Wellbeing in Kenya
A number of hotels, camps and lodges now offer wellbeing, massage and spa areas, often with well trained staff in charge. After a few hours of bumpy game driving, there's nothing like a rejuvenating swim, or a massage using local herbal preparations.
Kenya's best places for wellbeing
Sankara|100% (1 review)The Sankara has the first Angsana Spa in East Africa and offers the first rain-mist rooms in Kenya, therapy and treatment rooms using natural ingredients, plenty of chill-out and contemplation areas and highly trained staff. It’s open daily from 8.00am to 9.00pm. More about Sankara
Swahili BeachSwahili Beach has a very large gym and treatment centre, with six treatment rooms, a Jacuzzi, steam rooms, a hair and beauty salon and a juice bar. More about Swahili Beach
TribeHaving a heated pool is a plus in 1,700m-altitude Nairobi. There’s a small gym and the luxurious Kaya treatment centre which has a vast range of treatments (e.g. 90-minute custom massage at US$80) More about Tribe