At the foot of Mount Kenya you will find the exclusive Enasoit Camp. Located within the private Enasoit Game Sanctuary you and up to 15 guests are guaranteed to be the only guests on the sanctuary during your stay. It is a perfect location for family groups or larger groups of friends.
The Camp consists of 6 double en-suite cottages overlooking a busy watering hole that regularly hosts giraffe, zebra, gazelle, buffalo and elephant. Each cottage has it’s own private veranda and cosy sitting area, making the most of the views of the sanctuary.
Also available to guests during their stay are the heated swimming pool and thatched pool house which is close to the camp nestled among a dramatic rock outcrop in a beautiful aloe garden. Perfect for those afternoons when you want to sit and watch the world go by.
Central to the camp is a spacious mess tent featuring spectacular views from the wooden deck.
Found at the centre of Borana Conservancy, Lengishu is surrounded by undulating hills and breathtaking views of the Lengishu hills across Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
The property is built entirely of sustainable materials. The stones have been excavated from the site itself, sourced when the foundations were laid. The wooden beams and panels are made of teak and gum poles from Kenya, the walls are rammed earth and the floors are stone and wood. This unique family home was built to blend into its surroundings.
The main house is central to the design with a large entrance hall leading to a study and a vaulted sitting and dining room which is warmed by two large fireplaces with glorious views. A covered veranda with a pizza oven allows for outdoor luncheons or evening entertaining. An art room with floor to ceiling windows and inspirational views is nestled below.
One of the highlights of Lengishu is the U-shaped pool, with stunning views, surrounded by a lunch pavilion, gym and a games room with a sundowner bar.
Lengishu is an exclusive use property ideal for family groups. The house sleeps up to twelve guests in six unique bedrooms with the option of children’s accommodation in the art room which has its own bathroom.
This luxury safari lodge is located, at the heart of Ruaha National Park, on a rocky kopje overlooking the most beautiful landscape dotted with spikey palms and bulbous baobabs. The view of the national park from the lodge and their infinite pool is spectacular, prime for game-viewing near the wildlife-rich Mwagusi River. Enhance your wildlife experience with their game drives, night drives, walking safaris and birding safaris. And, after your wildlife experience you can return to the lodge for the most relaxing massage at their amazing spa.
Mnemba Island Lodge sits on a beautiful, exclusive Island covered in spectacular white coral sand and surrounded by an aqua paradise that is home to the most beautiful coral reefs. Known as one of the most romantic ocean destinations in the world, the lodge offers an exceptionally private, rustic and exclusive experience. They also run a professional dive school and have traditional wooden dhows from which to explore the warm, clear waters and coral reefs.
Like a green oasis, The Plantation Lodge rests on red-brown hills; a stone’s throw from the entrance to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the Lake Manyara National Park, and just a short journey from the Tarangire National Park and the Serengeti. The individually furnished rooms and suites melt harmoniously into the flowering garden and offer comfort and relaxation. Everywhere you look, you can see and even feel the personal atmosphere of this owner-run lodge with furnishings that were selected with great attention to detail.
The Oyster Bay is like staying with friends; a large beautiful home and garden with eight lavish guest suites, spacious in the extreme with luxurious bathrooms, air-conditioned and fabulously furnished in contemporary African style. The property has been designed in such a way that the outside and inside merge together. Each suite has an ocean view and a guarantee that as your eye wanders there is always something new to look at.
The Majilis Resort is a privately owned luxury beach hotel on Manda Island in the Lamu archipelago, off Kenya’s Northern Coast. The boutique hotel offers 25 exquisite deluxe rooms and suites divided into three beachfront villas. With a superb beachfront location and breathtaking views over the bay and Lamu Island, it offers the perfect setting and the ideal accommodation for barefoot luxury and informal pampering on your trip to Kenya. Relax on the beach, stroll along the long-sweeping beach, enjoy a cool drink at the ocean-facing bar as the sun sets and taste our open-fronted restaurants’ marriage of local ingredients and international cuisine.
Diani Blue is a charmingly small, intimate and exclusive beach lodge, lapped by the waters of the Indian Ocean. Featuring just six spacious Swahili-styled rooms clustered around a central pool and overlooking the silver-white sands of Diani Beach. Each room stands in its own stone-built chalet with a private entrance, vestibule and spacious en-suite bathroom. The property is accessed via a bridge over a lily pond and stands amid exquisite tropical gardens, which are home to a troop of Colobus monkeys. Ecologically sensitive, Diani Blue is committed to wilderness preservation, energy conservation, recycling and to ‘giving back’ to and supporting the local community that surrounds it.
Chem Chem Lodge is found nestled between Tarangire National Park and Lake Manyara within a privileged region known as the Burunge Wildlife Management Area. The lodge is situated in the picturesque reaches of the wildlife concession and boasts eight secluded canvas suites with an opulent main house, evoking the spirit of the vintage safari. Sip a cool beverage and watch as giraffe and zebra saunter single-file to the camp’s water hole.