Il N'gwesi Lodge
The award winning Eco-Lodge was built in 1996 in an area set aside purely for Wildlife conservation. The interior of the lodge is made out of local materials and is well known for its spectacular "open to the bush" design with beautiful views of Kenya.
Il N'gwesi Lodge Highlights
Il N'gwesi Lodge was awarded the British Airways Best Eco-tourism Destination Award in 1997, Best Self-catering Camp by readers of Travel Magazine, Kenya's leading travel magazine and The Equator Initiative Award at the world Summit in Johannesburg in 2002. IL Ngwesi Lodge has also become the role model for upcoming community eco-lodges throughout the East African region.
- Il N'gwesi Lodge is situated in the Laikipia Plateau National Park.
- The lodge is well known for its "open to the bush" design.
- Il N'gwesi received numerous award such as the British Airways Best Eco-tourism Destination Award in 1997, Best Self-catering Camp by readers of Travel Magazine, Kenya's leading travel magazine and more.
- The lodge is the perfect destination for honeymooners.
Il N'gwesi Lodge Game Viewing and Activities
Activities at Il N’gwesi Lodge include visiting the Cultural Boma; guests have an option of exploring the area by foot, or by camel, following the Ngare Ndare River with local guides, which offer a special opportunity to get close to the wildlife. Guests are able to enjoy a game drive and return to their lodge for. Another very popular attraction is the hand reared orphan black rhino, Omni, who was moved to Il N’gwesi from Lewa in May 2002. The habituated baboon troop is another popular attraction. Bush breakfasts and dinners can be arranged for guests.
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.
Sustainable Tourism Safari
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.
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