Lake Elementeita Serena Camp is inspired by Soysambu designs and is an up-market camp situated in Kenya. The camp is designed with touches of authentic Kenyan history and modern luxurious amenities. The camp overlooks Lake Elementeita, showing off its beautiful sapphire-blue waters and the ancient volcanoes appears as a backdrop to the camp.
Lake Elementeita Serena Camp is located in Soysambu Wildlife Conservancy, known as an important wetland internationally. The wetland is known as the only East African nesting area for the great white pelicans, as well as a food source for flocks of flamingos and other waterfowl. It is known that the conservancy protects over 450 bird species and 15 000 wildlife animals. Rothschild giraffes have made the area their breeding home and other species such as eland, dik-diks and klipspringers can be seen too. Guests are taken on morning and evening game drives where they encounter the various wildlife animals and plant species. Evening game drives are spectacular, as guests get the opportunity to sight nocturnal animals including aardvark and the shy leopard. Enjoy a delicious bush dinner under the African stars and enjoy a sundowner drink as the sun sets.
Guests at Loldia House can choose to stay in the old family farm house or in one of the cosy cottages on the grounds. The house has magnificent views across the lake to the extinct volcano, Mount Longonot.
Mbweha Camp is tucked away in the spectacular vastness of The Great Rift Valley on the private 6400 acre Congreve Conservancy, nestling up against the southern border of Lake Nakuru National Park. Mbweha Camp is 180 Kilometers from Nairobi.
Lake Nakuru Tented Camp is a small and intimate bush camp located within the Lake Nakuru National Park on the bed of the Rift Valley, 160km Northwest of Nairobi. Staying in a small safari camp offers a more authentic safari experience for visitors to the Lake Nakuru National Park.
Hippo Point House, a British colonised building, was originally built in the 1930s and restored and renovated in 1998. The house holds 7 bedrooms, a swimming pool and is home to game such as buffalo, giraffe, hippo, gazelle or zebra.
Kongoni Lodge is built in colonial style, with spacious verandas overlooking the Lake Naivasha Valley. A small park featuring characteristic Euforbi trees, which resemble seaweed in shape, surrounds the house.
Chui Lodge is built from simple bush stone, local Acacia, Olive and Leleshwa woods with a twisted marula roof.
Kiangazi House is adjacent to the privately owned Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary in Kenya's Great Rift Valley. The house is a converted colonial home with classic Kenyan decor and architecture.
Crater Lake Camp is the perfect stopover en route to the Nakuru and the Maasai Mara game parks, as well as a romantic getaway itself. Activities at the camp revolve around nature and wildlife which include guided walks, sightseeing of animals and more.
Sunbird Lodge is named after one of the more than 450 species of birds in this area. The lodge is nestles at Lake Elementaita, a RAMSAR World heritage site, where guests can experience amazing sunsets.
Malewa Wildlife Lodge is a striking lodge situated along the Malewa River in The Great Rift Valley of Kenya. The lodge is eco-friendly with African inspired designs, offering guests beautiful views of the Kigio Wildlife Conservancy.