The dozen rooms at the old Aero Club of East Africa, at Nairobi’s domestic Wilson Airport are available for non-members and make a very convenient base if you’re flying out of Wilson the next morning – or if you've just arrived at Wilson and won't be leaving Nairobi until the next day... Read more about Aero Club of East Africa
|23%|97% (28 reviews)
Appealing both to safari purists and those seeking a little luxury, Naboisho Camp is the most upmarket of the handful of new, small camps in the relatively little-visited Mara Naboisho Conservancy. Surrounded by untouched savanna and dense thicket, it is located in a game-rich ... Read more about Naboisho Camp
|23%|98% (41 reviews)
The Emakoko is an upmarket, owner-managed lodge, that opened at the beginning of 2012. It straddles the southern boundary of Nairobi National Park, marked by the gorge of the Mbagathi River in an area where three rivers converge. The lodge has the national park's much underrated ... Read more about The Emakoko
|15%|78% (48 reviews)
Opened in 2009, the Ole-Sereni is the closest Nairobi has to an airport hotel, although its newer neighbour, the Eka Hotel, is a worthy challenger. The building, which formerly housed the US Embassy, borders the fence that runs along the north side of Nairobi National Park, ... Read more about Ole-Sereni
|15%|88% (40 reviews)
Macushla House is a converted home situated in the leafy, quiet Langata area of southwest Nairobi. This residential suburb is about 18km from downtown Nairobi and 30km from the international airport.
Because Macushla House is owner-managed, it has a very personal and intimate feel to it... Read more about Macushla House
|15%|94% (18 reviews)
Located in Bisanadi National Reserve, right next to the main Meru National Park, Offbeat Meru is a traditional tented camp, looking across a small river. The camp has all the basic comforts, but very little in the way of permanent structures, so is likely to appeal to safari ... Read more about Offbeat Meru
|15%|95% (8 reviews)
Encounter Mara is a luxury tented camp, opened in 2011, tucked in a shady forest of orange-leaf croton and Euclea trees on the edge of a vast open plain in the recently created Mara Naboisho Conservancy. There are no permanent structures at the camp and thus never anything ... Read more about Encounter Mara
Little Governors Camp
|15%|96% (5 reviews)
On the lip of an old oxbow of the Mara River, now a broad marsh frequented by elephants, Little Governors’ Camp is one of only two places to stay in the Mara Triangle sector of the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Getting to Little Governors’, there’s some extra excitement ... Read more about Little Governors
Governors Il Moran Camp
Set on the inside of a thickly wooded bend of the Mara River in the Musiara sector of the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Governors Il Moran Camp is just 1km north of the main Governors Camp as the crow flies. It's designed as a more exclusive version of the original formula, ... Read more about Governors Il Moran
|8%|70% (2 reviews)
One of Kenya’s older game lodges, dating back to 1974, Marsabit Lodge is a simple tourist lodge on the lush shores of a forest-fringed crater lake in the remote Marsabit National Park, roughly mid-way between Mount Kenya and the Ethiopian border.
Marsabit National Park ... Read more about Marsabit Lodge
|8%|96% (21 reviews)
Located in the quiet Mara North Conservancy, Offbeat Mara sits near the Olare Orok River and is nestled into the bush so discreetly that you can barely see it once you are outside of camp. It’s small, comfortable and unfenced: an authentic tented camp. The Offbeat lion ... Read more about Offbeat Mara
|8%|97% (6 reviews)
One of the oldest camps in the Mara, located on a thickly forested meander of the Mara River, Governors Camp is also one of the biggest. This is really the main location of a giant camp split into three neighbouring sites, consisting of this the main Governors camp, Little ... Read more about Governors Camp
Ol Pejeta Bush Camp
|8%|100% (3 reviews)
Ol Pejeta Bush Camp is an informal, rustic-style bush camp on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in the northern part of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, in southern Laikipia.
The central area at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp was recently built in September 2016. It is a large, tan, concrete ... Read more about Ol Pejeta Bush Camp
Mara Plains Camp
|8%|100% (8 reviews)
Nestled in the trees on the edge of the Ntiakatek stream in the 120km2 (30,000 acre) private Olare-Motorogi Conservancy (previously known as Olare Orok), Mara Plains is a small, luxury tented camp which prides itself on offering personal, high-level service. Along with ... Read more about Mara Plains
|8%|100% (4 reviews)
Lewa Wilderness (sometimes known as Lewa Wilderness Trails or Wilderness Trails Lodge) is set on a steep valley side looking out over the Western Marania Valley and spring below. Started as a tented camp by the Craig family 30 years ago, it is now a comfortable, eight-room ... Read more about Lewa Wilderness
|8%|100% (1 reviews)
Sirikoi is a luxury safari camp and lodge, located by a game-rich waterhole in a private, 7000 acre (28-square-kilometre) area of the 250-square-kilometre Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, in south-eastern Laikipia. With only a handful of tents it aims to offer a very high-quality, ... Read more about Sirikoi
|8%|87% (15 reviews)
Opened at the start of 2012, Jafferji House is a new luxury boutique hotel located in the heart of Stone Town. It was formally the childhood home of locally-renowned photographer and tour operator, Javed Jafferji. He decided to open up his house by creating a high-end boutique ... Read more about Jafferji House
Kati Kati Camp
|8%|88% (10 reviews)
Kati Kati Camp is a one of the more simple tented camps located in the Central Serengeti near to Seronera. This area of the Serengeti has reliably good game viewing throughout the year, and is a good place to look for cheetah on the vast open plains.
The 10 tents at Kati ... Read more about Kati Kati Camp
|8%|93% (72 reviews)
Unguja Lodge is a small, relaxed and friendly lodge in a lovely spot overlooking the picturesque Menai Bay Conservation area.
The design of Unguja is modern and quite unique - lots of large white curving walls and high thatched makuti roofs give a feeling of space to the central areas... Read more about Unguja Lodge
|8%|95% (19 reviews)
Kilindi first opened its doors in March 2009 and it’s created quite a buzz ever since as one of the best hotels on Zanzibar. It has filled a gap in the luxury end of the market, and when we last visited in November 2013, it was clear that it had settled very well into this niche... Read more about Kilindi
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