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Laikipia Wilderness opened in 2012 on the Ol Doinyo Lemboro Ranch about 2 hours drive north of Nanyuki. The camp has five spacious tents, and is supported by a small team of excellent staff. It specialises in game walks as much as game drives and has two easily observed ... Read more about Laikipia Wilderness
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This business-class hotel on the Mombasa highway is one of the closest in the capital to Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport – 12km away. Opened in 2012, it has a modern, functional style, late bar, and excellent buffet breakfasts.
Arriving at the Eka, your vehicle ... Read more about Eka Hotel
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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
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A new, upmarket, owner-managed lodge, opened at the beginning of 2012, The Emakoko 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
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Sirikoi is a luxury safari camp and lodge, located by a game-rich watering hole in a private area of the 250km² Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, in south-eastern Laikipia. With only a small number of tents it aims to offer a high-quality, personal experience.
Sirikoi was conceived ... Read more about Sirikoi
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Named after Elsa, the lioness raised by George and Joy Adamson and made famous by the story of Born Free, Elsa’s Kopje sits high on Mughwango Hill above George Adamson’s original campsite. The camp is colonial in style, and has spectacular views over the plains of Meru National Park... Read more about Elsa's Kopje
Kicheche Bush Camp
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Located in the quiet Olare Motorogi Conservancy and with only six tents dotted through the bush, Kicheche Bush Camp is an intimate tented camp owned in partnership with photographer Paul Goldstein. As a result, there is a keen focus on wildlife viewing and photography here, ... Read more about Kicheche Bush Camp
Privately owned by the Khoury family who have been in Brazzaville for over 50 years, Mikhael’s Hotel opened in August 2010 and is located in the heart of the city. The hotel is still run by its owners, who were originally in the construction industry, though it’s very much ... Read more about Mikhaels Hotel
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Elephant Bedroom is located deep in the heart of the Samburu National Reserve on a lovely stretch of the Ewaso Nyiro River. Having opened in 2008, this is a relatively new safari camp, offering luxurious tented accommodation in a shady grove of acacias and doum palms.
The ... Read more about Elephant Bedroom
Mara Ngenche Safari Camp
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Meaning ‘to share’ in the Maasai language, Mara Ngenche Safari Camp is situated on the confluence of the Mara and Talek rivers. Tucked into quite thick indigenous riverine forest, Ngenche Camp has been built to disturb as little of the surrounding bush as possible. Historically ... Read more about Ngenche Safari Camp
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On Turtle Bay beach at Watamu, two hours’ drive north of Mombasa, Hemingways Watamu is a mid-sized game-fishing base and resort hotel, popular with British guests. Its name harks back to Ernest Hemingway’s stay in Malindi in 1934. The hotel closed after Easter 2016 for ... Read more about Hemingways Watamu
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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
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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
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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
The Norfolk Hotel
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Part of the Fairmont chain of hotels, The Norfolk Hotel is arguably one of the most iconic hotels in Nairobi. Built in 1904 it has withstood the tests of time including colonization, independence and a terrorist attack in the 80’s that caused a devastating fire. Then 2004 ... Read more about The Norfolk Hotel
Porini Amboseli Camp
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One of the earliest real eco-camps in Kenya, Porini Amboseli Camp first opened in 2001. A low-impact, nine-tent camp, it is located on the Maasai-owned Selenkay (also spelled Selengei) Conservancy to the north of Amboseli National Park.
The most outstanding feature of ... Read more about Porini Amboseli Camp
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Tassia Lodge is a unique, natural and rustic lodge, quite unlike any others in the area. Set on a rocky outcrop on the edge of an escarpment in the 243km² Lekurruki Community Ranch, Tassia is a partnership between its managers and the local Mokogodo Maasai community.
In ... Read more about Tassia Lodge
Nestled on the edge of a bai, with forest behind and open wetlands in front, Lango Camp is a luxurious permanent camp in Odzala National Park. It is visited as the second stop, in a set six-night itinerary, with three nights spent here after three at its sister camp Ngaga ... Read more about Lango Camp
Ngaga Camp is the first stop on a set six-night trip into Odzala National Park and its surrounding areas where people come to experience a unique rainforest environment and see the very rare lowland gorillas. Based on the local architecture of the Baka people, the camp ... Read more about Ngaga Camp
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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
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