The Safari Lodges of Kenya – Discover the World in the African Bush.

Many of the safari lodges in Kenya are positioned in quiet, tucked away locations, on thickly wooded hills, allowing the guests to enjoy a completely private and tranquil vacation. The guest houses reflect the Africa of the past and present, and provide all the necessities you will need. There are also plenty of little luxuries such as sumptuous four poster beds, open fires and delightful, private outdoor baths where you can enjoy a soak in the moonlight. Each house is appointed a butler, a nanny, a valet, an international chef and a Maasai guide, all of whom will take care of your every need from your meals and drinks to childcare and guided tours and day trips.

A local Maasai guide will be on hand to drive you out on a private safari whenever you want. The conservancies, where the safari lodges in Kenya are based, are home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including many endangered species. If you’re lucky you may well catch sight of spotted hyena, African wild dogs, kudu and even leopards. An absolutely incredible experience and some really superb photo opportunities.

Your Maasai guide will be happy to accompany you on treks through the bush on horseback, camels or even quad bikes. You are free to set your own pace. Here you will experience the most picturesque expanse of ever changing terrain from lush, rolling green hills and valleys rich in abundant vegetation to vast woods and forests, peppered with fig and olive trees, offering cooling shade from the searing sun.

Back on site, the safari lodges in Kenya play host to luxury facilities. If you need to relax after a hard day on the trail, you can drop in on the spa for a massage or aromatherapy treatment, or take a dip in the swimming pools. If you prefer to relax with a good book, there is a private library, where you can also chat with some of the other holidaymakers.

A really fabulous feature of the safari lodges in Kenya are the viewing decks with GPS telescopes enabling you to view the wildlife and natural surroundings in comfort. The decks are also a rather pleasant place to sit and enjoy the majesty of a sunset across the plains of Africa.

The safari lodges in Kenya are ideally located for partaking in outdoor recreational activities such as rock climbing, fishing, kayaking and river rafting or perhaps just jogging along one of the trails. You can also help to make a real difference during your stay in Africa through one of the many community and conservation projects that the safari lodges operate. You can get to know all about the traditional Maasai way of life and how they overcome the challenges of living in such a remote region. You can also learn some fantastic Maasai skills and crafts such as how to find and use medicinal herbs, house building, weapon making and traditional beadwork. You can also see how the tribes combine modern technology with ancient tradition in order to maintain the heritage of Kenya.

A trip to a Kenyan safari lodge is the trip of a lifetime. Sport, safari and culture all await you on the plains of Africa.

The wonderful boutique destination of the Sanctuary at Ol Lentille is situated in the heart of a Kenyan wildlife conservancy and offers a mix of luxurious accommodation with a taste of life in the African Bush.

Ol Lentille

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