Browse listings of our most popular tours
Browse listings of our most popular tours
Situated in 80 acres of privately owned wilderness, our lodge offers the chance to connect with nature and to delight the senses in unspoiled bush and forest.
Whether it’s watching the classic African wildlife, indulging in a therapeutic massage, going on a bush hike, or simply soaking up the savannah sun with a drink in the evening, Rhino River Camp offers endless opportunities for adventure and the perfect space for relaxation.
The Rhino Sanctuary section of Meru Park is just on our doorstep!
So, whenever you feel like leaving the comfort of the Camp to see the Big Five (and more), you are able to do that within a few minutes.
Enkorok Mara Camp is set on 30 acres of private land in Masai Mara Siana’s Conservancy. It overlooks the scenic Oloolotikoshi Hills and is perfect for sundowners for guests relaxing after a game drive with a captivating sunset. The Camp is set on the banks of the Oloirigynyisho River where Zebras, Wildebeests, Elephants, and other wildlife regularly come to drink water hence providing a scenic view from the tented camp.
Crowned by Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, the Amboseli National Parks is one of Kenya's most popular parks. The name "Amboseli" comes from a Maasai word meaning "salty dust", and it is one of the best places in Africa to view large herds of elephants up close. Nature lovers can explore five different habitats here ranging from the dried-up bed of Lake Amboseli, wetlands with sulphur springs, the savannah, and woodlands. They can also visit the local Maasai community who live around the park and experience their authentic culture.
Buraha Zenoni Hotel & Resort is set overlooking the fast sprouting center (Barnabas) in the outskirts of Nakuru. It is the standout establishment towering over any other structure in the vicinity. Being a 15-minute drive from The Nakuru CBD, the hotel strikes the perfect balance between convenience and serenity; away from the rush life of the town.
Ol Talet Cottages are located about 4o km from Nairobi along Nairobi-Magadi Road. With magnificent views and sunsets over the Great Rift Valley, Ol Talet Cottages offer an ideal combination of tranquility and relaxation.
The Sands at Nomad is an award-winning boutique resort located in Ukunda, nestled in an indigenous coastal forest with a garden and a palm-fringed beach. The hotel is the perfect getaway for those wanting to experience the breathtaking Diani beach, indulge in first-class dining, scuba dive on untouched reefs with Kenya's leading PADI dive centre or simply relax around the resort and soak up the Kenyan hospitality that the South Coast is famous for.
Comfort Gardens is a luxurious guest house located close to the United Nations Compound, a host of embassies, international organizations as well as the Village Market shopping mall. The guest house offers a choice of accommodation, designed as an ideal space for work and relaxation alike.
Mara River Camp is nestled on the banks of the Mara River. Its location makes it possible to view a wide variety of wildlife while at the same time experiencing the peace and tranquility that the tented camp offers. Mara River Camp is located at the foothill of the Oloololo Escarpment at the North West boundary of Kenya’s famous Masai Mara National Game Reserve. It is easily reachable by road trip or from the 2 airstrips that are located nearby; Kichwa Tembo and Musiara.
Leisure Lodge Beach and Golf Resort is a leading All-Inclusive resort located on the famous Diani Beach of Kenya’s South Coast. The hotel boasts one of the longest stretches of white sandy beaches on Kenya’s Coast. Lined with tall palm trees bending into the clear blue Indian Ocean, the hotel in Mombasa beckons you to Diani Beach for an adventure of a lifetime. The glorious tropical climate characterized by a dazzling blue sky, the impressive stretch of colorful coral reef exposed by the low tide, and endless possibilities for adventure make Diani beach one of the most sought-after destinations on the coast of Kenya.
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