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Situated on the South Coast of Mombasa, Safari Beach Hotel offers a blend of international hospitality in an African Village style atmosphere. The hotel faces the warm blue-green Indian Ocean, which provides safe swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving. South Coast, 800 meters south of Jadini Beach Hotel / Africana Sea Lodge, 45kms from the airport... more
Shaba Game Reserve being a semi-desert, the Sarova Shaba Lodge is an oasis with fresh running water from a natural spring. The chalets blend with the environment. Shaba is the natural habitat for the Grevy Zebra, Reticulated Giraffe, and Gerenuk, only found in this part of Kenya. There are also herds of elephants, lions, cheetah, crocodile and... more
Situated on the South Coast of Mombasa, Africana Sea Lodge overlooks coral fringed Diani Beach, beside the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Ideal for all water sports. Set amidst shady tropical gardens and trees, the hotel offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The 160 air-coditioned rooms are designed in African style whitewashed... more
High on the slopes of Africa's second highest mountain, The Mount Kenya Safari Club straddles the equator in a glory of luxurious cottages and elegant buildings set amid manicured lawns and decorative ponds. Ever since the Club was founded in 1959 by the late film star William Holden, its list of members reads like a Who's Who of royalty,... more
Lapped by the waters of Lake Victoria, shaded by giant fig trees and lost to the world, Mfangano Island Camp is an oasis of tranquility, and an ideal treat from the hustle of the 20th Century. Victoria, the world's second largest freshwater lake, is the magical source of the Nile. Mfangano Island has an ancient history found in prehistoric rock... more
Older than the London Ritz, younger than The Savoy, no other hotel in Kenya has as rich a history as the Norfolk, one of the world's most romantic hotels. Nairobi as a capital city grew up all around the Norfolk. Long established as the starting point for safaris beyond the capital, trained and knowledgeable staff at The Norfolk can advise you.... more
Situated on the South Coast of Mombasa, Jadini Beach Hotel overlooks the barrier reef of Diani Beach. Most of the 160 air-conditioned rooms are situated in three story sea-fishing buildings, some are in garden cottages. All have adjoining bathrooms, balcony or terrace and are equipped with telephone,radio and mini-bar. Some larger rooms have no... more
Set in the heart of Nairobi, the brand-new elegant Grand Regency Hotel offers nothing but the best: discreet luxury, exquisite cuisine, Nairobi's largest conference room, and an exclusive Private Member's Club.... more
The white sands of Watamu Bay and its crystal waters form Kenya's finest stretch of beach. There are coral reefs to marvel at, the ruins of ancient Gede to be explored, Marlin and Sailfish to be fought. There are 78 luxury bedrooms and suites within earshot of the surf, all having views of the activities of Hemingway's deep sea fishing fleet. The... more
The Ark, set in the heart of the Aberdare National Park, is a unique game lodge overlooking a floodlit waterhole and salt lick which attracts a host of wildlife - elephant, rhino, leopard, bushbuck and occasionally an elusive bongo or giant forest hog.... more
In the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, beside a copse of giant Acacia trees and a gently flowing natural spring, stands Amboseli Serena - one of Africa's finest safari lodges. All around the lodge roams the big game that have made East Africa legendary - lion, buffalo, cheetah, giraffe, baboon, gazelle,wildebeest and an... more
The setting is magical. So much so, that almost a century ago, it was reserved exclusively for Kenya's Colonial Governors and their Royal visitors. Now Governors' Camp nestles in a forest along the winding banks of the Mara River, its waters teeming with hippo and crocodile.... more