Porini Amboseli Safari Camp is set in the Amboseli Eco-system within the exclusive Selenkay Conservancy at the Amboseli National Park. The Conservancy is an important dispersal area for wildlife moving in and out of Amboseli and holds a wide diversity of species. In addition to the better-known big game like elephant, lion, cheetah, giraffe and zebra, there are several less common species such as caracul, African wildcat, civet, gerenuk, lesser kudu and striped hyena. See more Porini Amboseli Safari Camp.
Tortilis Camp is on the south western edge of the Amboseli Park, facing the mountain and is accessed from within the National Park. Away from the busy eastern side of Amboseli, and with its own private conservancy, Kitirua, guests experience a wild and private Amboseli.The area is famous for the amazing views of Kilimanjaro, the highest free standing mountain in the world, and the highest peak on the African continent, peering down over the entire camp.See more Tortilis Safari Camp.
Sanctuary Farm is a wonderful place that provides the ideal way to explore the Great Rift Valley up close, see plenty of giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, impala, plus various other species and birds, and enjoy the spectacular landscape of Sanctuary Farm, Kedong Ranch or Hells Gate National Park and surrounding areas of Lake Naivasha on horseback. Sanctuary Farm offers both short riding safaris (1hr-2hr rides) and longer 3 hour and/or overnight rides. Up to 10+ riders can be accommodated per safari with two or more guides accompanying the safaris. Safari groups have the opportunity to temporarily separate at certain points on the safari allowing more experienced riders to ride at a more advanced pace leaving those not so confident to stay within their comfort zone. Shorter horse safaris need no riding experience. Sanctuary Farm also has both rooms and camping facilities and serves meals at the Club House. See more Sanctuary Farm
Mara West Camp is a privately owned lodge situated on the Oloololo Escarpment with splendid and uninterrupted views of the Masai Mara National Reserve below. The camp borders the remote and beautiful western edge of the reserve. Nestled against a wooded thicket and surrounded by savannah, Mara West provides nature lovers comfortable accommodations while experiencing the sights and sounds of an unforgettable African safari. Mara West is home to resident herds of gazelles, impalas and zebra, as well as an abundance of bird life, and is visited regularly by a variety of wildlife passing to and from the park. The panoramic beauty of the Mara, the uninterrupted grazing of the antelope, the night calls of the bush babies, and the early morning chorus of songbirds, is all a part of the Mara West experience and is what makes it a unique paradise for nature lovers. See more Mara West Camp
Virunga Lodge is set on a stunning hilltop in a spectacular location with a breath-taking view of the Virunga volcanoes and lakes Ruhondo and Bulera. The lodge has been described as having “the best view in the world” and as “one of the finest lodges in Africa”. The lodge’s eight bandas offer style and great comfort, with their ‘bush’ design reflecting the local building style. Each banda has its own terrace with spectacular views of the volcanoes or lakes. The terraced gardens on this high ridge are now well established, with a magical sunken paradise garden close by. See more Virunga Lodge.
Lonno Lodge is a recently built luxury hotel, incorporating different styles and cultures mainly from the Kenyan Coast. It is artistically constructed to give off distinct Swahili architectural style. The luxury hotel is located on the sea side of the Watamu Marine Park, Kenya. Its private structure, with nested private tiny beaches, is the optimal spot to relax and indulge on the white beach of Kenya. Despite the proximity with the sea, a huge double swimming pool with salt water is available for our guests. It provides clients with privacy, silence and top quality service. See more Lonno Lodge.