Kenya offers a wide range of areas, many of which are household-name attractions, Tsavo, the Maasai Mara, Amboseli and Lamu being excellent examples. Equally, Kenya’s lesser well-known destinations include the likes of the Laikipia and Turkana. Accommodation in these and other areas include luxury lodges, private houses, frontier camps, hotels and the occasional resort. If you would like to find out more about any of our luxury and frontier Botswana destinations, then please do give one of our destination specialists a call. Meanwhile, do have a browse.
Northern frontier district stretching across the north-east that is home to ancient forests, the world’s largest desert lake, forest elephant and a number of tribes. The much smaller Samburu National Reserve offers a genuinely wild experience and a huge range of fauna in its small span. Nairobi itself is an experience, a fast-growing metropolis that is a dense tapestry of cultures traditional and contemporary, beautiful and packed with restaurants, museums, clubs and local markets.
One of Africa’s oldest destination, Kenya has not wasted its head-start in terms of developing something for everyone on the accommodation front. From remarkable eco-lodges camps like Elephant Watch Camp or Ekorian’s Mugie Camp to a wealth of safari lodges and real originals like Olarro Lodge, Kenya offers a whole raft of first-rate luxury hotels, villas and resorts.
As well as everything on offer in its parks, reserves and private concessions, activities in Kenya range from helicopter safari with a bespoke route and itinerary to enjoying a stunning beach holiday in Lamu. Given the breadth and depth of areas, there is no only limit to the type of experience on offer in Kenya.