dishes to suit any palate. We also offer an a la carte menu and meals especially for children, and are happy to accommodate any dietary requirement. The camp is teeming with wildlife, and is a great place to experience the excitement of an African safari. Our guides, who will accompany you on morning and evening game drives, have been professionally trained in tracking, spotting and species identification. For the more laid back, guests can indulge in bush massages, leisurely sundowners and meals in the bush. Together with personal service like no other, luxury accommodation in tailor-made canvas tents, world-class furnishings, unbeatable safaris and many memorable meals at our restaurant, one can confidently say that the Jambo Mutara Camp will not disappoint.
from R7955

Borana Lodge

Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Borana is one of East Africa's original fully hosted, family-owned eco-lodge and is located within the vast area of the Ewaso ecosystem on...
Borana is one of East Africa's original fully hosted, family-owned eco-lodge and is located within the vast area of the Ewaso ecosystem on the Laikipia Plateau. With snow-tipped peaks and the glaciers of Mount Kenya to the south and a panorama of mountains and desert to the north, Borana provides an idyllic setting for any African experience. Laikipia is an area of exceptional beauty, enjoying some of Kenya's most prolific wildlife, as well as the highest populations of endangered species in the country. Accommodation is offered in eight cottages, each unique in style but all comfortable and cosy, with fireplaces and private verandahs. Guests will enjoy views over the Samangua Valley and lake, where elephants love to swim. The sitting and dining rooms are within the main lodge with log fires, rosewood tables and snug sofas, creating the atmosphere for entertaining evenings, while a stunning horizon swimming pool is ideal for relaxing. Borana is famous for its horse riding adventures, but exploring the surrounding bush in Land Rovers is equally exciting with our intrepid and experienced guides. Sam and Amory lead walks on the ranch, and for the more active, mountain bike rides down the escarpment offer an adrenalin rush. The ranch is also perfect for picnics, sundowners on Pride Rock, the original inspiration for Disney's Lion King, and bush dinners. Alternatively, a day with Michael Dyer offers the chance to understand the challenge of establishing a balance between wildlife management and cattle ranching. We also recommend a visit to Kisima, where Michael's brothers Martin and Charlie farm roses, sheep and wheat. On your return to the lodge, a relaxing massage is on offer in the comfort and privacy of your room.
from R16480

Mukima House

Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

Standing on a 360-acre private conservancy, with a wonderful view of Mount Kenya, the fully staffed Mukima House comfortably accommodates...
Standing on a 360-acre private conservancy, with a wonderful view of Mount Kenya, the fully staffed Mukima House comfortably accommodates 14 people in seven en-suite bedrooms. The house was built on a grand scale in the forties and has been recently rescued, rebuilt and refurbished. Handmade cedar floors, cedar windows and immense cedar beams make this house one of Kenya's most exceptional surviving examples of a past era. Here you can unpack your bags and spend your holiday relaxing in the luxury and privacy of your own magnificent home, visiting the many local parks and amenities as and when you please. The double-storey house, set in vivid tropical flowerbeds with expansive lawns, features seven en-suite bedrooms, a games room, house office with a broadband satellite connection, a large kitchen with store room and laundry room, a cloakroom, drawing room, dining room, a generous entrance hall, and an upstairs gallery. The first floor open terrace is perfect for sundowners while watching the white egrets fly home to roost on the dam against the backdrop of the mountain and the African dusk. Just as stunning on the clear mornings is the sunrise, which silhouettes the mountain in soft pink and blue. The front of the house also boasts a large wrap-around verandah, used for daytime dining.
from R5705

Ol Pejeta House

Sleeps 12 in 5 rooms

The Ol Pejeta Conservancy, which is host to all the members of the Big 5, has a higher wildlife-to-area ratio than any Kenyan national park...
The Ol Pejeta Conservancy, which is host to all the members of the Big 5, has a higher wildlife-to-area ratio than any Kenyan national park and is one of only four private game conservancies to have been founded in Kenya. Set in extensive grounds with glorious views of Mount Kenya, this opulent mansion features a series of reception rooms, including an elegant drawing room with baronial fireplace and a series of scenic verandas which extend right around the house. The imposing dining room is served by its own dedicated chef and kitchens, and menus can be tailored exactly to suit our guests' wishes. Accommodation includes a private guest cottage, two master suites and two guest bedrooms, while the grounds include two private swimming pools and a braai and external dining area. At the forefront of the Kenyan conservancy programme, the conservancy boasts the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa. It also hosts the only chimpanzee sanctuary in Kenya and shelters large numbers of rare and endangered species.
from R5928

Lewa Wilderness Camp

Sleeps 18 in 9 rooms

Lewa Wilderness is one of Kenya’s oldest private safari experiences. For forty years, guests have been coming to this remarkable region to...
Lewa Wilderness is one of Kenya’s oldest private safari experiences. For forty years, guests have been coming to this remarkable region to be part of an adventure like no other. Those four decades have seen that passion passed down through the Craig family who proudly continue to run Lewa Wilderness today. Lewa Wilderness is one of the original family homes and is still home to Will and Emma Craig. Guests can relax by the fire in the cosy sitting room and share meals around a long banquet table in the open-air dining room. Natural springs, home-raised livestock, and a five-acre organic garden are transformed by skilled chefs into incredible, healthy and delicious food. There are just nine exclusive rooms; five are Hill Rooms looking down the Lewa’s Western Marania Valley, while the other four are Garden Rooms on the lush lawn adjacent to the main living areas. All feature a sitting room area with a well-stocked bar and open log fireplace for our frequent cool nights, as well as spacious en-suite facilities. The Garden Rooms at Lewa Wilderness are nearest the main areas and are built in pairs, with private en-suite facilities and a shared veranda and sitting room. The layout of these rooms is ideal for a family or those who do not want to walk too far as they are nearer the main facilities. The rooms are flanked and fronted by well-kept lawns which give families that extra outdoor space to use. There is a view down to the bush pool and onto the Lewa Wilderness valley beyond. The Garden Rooms were built to cater for families and remain very close to the heart of everything that happens here. The Hill Rooms have been added most recently to take advantage of the stunning northerly views from Lewa. On a clear day, which is most days, the view stretches away giving a true perspective of just how remote this setting is. Each room is quite different in its layout and sleeping configuration and takes advantage of the uneven hillside to form unusual shapes which load them with character. Every room also features en-suite facilities and its own private sitting area, bar and veranda. Activities include horse riding, walking with the Masai, game drives, scenic flights, camel rides, cultural visits to local communities, farm and craft tours, visits to the local school, prehistoric sites, tennis, and swimming in the horizon saltwater swimming pool overlooking the ravine. A private ranch, a private house and a private paradise; that is Lewa Wilderness.
from R16163

Laragai House

Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Laragai sits on the edge of a plateau on Borana Ranch overlooking the Northern Frontier to the north and Lewa Downs to the east, whilst the...
Laragai sits on the edge of a plateau on Borana Ranch overlooking the Northern Frontier to the north and Lewa Downs to the east, whilst the snow-capped peaks of Mt. Kenya lie to the south. It is the ultimate home from home, designed for groups of friends or families who want to get away from it all. Opulent interiors invite fun and relaxation, whilst the grounds have a spectacular heated pool, tennis court and garden games such as croquet and bowls. Activities include adventurous walks and drives to seek out Borana's wildlife, or horse rides around the extensive landscapes that characterize this area of Kenya. Families with children especially enjoy going down to the waterfalls with a picnic or visiting the local community projects in Borana's neighbouring villages. Laragai makes an ideal party house for anniversaries or birthdays. Only available on an exclusive basis, Laragai can sleep 12 adults and four children in six large double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and two children's rooms with a shared bathroom. The unusually large drawing room has open fireplaces at both ends and plenty of space for large groups. Dinner is usually enjoyed in the large separate dining room, whilst breakfast and lunch are served on an elevated deck with panoramic views, or in the cool shade of the pool house.
from R57046

Porini Rhino Camp

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

The combination of amazing wildlife and stunning views across the open plains of Ol Pejeta guarantees an unforgettable safari experience....
The combination of amazing wildlife and stunning views across the open plains of Ol Pejeta guarantees an unforgettable safari experience. Ol Pejeta Conservancy has a large area of over 60,000 acres reserved exclusively for 4x4 safari vehicles and small exclusive eco-camps. Porini Rhino Camp is hidden in a secluded valley and set amongst shady acacia trees on the banks of a seasonal river. The camp consists of six spacious guest tents, each comfortably furnished with en suite bathrooms. The camp is very environmentally friendly with solar powered lighting and no generator. Game drives are taken in the camp’s 4x4 safari vehicles with qualified safari guides. Guided walks are taken on the open plains escorted by Maasai warriors. Night drives are also taken to see the nocturnal animals. All the Big Five have been seen on game drives from the camp. Facilities and activities included for all guests: Large Safari tents with a double and single bed, solar electric lights, en-suite bathrooms with flush lavatory and safari shower. All meals and picnic lunches, free mineral water, sodas, gin, beer and house wine. Custom built 4x4 safari vehicles for game drives. Expert driver-guides. Morning, evening and night game drives in Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Escorted walk with Maasai guides. Sundowner drinks to watch the sunset from scenic viewing points. Transfers from airstrip to Porini Rhino Camp are included in package price.
from R5942

Sosian

Sleeps 14 in 7 rooms

Sosian is a 24,000 acre private wildlife conservancy. We pride ourselves on managing a unique blend of tourism, conservation and...
Sosian is a 24,000 acre private wildlife conservancy. We pride ourselves on managing a unique blend of tourism, conservation and traditional cattle ranching in Laikipia’s highlands. Sosian’s original ranch house was built in the 1940s by Italian artisans and beautifully restored in recent years to accommodate up to 14 people, while maintaining the welcoming atmosphere of a private home, known now as Sosian Lodge. The lodge features a beautiful rock swimming pool, set beside a soaring open sided thatched roof house spaced with hammocks and comfy day beds, a tennis court, riding manege, and organic vegetable garden. The ranch lies at high altitude, which makes for a perfect climate with no record of malaria. Seven cottages are dotted throughout the garden, a wonderful haven dominated by verdant greenery and flowers all set against a back drop of Mount Kenya with views for miles over the Laikipia Plateau and true unspoilt Africa. Each cottage lies with its own private verandah and en-suite fully plumbed bathroom. Sosian's speciality is in providing a totally private game-viewing experience, away from the restrictions of National Park rules. This sense of freedom and exploration means that we can offer action-packed adventures in the surrounding Laikipia wilderness. Trekking, bush walks, riding, camel safaris, game drives, and night-drives all offer a multitude of unique ways to seeing game. The guiding is of the highest standards and complement the huge range of activities available. Sosian also offers specialized walking safaris; exploring the bush and tracking animals during the day on foot and sleeping in a mobile tented camp each night which moves daily to a new location, often based on the course of a perennial or seasonal river. As well as looking for wildlife, other activities include fishing, archery, tennis, rafting, tubing down the river, and swimming in the rivers after jumping off waterfalls. A visit to a nearby Samburu settlement should not be missed and provides a fascinating insight into traditional pastoral life which has not changed appreciably in hundreds of years. Sosian has an expanding herd of over 600 Boran cattle, including a pedigree breeding herd and small dairy. A tour of the ranching side of Sosian is another fascinating activity not to be missed. Guests can lend a hand with dipping, weighing and vaccinating, and learn about the trials of keeping unfenced cattle in this wild environment full of large predators. Sosian is well-known for its delicious home cooking, using fresh ingredients from the garden, and its warm and friendly hospitality. There are a variety of wonderful places to eat, including picnics by the river, lunches by the swimming pool and bush dinners around an open fire followed by camping under the stars for the more adventurous. As well as big herds of elephant, zebra, buffalo, numerous species of antelope, giraffe and hippo, lion, leopard, cheetah and spotted hyenas are also regularly spotted. Sosian is home to some rare and endangered mammal species such as Jackson’s hartebeest, Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, striped hyena and aardwolf. The birdlife is spectacular and large raptors such as Martial eagle, African hawk eagle, and bateleur are resident and often seen.
from R12677

Sweetwaters Serena Camp

Sleeps 78 in 39 rooms

This sheltered oasis is clustered around a waterhole and is set in the private Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Sweetwaters Serena Camp offers a...
This sheltered oasis is clustered around a waterhole and is set in the private Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Sweetwaters Serena Camp offers a charming blend of 'under canvas' ambiance and safari luxury. The camp features 39 luxury en-suite tents, 14 of which are on raised platforms. Each tent has a furnished, private veranda or balcony overlooking the waterhole. The tents are furnished with king-size or twin beds and mosquito nets; extra beds and cots can also be provided on request. Hot water bottles for those cold nights, as well as bathrobes, slippers, mineral water and toiletries are supplied. The tents are serviced and complimentary tea and coffee are available throughout the day. Hot and cold water is available, as well as electricity and on-call medical services. The camp has a supervised swimming pool, but it is not suitable for small children without parental supervision. Beauty and massage services are on offer, as well as a babysitting service. The laundry and shoe-shining service are added extras. A buffet-style breakfast and lunch is served and special diets like vegetarian, Kosher and gluten-free are catered for. A children’s menu and early dinner can also be arranged on request. A full English breakfast, as well as other European options, are available, while lunch typically includes meat, poultry, fish and vegetarian options. Dinner comprises a salad buffet, soup, an entrée, pudding, cheese and biscuits and tea or coffee. Sweetwaters has a light and airy conference room with all the necessary facilities. If you'd like to say ‘I do' under African skies, and spend your honeymoon in a land of incomparable enchantment, do it at Sweetwaters. All that is needed, from a marriage certificate to cake and champagne, will be arranged and the camp offers unique accommodation packages for family and friends. Sweetwaters is host to the Big 5 and the conservancy has a higher wildlife-to-area ratio than any other Kenyan national park. The conservancy also boasts the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa, hosts the only chimpanzee sanctuary in Kenya, and shelters large numbers of rare and endangered species. Guests can go on day and night game drives, guided bird walks, morning lion tracking or visit the Ereri Cultural Village. The camp can be reached by road or air and transfers can be provided, but please provide arrival time in advance.
from R4474

Lewa Safari Camp

Sleeps 26 in 12 rooms

Lewa Safari Camp has a stunning location within the wildlife and rhino conservancy. There are outstanding game viewing opportunities from...
Lewa Safari Camp has a stunning location within the wildlife and rhino conservancy. There are outstanding game viewing opportunities from the camp as well as views of Mount Kenya to the south and the arid lowlands to the north. Each tent has a thatched roof, a verandah and a full en-suite bathroom which is very much in the Lewa-style. The central areas have exquisite gardens with a sunny verandah and a swimming pool to enjoy during the day. Cosy log fires can be found in the lounge and dining room during the chilly evenings. The camp is based within the private 65,000-acre wildlife conservancy of the Lewa Wilderness Trust. The conservancy is home to about 10 percent of Kenya's black rhino population, and the single largest population of grevy's zebra in the world. Lewa re-invests all the profits generated from tourism into its core programmes. When you visit Lewa, you will help thousands of people from different backgrounds and cultures to improve their lives and give their children a future, while at the same time ensuring Africa's wildlife has a stable home.
from R14895

Laikipia Wilderness Camp

Sleeps 15 in 5 rooms

This small and personal bush camp boasts beautiful views of Mount Kenya and surrounding wilderness. We specialise in making each day an...
This small and personal bush camp boasts beautiful views of Mount Kenya and surrounding wilderness. We specialise in making each day an adventure and will suggest a programme designed to suit you. We offer game drives and walking safaris which can be focused on specific interests such as photography, tracking game on foot, following specific species and watching animal behaviour. With three children of our own, we welcome visitors of all ages. The camp consists of a tented mess building with dining room, bar, sitting room with library, and a deck with a camp-fire in the evenings. The surrounding area is fantastic for big numbers of elephants, giraffe, hippo, Grevy’s zebra, leopard, wild dog, lion, striped and spotted hyena, aardwolf, aardvark, and over 280 species of birds. We work closely with the Laikipia Predator Project collecting data from our sightings of wild dogs and lions, some of whom are fitted with radio collars for this research and our guests are able to participate in this. We also run walking safaris using a lightweight mobile camp, enabling us to follow the wildlife and adventure rather than a set route. Starting at Laikipia Wilderness Camp these can finish at one of Laikipia’s luxury lodges which offer a whole different aspect to a safari from quad-biking to horse-riding, camel safaris, spa treatments and infinity pools. In addition to walking safaris, we run expeditions to places we love such as Lake Bogoria Baringo and Turkana. We have 20 years of experience running walking safaris, expeditions and camps in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Kenya. This is our way of life and our passion and we love sharing this amazing area with guests from all over the world. Together with a small team of local Kenyans who grew up in this area and our three young sons we would like to welcome you to Laikipia.
from R13311

Sabuk Lodge

Sleeps 17 in 7 rooms

Sabuk Lodge is remote and beautiful; an exclusive wilderness haven on the edge of the Northern Laikipia Plateau. The lodge is perched on...
Sabuk Lodge is remote and beautiful; an exclusive wilderness haven on the edge of the Northern Laikipia Plateau. The lodge is perched on a cliff overlooking the Ewaso Nyiro River, which cascades beneath the lodge all year round. Sabuk, which remains a family home, offers wilderness and stunning views of the Laikipia plains towards Mount Kenya, as well as the Karisa Hills and Mathews Mountains in the north. Accommodation is offered in six en-suite, open-front stone and thatch cottages. Each cottage has a private veranda with stunning views. Ideal for families, Eagle Cottage contains two fantastic en-suite rooms; one with a king-size bed and the other with three single beds. Eagle Cottage also has its own exclusive ‘mess’ and plunge pool. Activities at Sabuk Lodge include guided nature walks, game drives, camel safaris and excursions, fly camping, cultural visits, bush breakfasts and picnic lunches on the river banks, hilltop sundowners, line fishing, river swimming, tubing the rapids, rock jumping, and horse riding.
from R13469

Il Ngwesi Lodge

Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Il Ngwesi Lodge is situated in the Il Ngwesi tourism regionof Kenya. The lodge offers accommodation in a small and intimate lodge ideal for...
Il Ngwesi Lodge is situated in the Il Ngwesi tourism regionof Kenya. The lodge offers accommodation in a small and intimate lodge ideal for a quiet holiday. Situated in the heart of Africa, guest can experience the amazing Maasai Culture and game viewing at its best. The lodge has individual Bandas all crafted with local materials to fit in with the beautiful natural surroundings. The private en suite bathrooms have hot water showers. The water is heated by a solar-heating system. The Bandas each have a patio overlook the bush. Enjoy a refreshing dip in the infinity pool after the morning game drive. Meals are prepared by the expert chefs who will cater for any special dietary requirements and sample a taste of some traditional dishes.
from R10290

Loisaba Cottage

Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Loisaba Cottage is a lovely self-contained cottage set back from the escarpment in Loisaba Private Wilderness in Northern Laikipia. The...
Loisaba Cottage is a lovely self-contained cottage set back from the escarpment in Loisaba Private Wilderness in Northern Laikipia. The cottage is set in beautifully landscaped gardens with a private swimming pool. The cottage is suitable for groups of up to six adults and four children or eight adults and two children or even as an exclusive honeymoon getaway. The cottage has two double en-suite bungalow rooms in the gardens, one double en-suite room accessed just off the main area with an open front and smaller bathroom, and one double or twin mezzanine room above the main area, with access to a large bathroom via an external staircase. The 61,000-acre private wildlife conservancy offers a wide range of exciting activities including horse riding, quad biking, cultural visits, and much more.
from R25956

Kifaru House

Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Kifaru House is a magical lodge located on a hilltop in the Lewa Wildlife conservancy. The house sleeps up to 12 people and is perfect for...
Kifaru House is a magical lodge located on a hilltop in the Lewa Wildlife conservancy. The house sleeps up to 12 people and is perfect for large families and groups travelling together. The lodge offers a handful of staff ready to cater to your every need. The lodge consists of five separate huts serving as private bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. The central building houses the dinning and sitting room which includes a fully-stocked bar, two large fireplaces and plenty of space to curl up and enjoy a book. The neighbouring library is equipped with a TV, DVD player, a computer and Wi-Fi. The covered terrace is furnished with comfortable sofas and is the perfect place to enjoy al fresco dinning. A short walk down a path leads to the heated swimming pool. The pool house has a sitting, dining and bar area, massage room and shower facilities. Meals are prepared by the chef. Guest are encouraged discuss their meal requirements, individual taste and dietary needs with the chef. There is a full in-house laundry service.
from R79230

Sirikoi

Sleeps 18 in 6 rooms

Sirikoi is a beautiful, small, family run lodge situated on private land and surrounded by the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Set in a shady...
Sirikoi is a beautiful, small, family run lodge situated on private land and surrounded by the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Set in a shady acacia grove and overlooking a natural waterhole towards the slopes of Mount Kenya, Sirikoi offers some of the best game viewing in East Africa. Evening sundowners with amazing views of distant mountain ranges, delicious meals served under the stars next to a roaring fire and the sounds of animals in camp late at night, are just a small part of this magical experience. A wide range of activities are offered, including helicopter and bi-plane trips, horseback riding, bush walks and picnics, and visits to a local Maasai community. You can also enjoy the beauty and solitude of remote and rarely visited destinations in Kenya by flying from Sirikoi to our luxury mobile camp for a night or two. Offering unparalleled hospitality in breathtaking surroundings, Sirikoi is one of the most outstanding lodges in Kenya, where you will be part of a unique African adventure.
from R20885
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