One of the very few totally exclusive tented camps in Kenya, Shompole Wilderness is a small private tented camp set in Shompole, deep in Kenya’s Southern part of the Great Rift Valley. Nestled under the giant fig trees on the banks of the Ewaso Ngiro river, this small, homely and family run and managed tented camp is one of the few places in Africa that combines wildlife sightings in the Great Rift Valley with the stunning pink, red, green and yellow colours of Lake Magadi and Lake Natron, both Lesser and Greater flamingos and a welcoming Maasai community. Wildlife is abundant in this relatively unknown corner of Kenya, with only Rhino missing from the diverse ecosystem. A typical drive, or walk, could yield plenty of plains game including zebra, wildebeest, Grant’s gazelle and giraffe. Elephants are back in the area after many years of absence and can often be seen if you are out early in the morning making their way down to the river to drink.
Nay Palad Bird Nest is a one-of-a-kind accommodation on the grounds of Segera Retreat, an award-winning sustainable luxury destination. Perched amid the treetops on a river teeming with wildlife, the Bird Nest offers views of the plains by day that are matched only by those of the stars at night. In the morning, guests awaken to the magical sounds of animals at play. Ever fancied spending the night in a bird’s nest? Probably not, but you may wish to consider it now. Welcome to the Nay Palad Bird Nest, Africa’s latest quirky and luxurious safari lodge, located in the wilds of Kenya - a raised suite that offers 360-degree views over the surrounding plains of Laikipia. Part of the Segera Retreat and built next to a river well-stocked with wildlife, this two-level suite was built with interwoven tree branches and a circular viewing platform up top.
Fundu Lagoon is reached via a 45-minute drive from Pemba ‘s Chake Chake airport and a 15-minute speedboat ride from Nkoani port. It’s right on the beach, with 15 of the 17 rooms and suites looking right out onto sand and ocean. You’re isolated here, in a good way; the hotel can arrange tours of local villages, but it’s otherwise unlikely you’ll leave the hotel and surroundings.
Azhari Beach Suite is a fabulously unique and set in a very private location, situated directly on Kenya’s famous Diani Beach with magical ocean views. The suite overlooks a heavenly garden with 1,000-year-old Baobab trees and is THE perfect place for relaxation, romance, peace and recovery. Its location cannot be beaten, with steps away from one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, yet have centre proximity to restaurants, bars and shopping, as well as the whole load of adventure activities that Diani Beach offers.
Enchanting force of nature melds with the exotic Indo-Arabic architecture to create a hypnotic charm, which, in Swahili, is known as bembeleza. Thanks to our all inclusive formula you will be able to enjoy every second of your holiday without any thought, pampered by our professional staff that is ready to satisfy all your desires. Sit yourself down on the Balinese armchairs on your room’s terrace and listen to the sound of the wind and the rustling of the palm trees, enjoy the music of the waves and let your heart dance in silence: your dream of total relaxation is finally a reality.
Cherish the vastness of Kenya‘s wilderness from your lavish double bed, which can be wheeled outdoors for an incomparable night under the stars . Loisaba Star Beds is by far one of the most unique properties. Perched on a rocky kopje amidst Loisaba Conservancy’s lush savannah, we love that this camp provides you with one of the world’s most phenomenal experiences – sleeping under the stars, and spectacular sunrise right from your four poster. A vacation here will probably have the wildest of experience and memories.
Zuri Zanzibar offers a completely unique experience in Zanzibar for anyone that wants to try something off the beaten African tracks; a place that allows guests a feeling of peace and tranquility. Zuri Zanzibar has been recognized as the first hotel in the world to be awarded by the EarthCheck’s Sustainable Design Gold Certification. The award reflects the resort unwavering commitment to sustainability, by making positive changes to reduce the environmental footprint and improve social impact
Rated amongst the top 10 beach hotels in Diani, Kenya by TripAdvisor, Pinewood Beach Resort and Spa is a multi-award-winning boutique hotel, located at the Diani, Ukunda, South Coast Mombasa, where natural beauty and inspired design are merged to create the perfect romantic destination. Situated on the unspoiled shores of the wonderfully warm Indian Ocean, this intimate and stylish beach resort prides itself on exceptional personal service and attention.
A place of infinite beauty to calm the mind and rejuvenate the body, Rusinga provides a welcome break before, during or after a rigorous and exciting East African safari. Exuding an atmosphere of serene tranquility, Rusinga's manicured lawns stretch to Lake Victoria's edge.
Sabora Tented Camp embodies an intimate East African safari experience imbued with the elegance and romance of a bygone era, while permeating a sense of nostalgic adventure. Featuring nine en-suite tents beautifully furnished with a treasure trove of antiques and artefacts, original campaign furniture, Zanzibari chests, Persian rugs and delicate crystal, silverware and brass, Singita Sabora Tented Camp is modelled on a 1920s-style explorer’s camp. Set on the annual wildebeest migration route in the heart of the Serengeti, it allows guests private access to 350,000 of untouched wilderness, ensuring unforgettable game-viewing experiences on game drives and bush walks. Each of the tented suites leads directly onto the plains, where daybeds with scatter cushions provide perfect spots for reading, afternoon naps and incredible game-viewing.
We welcome you to explore some of the most legendary settings in Kenya through the lens of this captivating adventure. Find yourself mingling with welcoming locals, marvelling at magnificent landscapes and wildlife, savouring the finest in ethnic cuisine and, above all, immersing yourself in the surroundings on a truly personal level. This getaway has been carefully designed to provide the extraordinary service, comfort, dining, activities and entertainment that ensure a once-in-a-lifetime experience and a trip that will leave you inspired for your next adventure.
A rather sought-after Safari. A drive through the great rift valley lets you feast your eyes on stunning sights from the view points on your safari. You also come across the charming Masai people and Village that is a trove in this hot semi-arid terrain of the mara plains. Other delights include witnessing all the famous Big Five - Lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhino, the Aberdares, Lake Bogoria, the Great Rift Valley, Lake Naivasha and the world renowned Maasai Mara.Experience the Great Wildebeest Migration and an estimated 6,000 migratory birds make the journey to Kenya each year during winter in Europe. You will be crossing several streams and rivers and enjoying stop overs at the equator.
A thriving modern capital, Nairobi is still the safari capital of the Africa among the most interesting cities. A city that has boundless energy, a place of great contrasts where race, tribe and origin all become facets of a unique Nairobi character. The city has not lost its sense of the past, with an excellent museum and the historical home of Karen Blixen, author of Out of Africa open to visitors. This is not a modern capital separated from the great wilderness that surrounds it. Just outside the city is Nairobi National Park, 113 sq kms of plains, cliffs and forest. The park is home to large herds of Zebra, Buffalo, Giraffe, Rhino, Cheetah, and a large number of Lions are all found here, living wild within 20 minutes of the center of town.
Experience the extraordinary beauty, rich heritage and vibrant culture of Kenya’s Masai Mara with an array of activities and adventures created to inspire your spirit. From game viewing safaris to spot the “Big Five” (elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and rhino) to hot air balloon rides high above the African savannah.
Join us for guided climbs of the trekking peak Point Lenana on Mount Kenya using a variety of routes. Expect quite a lot of wildlife and lots of secluded trails with bizarre flora and fauna (including the rock hyrax), and the classic snow covered technical peaks of Batian and Nelion as the perfect back drop. Point Lenana is a walk, no technical climbing on this route, but there are some ropes attached to the rocks to help you on the last few hundred metres.
The Kilimanjaro Region in Tanzania is home to the Kilimanjaro National Park, the Mkomazi National Park, the Pare Mountains, Lake Jipe, Lake Chala, forests and waterfalls and more. Moshi is its capital and at 5,895 m, Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, is its star! Summit Mount Kilimanjaro on this guided tour using the Machame route. The Machame route, otherwise known as the "Whiskey" route, is one of the more popular routes to summit Kilimanjaro. This guided trek to the top of Kilimanjaro is famous for its beautiful and magnificent scenery. Despite being more strenuous compared to the Marangu route, the Machame route has one of the highest success rates for summiting.
Talk a nature walk through the thick forests in search for the marvelous Mountain Gorilla. Gorilla tracking is arguably one of the most rewarding wildlife encounters in Africa. Although chimps are more closely related to humans, gorillas seem to connect more to us as visitors. Nothing prepares you for being stared at by a gorilla. And that is exactly what they do: they seem to be looking...
Spend time encountering huge herds of wildebeest and experience the extraordinary beauty, rich heritage and vibrant culture of Kenya’s Masai Mara with an array of activities and adventures created to inspire your spirit. From game viewing safaris to spot the “Big Five” (elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and rhino) to hot air balloon rides high above the African savannah.
Lake Eyasi is a seasonal shallow endorheic salt lake on the floor of the Great Rift Valley at the base of the Serengeti Plateau, just south of the Serengeti National Park and immediately southwest of the Ngorongoro Crater in the Crater Highlands of Tanzania. The lake is elongated, orientated southwest to northeast, and lies in the Eyasi-Wembere branch of the Great Rift Valley. The Hadzabe Bushmen live in this region, as do the Datoga and Mbulu tribes. A visit with the Bushmen is worthwhile and they will graciously show you where and how they live and hunt. They subsist entirely off the bush and by bow hunting. Everything they use is made from local materials, including their bows which are strung with giraffe tendon and their arrows which are coated in lethal poison. Their language resembles that of Kalahari Bushmen tribe (who were featured in the 1980 film ‘The Gods Must Be Crazy’) with clicking noises used. The Datoga and Mbulu people are pastoralists, like the Masai people
Using the same paths walked by the nomadic tribes since the dawn of civilisation, horseback safaris allow for enjoyable, uninterrupted rides across open country with the freedom to move with the wildlife. From the Maasai Mara Plains to Laikipia, Lake Naivasha to Mount Kenya and Chyulu Hills, this are some of the prime wilderness areas in Kenya that are perfect for exploration on horseback.
Embark on a unique adventure in some of the best game parks and reserve in Kenya; Samburu (pure wilderness), Laikipia (Beaming luxury and lots of Game) & Maasai Mara (The Best Game Watching Reserve) explore true African wilderness experience in prolific wildlife areas. With up to twice daily game drives, bush walks and the chance to track the endangered black rhino and spot the black panther. This is the ultimate safari.