Plan an adventure with your family or loved one around the red-zoned counties with some of our amazing offers for you. Enjoy the sights and sounds of Nairobi, discover hidden gems in Machakos County, explore the great rift valley lakes with abundant birdlife and great wild experience. There's more to explore and discover.
Swara Acacia Lodge is your most convenient African escape just 36 km from Nairobi. Only a 40-minute drive from the Jomo Kenyata International airport, we are located on the sprawling Swara Plains and have unbridled access to the 20,000 acres of wildlife sanctuary surrounding us. Take your journey off the beaten path and stay in our newly renovated boutique cottages. Our lodge, with its traditional thatched roofs and indigenous decor, blends perfectly with the beauty of the natural environment. Swara Acacia Lodge is a family run business, wholeheartedly dedicated to making sure your time with us is unforgettable
Set in one hundred and fifty acres of grassland studded with Acacia bushes and trees, the resort is not only home to our resident giraffe, waterbuck and both Vervet and Colobus monkeys, but it is also a night stop for the hippos when they leave the lake every night to come and trim the grass on our expansive lawns. With Sopa’s traditional and conscientious care for the environment, we carefully positioned all the buildings on our property so we did not have to fell any of the many trees there. As a result of this, we had to come up with a radically innovative and artistic design for the main public area building which now snakes its way between the trees with long and graceful curves. It is also why you might well ask just why our two swimming pools with a children’s section and a pool complex with its bar, snack kitchen, pizzeria and health spa; our tennis court; our two conference halls with their four differently sized meeting areas, and our stables are so widely set apart.
One of Naivasha and Kenya’s best kept secrets – an intimate, welcoming and characterful boutique lodge set within the magical Olerai Sanctuary. A charming and relaxing getaway on the shores of Lake Naivasha, Olerai House is a beautiful farmhouse where you can immerse yourself in luxury and comfort in a private wildlife sanctuary. It is one of those secret little gems where people in the know go for a romantic weekend, for a break with the family from the stresses of the city, or to iron out hours of travel fatigue.
Enjoy breathtaking sights and views of Lake Naivasha as you enjoy your lakeside safari. Set on the shores of Lake Naivasha, Fisherman's Camp,extending from a beautiful canopy of acacia trees up into the hill where you can enjoy the magnificent views of the lake and the surrounding areas. Just an hour and a half from Nairobi, it offers a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, to relax by the lake or set yourself for an amazing Kenyan adventure! Fisherman’s is also home to the fantastic Rift Valley Festival – a gathering of local and international music artists, combining traditional African roots and global styles.
Located south of Mombasa, Diani Beach rests between the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean and open plains of the Shimba Hills National Reserve. Stretching 25 kilometres along the coastline, pearl white sands and lush green forests provide a backdrop of serenity that defines paradise. Tucked amidst the towering palms and tropical gardens, Almanara Luxury Resort sits quietly – boasting six fully inclusive villas along with a spectacular Presidential Villa. Complete with personal chef and maid services, this all-inclusive resort provides guests with the chance to enjoy 7-star luxury while experiencing the genuine cultures of Africa.
The most fascinating thing about Giraffe Manor is its herd of resident Rothschild’s giraffe who may visit morning and evening, sometimes poking their long necks into the windows in the hope of a treat, before retreating to their forest sanctuary. Giraffe Manor can be booked for the night or as part of a complete tailor-made safari. Giraffe Manor has extraordinary appeal, that harks back to the 1930s when European visitors first flocked to East Africa to enjoy safaris. With its stately façade, elegant interior, verdant green gardens, sunny terraces and delightful courtyards, guests often remark that it’s like walking into the film Out of Africa: indeed, one of its twelve rooms is named after the author Karen Blixen.