Lake Nakuru Tented Camp is a small and intimate bush camp located within the Lake Nakuru National Park on a special site designated by the Kenya Wildlife Service for use by a genuine mobile camp having no permanent structure or use of concrete. The camp is located on the bed of the Rift Valley, 160 kilometers Northwest of Nairobi. Naishi Airstrip is the closest landing strip from the lodge. Staying in a small safari camp offers a more authentic safari experience for visitors to the Lake Nakuru National Park as an alternative to the large mass-market tourist lodges. Lake Nakuru Tented Camp operates from December to March and from July to October.
Game drives are conducted along the Nakuru Lake shore where guests will see the massed concentration of flamingos, which is an incredible scene depicting a pink blanket covering the lake surface. Guides will also take guests along the cliffs of the Rift Valley, which produce spectacular views of the lake below. In addition, this superb National Park offers guests the opportunity to explore the unusual forested area and to see the wide range of wildlife, which includes lions, leopards, both black rhino and white rhino, the endangered Rothschild giraffe, Cape buffalo, zebra, waterbuck, impala and a huge variety of birds.
Sabuk Lodge offers a peaceful location in the spectacular wilderness of Northern Laikipia on the high banks of Ewaso Nyiro River overlooking the Laikipia Plateau and Samburu land. The lodge welcomes families, couples and small groups traveling together.
The Sanctuary is an exclusive lodge offering breathtaking views of the craggy peaks of Mount Kenya, the Samburu sacred mountain Ol Olokwe, the Matthews Range and the Karisia Hills. Guests enjoy a private house and safari vehicle as well as a personal Butler.
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.
Travelling on a budget but still want to experience the highlights of Kenya? Then this 11-night itinerary is ideal. Travel with your private local guide and safari vehicle and drive around the countryside to Kenya’s best and most beautiful areas.
Spoil your family and whisk them away on an exclusive 8 night safari to the famous Masai Mara, home to the annual wildebeest migration. Travel to the Mombasa Coast for a tropical African beach experience.
Enjoy a 9-night luxury safari in Africa's prime safari destination, Kenya. Discover snow-capped mountains, savanna grasslands and enjoy game drives. All of the camps in this itinerary belong to the "Long Run" initiative which fosters community development.
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.