Our top five hotels & lodges for Safari in Kenya
Please see our top five recommended hotels & lodges Safari in Kenya below but do call our Africa travel experts in the UK on +44 1525 840 149 for personal recommendations and/or to check availability around your travel plans. And don't forget that our travel experts have travelled extensively in and around Kenya as well across the whole of East Africa. We would love to help and have price-match guarantees across all our Kenya properties.
Our Top Five hotels & lodges for Safari in Kenya:
Naibor Camp is a luxury tented camp in the heart of the Masai Mara Game Reserve. On the banks of the Talek River, the camp has resident families of hippo that seem to love the camp and its location as much as we do! With simple furnishings, a candlelit communal dining area and very accommodating...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
Governors' Camp, in a nutshell, is all about its location, location, location. The camp, which was once reserved exclusively for Kenya’s colonial governors, hence the name, is today still one of the favourites in the Masai Mara. In the past, renowned photographers, documentists, and the BBC have...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
Ol Malo Lodge is perched on the edge of the escarpment with breathtakingly vast views extending over the plains of the Laikipia Plateau. Ol Malo homes three generations of the Francombe family, who are genuine hosts, full of charm, enthusiasm and exquisite local knowledge. It’s a place of character...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
The name of this camp says it all! Located inside Samburu National Reserve, along the Ewaso Nyiro River, Elephant Bedroom Camp regularly sees herds of elephant come down to the river, through the camp and even passed your bedroom! Walking through the majestic doum palms, the camp has a real ‘safari...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
Angama is the new safari lodge in the Masai Mara, and its panoramic views are the talk of the town! Balanced on the rim of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, Angama overlooks the vast Mara plains. The meaning of ‘angama’ in Swahili is completely fitting, translating ‘to be suspended in mid-air’. Angama is...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice