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Of the limited number of accommodation options in Tsavo West, Severin Safari Camp is one of just three tented camps and unusual in being built on a flat plain that usually teems with wildlife. German owned, and run with enthusiastic devotion by a German couple, it is very ... Read more about Severin Safari Camp
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Built in 1986, Shimba Lodge is set on the edge of a large waterhole in a patch of dense forest in the Shimba Hills National Park, less than an hour’s drive from Diani Beach. The lodge is a simple ‘tree-hotel’, modelled after Treetops in Kenya’s Central Highlands, but better ... Read more about Shimba Lodge
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Asha Cottage is a small, owner-managed, guesthouse with just six rooms, all of which face onto the small, landscaped pool area. Run as a family business by Dominique De Bonis-Cosgrove and husband John Cosgrove, it concentrates on providing a very personal, low-key service ... Read more about Asha Cottage
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Spread out among tamarind and acacia trees near the seasonal Voi River, Satao Camp is the only camp in this area of Tsavo East National Park. Fairly large by safari standards, it is owned and managed by one of Kenya’s most respected safari companies, and is regularly visited ... Read more about Satao Camp
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