Kenya’s Best Safari and Luxury Accommodation

Kenya’s Best Safari and Luxury Accommodation : Kenya is one of the places in Africa that can easily calm your mind and make you feel romantically relaxed. Kenya is the place where safaris started because Maasai Mara has the eighth wonder of the world, Amboseli has a breathtaking view of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Nakuru has a beautiful view of birds, Samburu has unique wildlife, and Laikipia has the best places to protect wildlife. Your trip in Kenya reaches its peak when you stay in one of the many luxury safari lodges. When going on a Kenya tour, these are the best places to stay in style.

Nairobi national park

 The emakoko

The Emakoko has 10 luxury rooms. Five of them are along the edge of the cliff, and the other five are closer to the river and the main lodge area. The Cliff Suites have great views of the vast scenery, but the River Suites are a better choice because they are easier to get to.

Ololo safari lodge

The lodge is only 45 minutes from Nairobi and both major airports by car through the park, but its remote setting makes it feel like it’s on the other side of the world. Ololo is a restaurant on a 20-acre working farm where you can get fresh ingredients straight from the field to your plate. With their well-kept grounds and privacy, guests can relax and enjoy a unique Kenya safari experience.

Meru National Park

Elsa’s kopje

Elsa Kopje, which is named after the famous lioness Elsa, is a beautiful lodge that doesn’t try to hide it. It’s on a hill at the center of Meru and has amazing views and great service. Meru national park can be seen from all sides of the camp. Meru national park is known for the big herds of hartebeest, leopards, cheetah lions, and elephants that live there. There are also cobras, puff adders, and pythons there, along with 427 different types of birds.

Rhino river camp

Rhino River Camp is well-known for its swimming pool, which looks out over the Kindani River. Some tents in the camp face the trees, while others face the river. All of the huts have a modern look with a touch of Africa.

Maasai Mara National Reserve

The eighth wonder of the world is in the reserve. Maasai Mara national reserve is one of the most well-known and visited parks in Africa. It is in the top ten. It is known for giving visitors a real and true view of wildlife. The big five are some of the animals that live in the park. Culture for the location is something else, where you can meet Maasai people and learn about their ways of life.

 Sanctuary Olonana

Olonana is an amazing luxury camp on a private stretch of the river Mara in the middle of the Maasai Mara game reserve. The lodge has 14 rooms with glass walls and is inspired by the natural beauty of Maasai Mara, where there is a lot of wildlife and a dramatic river that flows through the woods. This trip is great because of the cultural visits, game drives, bush dinners, scenic flights, balloon rides, and sundowners.

Cottars 1920 safari camp

Cottars camp is on a private protection area that borders Maasai Mara. It is in a unique place that gives it access to the most wildlife and the most dramatic view in all of Africa. In 191, the camp was set up.

Mahali mzuri

Mahali mzuri means beautiful place. The hotel has only 12 tents at its Masai Mara camp, which are all very nice. The camp has a 12 m heated outdoor infinity pool, which is big enough for a swim or a dip.

Kenya’s Best Safari and Luxury Accommodation
Mahali mzuri

Angama mara

As the name means “hanging in mid-air,” the place is exactly what it sounds like. The rolling grasslands and plains of Maasai Mara can be seen from the safari camp. They look like they go on forever. The location of the lodge is the most sought-after spot for a luxury safari in Kenya, and the lodge has two bosom camps with fifteen tented suites, an airfield, and safaris that are customized for each guest. This is the best place for your Mara safari to stay if you want to be close to the big groups during the migration.


Loisaba, Mugie, Ol Lentille, Suyian Ranch, Lewa, Borana, IL Ngwesi, Le Kurruki, Solio, Ol Pejeta, and Segera, which is in the middle of Laikipia, are some of the conservancies there.  All of these conservancies are privately or publicly owned, and each one has its own unique features, such as great places to explore, beautiful scenery, and different kinds of wildlife.

Segera Retreat

Segera retreat is one of the most unique places to stay in Laikipia. It has four houses and two homes, and the dining experience in the birds’ nest room is amazing and will stay with you forever.

 Sirai house

Sirai House is a private home in Kenya’s Laikipia area. It is in the Borana Conservancy, which is at the foot of snow-capped Mount Kenya. It is on a 250-acre estate, high on a ridge, with great views in all directions. It is surrounded by native forests and game-filled Kenyan hills and plains. This house has enough room for up to 12 people. It has 6 luxury rooms that are set apart from each other for privacy.

 Ol malo

Ol Malo is a family-owned ranch that is in the middle of Samburuland. At Ol Malo, you can stay in either The Lodge or The House. The Lodge has four separate cabins, and all of them have their own bathrooms. The House has three different parts: the House, the Hippo Cottage, and the Crocodile. The House has three rooms with their own bathrooms. Hippo has two rooms with their own bathrooms and a shared living room, and Crocodile is one room with its own bathroom.

The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille

Offers a great view of the wide, lush valley below and peace and quiet in one of Kenya’s most undiscovered areas. Guests can try out many different sports and enjoy a lot of luxury at the sanctuary.

Ol Donyo lodge

Have you been to this beautiful part of Africa with rolling hills of green grass that go on forever, blue skies, and big views of the land? If you want to go on a Kenyan safari, you should put Chyullu Hills on your list. When you stay at Ol Donyo lodge, you can see beautiful views of Mt. Kilimanjaro from the fields.

Tsavo national park

After Tsavo West and Tsavo East, which are split by the road from Nairobi to Mombasa, this is the largest park. This park is known for its rough, dry, and unique landscape. You can see the Mzima springs, the Shetani lava flow, a volcanic crater, and the five sister hills in this park. The park has more than just beautiful scenery. People know the park for its red elephants.

Salt Lick Safari Lodge

The Salt Lick Safari Lodge is near waterholes where animals like elephants can be seen.

The Finch Hatton’s

It is the nicest camp in all of Tsavo. It has a great view of Mt. Kilimanjaro and looks out over a freshwater spring with hippos and snakes. The camps are a perfect mix of modern comfort and old-world expedition experience.

The Lions Bluff Lodge

An eco-lodge with great views all around. With only 12 rooms, the Bluff gives a private, high-end safari and cultural experience, as well as stunning views and the chance to see animals up close.

Amboseli national park

Kenya’s best park is Amboseli, which is known for its big herds of elephants with the longest tusks. Mt. Kilimanjaro can also be seen in a dramatic way from the park.

Angama Amboseli

Angama Amboseli will be a small lodge with only 10 tented rooms. It is set to open on November 1, 2023, and will have its first guests. All of the rooms will be made so that the famous views of Mount Kilimanjaro are the best they can be.

Elewana Tortilis Camp

Tortilis camp has the best views of Kilimanjaro’s glacier-topped peak. When people stay at this lodge, they have the place to themselves. They can enjoy bush dinners, sundowners, and nature walks, among other things.

Samburu National Reserve

Samburu national reserve is known for having five rare wild animal species, including the Somali ostrich, reticulated giraffe, gerenuk, Grevy’s zebra, and Beisa Oryx. You can spice up your trip to this place by going to see the Samburu village.

Sasaab Camp

Sasaab is a camp that looks like it was made in Morocco. It adds a touch of luxury and excitement to the rare and wild cape of Samburu national reserve. The golden savannahs and fields of the Laikipia plateau and MT Kenya are also beautiful sights to see from the camp.

Saruni Samburu

Saruni Samburu has five houses and a beautiful view of the northern border of Kenya. The style, layout, and furniture of this place are just incredible. When staying at this hotel, you can see the Samburu Special five on game drives in the morning and evening.

Lakes Region 

This is the park with lakes Naivasha, Nakuru, Elementaita, Bogoria, and Baringo all around it. This area is well-known for bird watching, especially at lakes Nakuru and Baringo, where there are a lot of pink flamingos. When you visit these places, you can also go cycling, hiking, on a boat tour, on a game drive, explore, or have an adventure.

Loldia House 

Loldia House makes you long for a kinder, friendlier time when it was common to play croquet on the grass and talk around a roaring fire at night. It is on Kenya’s oldest farm, and everything in the lakes region, including volcanoes, beautiful lakes, hell’s gate national park, conservancies, and the game reserve, is within easy reach.

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