Kenya is perhaps the most quintessentially African country. It is where Meryl Streep and Robert Redford fell in love in Out of Africa and where safaris were invented.
It still has a selection of the best big game parks on the continent, but nowadays you can safari in five star luxury, with plunge pools and gourmet bush dining beneath the stars!
Governors’ Il Moran Camp is the premiere camp in the Masai Mara, veiled by ancient trees and hidden deep in the forest, along the meandering banks of the Mara River. It’s small and intimate, with a great attention to detail and added touches that make for a first class safari experience.
Amboseli is famed for having the very best views of Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, and the thousand elephants that make the park their home. Situated in one of Amboseli's areas of Acacia Tortilis woodland is Tortilis Camp, which takes its name from the flat-topped, umbrella thorn tree. With snow-capped Kilimanjaro as a dramatic backdrop, it’s the prefect base for 4x4 game drives, guided walks and bush breakfasts in the park’s private 30,000 acre game concession.
Situated in the Masai Mara, the Cottar Safari tradition began in 1919 and nearly 90 years on is still the premiere safari experience in Africa, evoking a bygone era and the original romance of the ‘safari’, remaining true to the traditions of adventure, grandeur and elegance.
Elsa Kopje is renowned for being one of the most elegant lodges in Africa, certainly the best address from which to see the wildlife of Kenya. It is named after George and Joy Adamson’s beloved lioness, immortalised in the book and film “Born Free,” and the word ‘kopje’ meaning small hill, in this case Mughwango Hill, which overlooks the site of George Adamson’s campsite.
Little Governors’ is intimate, exclusive and remote. Just 17 luxury en-suite tents nestle near a large watering hole that attracts an abundance of birds and wildlife. The little camp is reached only by boat that takes you across the Mara River, where a guide will meet you to escort you through the forest.
A stay at Loldia House gives you a chance to enjoy the pleasures of Kenyan country life, explore the Great Rift Valley and experience the life of Kenya’s early settlers, but in more comfort. Loldia House offers a choice of accommodation either in the old family house or in cottages in the grounds. In the main house, four en-suite double rooms are furnished in the original colonial style. Close by is an original guest cottage surrounded by lush flowers, with a further two en-suite rooms.
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