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Semi Luxury Safari Lodges
Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge on African Safari
Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge, Tanzania

Uniquely different and scenically located, the East African luxury safari lodges are located within the national parks, reserves and conservancy areas. Presented in classic African style, this accommodation type offers charming rooms, outdoor swimming pool areas, atmospheric dining, ‘sundowners’ (within the lodge or in the surrounding scenery), game drives, guided walks and cultural visits.

Our great selection of East African luxury safari lodges can be experienced while on a Kenya safari, Tanzania safari or while gorilla trekking on travel to Uganda.

Luxury East African Safari Lodges East African Safari Hotels and Accommodation

African Safari Fairmont Aberdare Country Club
Aberdare Country Club - Kenya

The Aberdare Country Club nestles on the slopes of Mweiga Hill, just two hours drive from Nairobi on a good paved road. All rooms and cottages are comfortable with private bathroom facilities and have spectacular views of the plains below, the Aberdare Mountains to the west and Mount Kenya to the east. The club serves as a gateway to the popular 'tree lodge, The Fairmont Ark, which is situated within the Salient of the Aberdare Mountains.

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Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge - Kenya

Set against the magnificent backdrop of Africa's highest mountain, the glittering Mount Kilimanjaro, Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge enjoys a uniquely privileged position at the heart of this world-famous national park. Secluded within a grove of acacia trees, the lodge looks out over the golden savannah plains, with uninterrupted views of the mountain itself. Close by are a series of emerald green swamps, which are fed by the melting snows of Kilimanjaro.

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Amboseli Sopa Lodge - Amboseli, Kenya

The Amboseli Sopa Lodge is located within 190 acres of wooded Maasai land at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. There are mature wooded gardens with a wide variety of flowering trees, shrubs and succulents. A potent draw to the surrounding wildlife, the grounds feature numerous birds, monkeys and squirrels. Within the lodge, there is a spacious reception presented in classic Maasia style and featuring Maasai artifacts and art.

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Ashnil Aruba Lodge - Tsavo East, Kenya

Ashnil Aruba Lodge, which lies on the eastern portion of the Tsavo Ecosystem, takes its name from the Aruba Dam (constructed on the Voi river in 1952), an oasis of limpid brown water that forms an irresistible attraction to both man and beast in this otherwise dry dusty Tsavo East National Park. The joint mass of Tsavo West and Tsavo East National Parks forms one of the largest national parks in the world and covers a massive 4% of Kenya's total land area.

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E Unoto Retreat - Lake Manyara, Tanzania

A Masai-inspired lodge, which has been styled to suggest an authentic Masai village, the E Unoto Retreat stands on the escarpment of the Great Rift Valley, overlooking Lake Miwaleni, which is 10 km north of Lake Manyara National Park. It offers just 25 luxury rooms, all of which overlook the lake, which is home to numerous hippos. An infinity pool overlooks the lakes and biking and guided walks are offered.

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Enashipai Resort & Spa - Naivasha, Kenya

A new safari facility in Naivasha, the Enashipai Resort & Spa takes after a Maasai term meaning ‘happiness'. With a modern spa, heated pool, modern conference centre & complementing facilities, the safari resort offers mind & body rejuvenation. A perfect destination for business or leisure, and just a short drive from the capital city - Nairobi, the lodge is set in extensive grounds, which extend to the shores of the Lake Naivasha, in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya.

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Great Rift Valley Lodge & Golf Resort - Kenya

The elegant Great Rift Valley Lodge and Golf Resort enjoys one of the most spectacular views in all of Africa; high on the shoulder of the Eburu Escarpment, overlooking the sparkling waters of Lake Naivasha and the sweeping floor of the Great Rift Valley. Looking out over the extinct volcano of Mount Longonot, the Aberdares and Mount Kenya, this relatively newly-built and ultra-elegant lodge also offers what is probably the most panoramic 6,580-yard, 18-hole championship golfcourse in the world.

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Hatari Lodge - Arusha, Tanzania

The characterful owner-managed Hatari Lodge stands on broad lawns, regularly frequented by giraffes, in a glade of acacia just outside the northern Momela Gate of Arusha National Park. This very individualistic lodge is named after the 1962 film Hatari (Danger), which starred John Wayne, and stands on a property once owned by his co-star, Hardy Kruger. The decor of Hatari Lodge is an imaginative blend of classic African safari style and the more 'retro' influences that date back to the time of the film.

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Keekorok Lodge - Masai Mara, Kenya

Keekorok means ‘the place of dark' trees in Maa, the language of the Masai. One of the easier Mara lodges to reach from Nairobi by road, Keekorok Lodge is well located, standing amid 80 acres of wilderness, atop a shallow rise, which allows for spectacularly long views across the rolling savanna. Dating from 1965, it is a large and busy lodge capable of accommodating almost 200 guests.

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Lake Victoria Holiday Kiboko Bay Beach Resort
Kiboko Bay Resort - Lake Victoria, Kenya

Kiboko Bay Resort is located on the shores of Lake Victoria close to the little fishing village of Dunga, which is 5km from Kisumu. Dunga is one of the best places in Kenya to see the traditional ssese canoes being made. These are used to operate the local passenger service on the lake, also for fishing. Painted in bright colours, often depicting a favourite football team, the boats are 8 long and narrow and have a large outboard motor. They are known locally as yie , while those with sails are known as yie nange .

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Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge - Tsavo West, Kenya

The first lodge ever to be built in a Kenyan National Park, Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge is superbly situated in the lee of Mount Kilimanjaro, encircled by volcanic splendour, adjacent to a teeming water hole and daily visited by vast herds of elephant, buffalo and plains game. Inspirationally positioned so that not only all the rooms but also the open-air restaurant, timbered game-viewing decks and rock-built bar enjoy uninterrupted views of the legendary snows of Kilimanjaro

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Lake Baringo Club - Great Rift Valley Kenya
Lake Baringo Club - Rift Valley, Kenya

Located on the shores of idyllic Lake Baringo, Lake Baringo Club is set in 10 hectares of beautiful grounds, which sweep down to the lakes edge. At night, the hippos come to graze here. A jetty extends out into the lake, and boat trips can be taken. A long low single story building houses the central lounge, bar and dining room - as simply be pleasantly presented. There is a pretty pool in the gardens with shaded sunbathing areas. Beyond the central buildings, the rooms stretch out in a long line of single storey chalets.

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Lake Bogoria Spa Resort Kenya Safari Hotels
Lake Bogoria Spa Resort - Rift Valley, Kenya

The Lake Bogoria Spa Resort is located immediately adjacent to the Lake Bogoria National Reserve in the northern sector of the Great Rift Valley. Set against the backdrop of the eastern wall of the rift and the Tugen Hills to the rift is surrounded by stunning scenery and offers excellent bird-watching. Clustered around a central building, the hotel has recently been expanded and offers a series of cottages above the pool and conference centre.

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Lake Duluti Serena Hotel - Arusha, Tanzania

Nestled at the foot of the wooded slopes of Mount Meru, this unique hotel stands amid coffee plantations on the shores of tranquil Lake Duluti. Designed to echo the traditional style of the colonial coffee farm, which originally stood on this site, Lake Duluti Serena Hotel (formerly Serena Mountain Village - Arusha) offers a range of tastefully presented cottage-styled rooms set amid extensive landscaped grounds. Standing at the gateway to the famous Tanzanian ‘Northern Safari Circuit', the hotel offers a broad range of attractions...

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Lake Elementaita Lodge - Rift Valley, Kenya

Lake Elementaita Lodge is a part of the history of Kenya. It was built by the honourable Galbraith Lowry Egerton Cole (1881-1929), one of the more colourful characters of colonial history, who is buried on the lakeside just below his old house. Built in 1916, this atmospheric house still retains all the features of a colonial home, from the red brick walls and a long verandah overlooking the flower garden, to the paneled rooms, fireplaces and library.

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Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge - Tanzania

Standing high on the edge of a towering terracotta escarpment with panoramic views over the glittering alkaline waters of Lake Manyara, Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge offers a unique blend of tranquillity, wildlife discovery, and ornithological richness. The unprecedented range of high-adventure sports, meanwhile, include mountain biking, canoeing and forest walks, while cultural choices include tours of the neighbouring villages and dance displays by the local Iraqw and sukuma people.

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Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge - Tanzania

Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge is dramatically located on the very edge of the vertiginous western escarpment of the Great Rift Valley. Affording magnificent views across the lake, it is elegantly designed on two levels and presented in classic Tanzanian safari style. A tranquil safari lodge, Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge offers 100 guest rooms, all with private balconies and stunning views across the waters of the lake. The Lake Manyara Wildlife Lodge also offers a hill-top swimming pool and sundeck with panoramic views.

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Lake Naivasha Country Club - Rift Valley, Kenya

This beautiful old hotel was Kenya's international air terminal just after World War II when the ‘flying boats' of BOAC (The British Overseas Airways Company) landed there enroute to South Africa. Once an elegant old house, the Lake Naivasha Country Club still maintains the original polished wooden floors, magnificent fireplaces, billiards room and broad verandahs overlooking the extensive gardens.

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Lake Naivasha Sawela Lodge - Rift Valley, Kenya

The newly-built Lake Naivasha Sawela Lodge only recently opened and is still in the process of being added to in terms of amenities. The lodge stands on the shores of Lake Naivasha, surrounded by typically lakeshore lawns and acacia trees. Relatively economically priced, the lodge offers simple but pleasant rooms and exceptionally friendly service. Future plans include the provision of a spa, golf course and sporting facilities.

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Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge - Rift Valley, Kenya

A relatively new lodge, situated on the shores of Lake Naivasha, the Simba Lodge offers an ideal escape for family and friends alike. Offering 70 rooms, it also has a heated swimming pool (and children's pool), a poolside snack bar, its own ‘pub' with satellite TV and a business centre and gift shop. There is also a health club, tennis courts and a wide variety of sports. The lake has a large population of hippos, which are regularly to be seen snorting and laughing in the shallow waters.

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Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge - Rift Valley, Kenya

The Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge is charmingly located. It stands in 120 acres of lakeside land, most of which is covered in green riparian meadows, which sweep down to the shores of the lake, one of the most beautiful in the Great Rift Valley. The grounds are dotted with tall acacia trees and feature numerous rock gardens, flowering shrubs and a grove of Candelabra Euphorbia. A jetty has been built out onto the lake, from where guests can watch the antics of the hippos in the lake and experience 360 degree views

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Lake Nakuru Lodge - Rift Valley, Kenya

Lake Nakuru Lodge lies in the south-east of Lake Nakuru National Park. Situated above the lake and ringed by forests of Euphorbia Candelabra and acacia, the lodge commands a stunning view over the lake and beyond to the Menengai Crater and the Aberdare range. Lake Nakuru is 160 kms north of Nairobi and lies at the heart of the Great Rift Valley. Nearby are the lakes of Elementaita, Naivasha and Bogoria.

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Lobo Wildlife Lodge Serengeti Safari
Lobo Wildlife Lodge - Serengeti, Tanzania

The most northern lodge in the Serengeti, and one of its earliest, Lobo Wildlife Lodge is built around a huge rocky outcrop, known as kopje, and thus merges magnificently into the landscape. Overlooking the plains, Lobo Wildlife Lodge offers 76 rooms, a restaurant ringed by huge walls of granite, a rock swimming pool and bar and panoramic views over the Serengeti, venue for the annual migration of the wildebeest.

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Malewa Wildlife Lodge - Naivasha, Kenya

Malewa Wildlife Lodge is a new lodge, situated on the Kigio Wildlife Conservancy, a 3,500-acre conservancy that lies between Nakuru and Naivasha. The striking Malewa Wildlife Lodge is set within glorious Yellow-fever woodland fronted by the Malewa River, a magnet for over 250 species of birds. The lodge reflects a dramatic architectural style combined with traditional African building methods and concepts.

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Mara Serena Safari Lodge - Masai Mara, Kenya

Secreted deep within the Masai Mara National Reserve, the Mara Serena Safari Lodge is the ultimate safari destination. Set high on a bush-cloaked hill, embraced by arcing vistas and washed by a sea of richly rolling grasslands, it stands centre-stage to one of Africa's most dramatic wildlife arenas and has a ringside seat for the greatest wildlife show on Earth, the legendary migration of the wildebeest.

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Mara Simba Lodge - Masai Mara, Kenya

Mara Simba Lodge has been designed so as to present a safari resort, Styled to reflect the iconic colours and cultural artefacts of the Maasai people, who are the original owners of this land, it offers a peaceful retreat from the adventure and experience of the traditional safari. Situated on the banks of the Talek River, the lifeblood of this region, it extends for one kilometer, amid typical savannah and indigenous forest landscape.

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Maralal Safari Lodge
Maralal Safari Lodge - Maralal, Kenya

The Maralal Safari Lodge is 3kms out of Maralal Town. A little Swiss chalet like in appearance, the lodge offers generous, high ceiling timbered rooms, a welcoming restaurant and bar, and a terrace looking out over the water hole of the Maralal National Sanctuary. The 250 sq km Maralal National Sanctuary and Yamo Forest, looks out over the majestic Ol Doinyo Lenkiyo Mountains of northern Kenya. Maralal itself is famous for the Maralal International Camel Derby, which usually takes place in the second week of August.

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Masai Mara Sopa Lodge - Masai Mara, Kenya

Masai Mara Sopa Lodge is set in the Oloolaimutia Valley & blends perfectly with the surrounding hillside landscape. The lodge is located 206 km south of the Equator on the eastern boundary of the Masai Mara Game Reserve in south-western Kenya, 2km from the Oloolaimutia Gate. The lodge has been styled to echo the icons, colours and cultural artifacts of the Maasai people and features high rondaval buildings, colourful decor and central fire places.

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Mountain Gorilla View Lodge – Volcanoes, Rwanda

Mountain Gorilla View Lodge is located at the base of Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park, home to the endangered Mountain Gorillas. The lodge is approximately 2 hrs drive from the capital Kigali, through an exquisitely beautiful and picturesque countryside with unsurpassed biodiversity. The lodge offers accommodation in 30 ensuite cottage rooms, laid out in contemporary African setting. The lodge's surroundings are richly adorned with various flora and bird species, superb for nature lovers.

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Mweya Safari Lodge - Queen Elizabeth, Uganda

Mweya Safari Lodge is superbly situated on a peninsula overlooking Lake Edward and the Kazinga Channel, which lie at the very centre of Ugandan's most famous national park, the spectacular Queen Elizabeth National Park. This is a safari lodge in historic style. Built in the 1950s, it accommodated Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother in 1954 and has hosted a wide range of dignitaries since.

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Naro Moru River Lodge - Mount Kenya

Naro Moru River Lodge is a world-famous base for climbing Mount Kenya; it is also a charming weekend retreat. It is situated on the equator between Nyeri and Nanyuki, at an altitude of 1,982 m in the Mount Kenya foothills (5 minutes drive to the road that leads up to the national park). The lodge is set in lush tropical gardens through which the Naro Moru River flows. The river, fed by the snows of Mt Kenya, is stocked with brown and rainbow trout, offering fun and excitement for the fly fisherman.

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Ndutu Safari Lodge - Serengeti, Tanzania

Ndutu Safari Lodge is an unassuming, yet much sought after safari destination located in the south east of the park, at the heart of the Serengeti Plains and at the head of the famous Olduvai Gorge, ‘birthplace of mankind'. Overlooking a pretty lake Ndutu, the safari lodge is set in acacia woodlands against the backdrop of the Ngorongoro Crater Highlands. Established as a hunting camp by the legendary ‘white hunter' George Dove in the 1960s, Ndutu Safari Lodge offers 34 comfortable safari cottages, set unfenced in the midst of the wilderness.

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Ngorongoro Crater Lodge - Tanzania

Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is perched on the edge of the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater at the eastern edge of the Serengeti in northern Tanzania. It lies within the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area, which covers more than 8 000 square kilometres (3 100 square miles) of pristine African wilderness. This top-of-the-range lodge was originally built in 1934 as a private hunting lodge with a commanding view over the crater and was converted to a hotel shortly after independence in 1961

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Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge - Tanzania

Regularly voted one of the best hotels in the world, this unique lodge clings to the rim of the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater, the largest and most perfect volcanic crater on Earth. Long and low, the lodge is built from local river stone and camouflaged with indigenous vines. Designed to blend completely into the landscape, it is entirely invisible from the floor of the Crater 600 metres below.

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Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge - Tanzania

Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge is located on Lemala Hill, which is on the eastern rim of Ngorongoro Crater in the Volcanic Highlands of Northern Tanzania. The Crater forms part of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, an area of 8,300sq kms set aside to preserve and integrate the diverse values and interests of wildlife, people, forestry, archaeology and tourism. Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge is the only tourist development on the previously undisturbed Eastern access road to the Ngorongoro Crater.

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Ngulia Safari Lodge - Tsavo West, Kenya

Tsavo lies some 232 kms from Nairobi and can be reached by road or air (three air strips). Built in 1969, the lodge stands on the Ndawe Escarpment overlooking the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary.

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Ol Tukai Lodge - Amboseli, Kenya

Built in 1996 and one of Amboseli's best-known lodges, Ol Tukai Lodge lies at the very centre of the park, close to the main swamp area and enjoys stunning views of Africa's highest mountain - the legendary 'Snows of Mount Kilimanjaro'. Once part of the Great Southern Game Reserve, Amboseli National Park is one of Kenya's earliest game sanctuaries; it is also one of her most popular attracting over 200,000 tourists per year.

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Outspan Hotel - Nyeri Town, Kenya

Outspan is located in Nyeri town, right in the heart of Kenya's tea and coffee growing highlands. It is an Eden of vibrant gardens and verdant green lawns and the peacocks that roam at will add to the charming ambiance. Traditionally the gateway to Treetops lodge, the Outspan is located in the centre of the busy agricultural town of Nyeri, just a short drive from the Aberdare National Park.

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Plantation Lodge - Ngorongoro, Tanzania

Plantation Lodge offers a perfect foil to the exertion and exhilaration of a Tanzanian safari. The 16 guest suites and cottages fan out around the original coffee lodge, which has an authentic ‘Out of Africa' feel - polished parquet floors, high garden-facing French windows, Planter-style furniture, whirling overhead fans and African memorabilia. The mood at Plantation Lodge is cool and measured, one of respite and retreat. Plantation Lodge offers just 15 elegant, ensuite rooms.

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Ruaha River Lodge - Ruaha, Tanzania

Ruaha River Lodge stands on the banks of the Great Ruaha River, which is the lifeblood of this arid region. Run by Peter and Sarah Fox, who offer an in-depth knowledge of the park and a life-times experience of running safari camps, the lodge is welcoming and friendly while the riverside bandas have been designed blend seamlessly into the surroundings. Each local stone and thatch room has minimal impact on the environment, while game viewing from the veranda is a relaxing and enthralling option.

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Rusinga Island Lodge - Lake Victoria, Kenya

Rusinga is the smallest of the islands of Lake Victoria. Formerly a family home, the delightful Rusinga Island Lodge is a collection of charming en-suite cottages made from stone, wood and grass thatch, decorated in African fabrics, each with a private veranda. The gardens contain enormous fig trees (including one where Mary Leakey had her camp at the time she discovered Proconsul heseloni .

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Samburu Game Lodge - Samburu, Kenya

Samburu Game Lodge is a traditional Kenyan safari lodge set in extensive grounds on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River, which represents the life-blood of this otherwise arid Reserve. Secluded and peaceful, it shelters in the cool of an acacia grove, where monkeys chatter and a stunning array of birds flutter and call. As for wildlife, Samburu provides one of the few sanctuaries in Kenya for the endangered Grevy's zebra, the rare beisa oryx and the blue-shanked Somali ostric...

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Samburu Simba Lodge - Samburu, Kenya

Samburu Simba Lodge is a relatively new lodge, situated in the Buffalo Springs National Reserve, which is a part of the larger Samburu system. Ideally located on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River, the lifeblood of this arid area, all rooms and central areas have views of the river and the nearby waterhole, where large herds of elephants and other wildlife come to drink. The lodge has two luxury swimming pools, a restaurant and bar, a curio shop and expansive conference facilities.

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Samburu Sopa Lodge - Samburu, Kenya

Built on raised ground allowing for panoramic views of the distant Samburu Hills on one side and Mount Kenya on the other, the Samburu Sopa Lodge stands in the centre of this beautiful and pristine reserve. Featuring a curve of cottages clustered around a waterhole, it is presented in classic Samburu style. Both the central dining and bar areas and the cottages enjoy unristricted views of the waterhole which attracts a wide range of wildlife both day and night.

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Sand Rivers Selous - Selous, Tanzania

Set on a wide curve of the mighty Rufiji River, Sand Rivers Selous lodge was originally built by Richard Bonham in 1984 who used this area of the Selous for his famous portered walking safaris, when the area was all but unknown. The lodge is both expedition base, and safari retreat; offering five tents, two suites and one house. There is also a central dining and bar area and swimming pool.

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Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge - Lake Nakuru, Kenya

The Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge stands on a wooded hill (Lion Hill) overlooking Lake Nakuru. Situated above the lake and ringed by forests of Euphorbia Candelabra and acacia, the lodge commands a stunning view over the lake and beyond to the Menengai Crater and the Aberdare range. Lake Nakuru is 160 kms north of Nairobi and lies at the heart of the Great Rift Valley. Nearby are the lakes of Elementaita, Naivasha and Bogoria.

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Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge - Tsavo West, Kenya

Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge is an all-night game viewing lodge which is especially memorable for its imaginative structure. A complex of rondavels, it is raised on stilts over a series of water holes, which draw large numbers of fame. Each double storey tower is topped by a peaked thatched roofs and connected to its fellows by open-air bridges, which are pulled up at night - rather like a drawbridge in a castle.

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Sarova Shaba Game Lodge - Shaba, Kenya

Beautifully presented, Sarova Shaba Game Lodge offers an oasis of green in the midst of a beautiful but harshly arid landscape. Surrounded by rocky hills, it is located adjacent to an area of natural springs, which feed the pools and cascades that dot the verdant grounds. It was by these springs that Joy and George Adamson of ‘Born Free' fame had their original camp. Over looking the Ewaso Nyiro river, the lodge features...

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Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge - Tsavo West, Kenya

The 62-room Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge lies in the heart of the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary, a private conservancy of 28,000 acres located at the foot of the Taita Hills and adjacent to Tsavo West National Park, one of the world's largest game reserves. The Sanctuary provides a safe environment to over 50 species of mammals and 300 species of birds within 28,000 acres of rolling savanna and woodland habitats.

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Serena Mountain Lodge - Mount Kenya

The only 'tree hotel' ever to be built on the slopes of Kenya's legendary Mount Kenya, the Serena Mountain Lodge offers a matchless game viewing opportunity whilst combining a glorious panorama of mountain vistas with the primordial splendours of an ancient rainforest. Floating 2,134m high on the flanks of Kenya's highest mountain and secreted deep within her largest forest reserve, the lodge offers not only the champagne-clarity of mountain air, the tranquility of the forest...

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Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge - Tanzania

Set high on the saddle of a tree-clad ridge, commanding panoramic views across the Serengeti, this lodge is the ultimate fusion of traditional African architecture and world-class style. Winner of numerous awards from the world travel press, it is perhaps the finest venue the Serengeti has to offer. Centrally located adjacent to the famous Western Corridor and Grumeti River, the lodge has been designed to blend completely into the living landscape.

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Serengeti Sopa Lodge - Serengeti, Tanzania

The Serengeti Sopa Lodge is camouflaged within dense acacia woodland, on the edge of a picturesque escarpment that overlooks the wildlife-teeming plains of the south-western part of the world-famous Serengeti National Park, host to the spectacular annual migration of the wildebeest. Surrounded by the Nyarboro Hills, The Serengeti Sopa Lodge offers a spacious reception, lobby and lounge; 69 luxury rooms, 4 suites, a swimming pool, a range of dining and bar experiences and an excellent selection of safari activities.

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Seronera Wildlife Lodge - Serengeti, Tanzania

The Seronera Wildlife Lodge is a typical example of a Tanzania safari lodge, which has been artfully constructed round a rocky outcrop, known in the Serengeti as a kopje. Perfectly blended into its safari surroundings, the lodge is surrounded by a number of waterholes, which attract wildlife by both day and night. Ideally located for safari game drives, balloon safaris and guided walks, the Seronera Wildlife Lodge offers 75 rooms, a central safari lounge and dining area and extensive grounds.

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Speke Bay Lodge - Serengeti, Tanzania

Backed by the rolling savanna of the Serengeti but bordered by the glittering waters of Lake Victoria, the largest inland lake in the world, the white-painted Speke Bay Lodge , with its traditional round or ‘rondavel' thatched buildings resembles a small village of the local Sukuma people, strung out along the shores of Lake Victoria. Though outside the borders of the Serengeti National Park, the luxury Speke Bay Lodge is only 15 minutes drive from the nearest gate, allowing guests to combine the traditional safari experience

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Sunbird Lodge - Lake Elementaita, Kenya

Sunbird Lodge is a relatively new camp, located on private land overlooking Lake Elementaita and the Soysambu Conservancy. Because it's not actually in the conservancy, however, no conservancy fees are payable. Simple and affordable it offers just ten simple cottages or chalets and a central dining, lounge and bar area. The lodge also offers a swimming pool and sun deck while daily balloon flights take off from the lodge daily.

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Tarangire Safari Lodge - Tanzania

Built on top of a high bluff, and carved from the living landscape, below which flows the Tarangire River, the superb Tarangire Safari Lodge offers one of the finest views in Africa. Attracting large numbers of game, the broad decks allow for optimum game-viewing, without ever leaving the lodge. Offering a choice of luxury tented rooms or chalets, the lodge has its own pool and the extensive grounds offer a wide range of nature walks. The lodge also offers a restaurant, bar and lounge and a gift-shop.

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Tarangire Sopa Lodge - Tanzania

The luxurious Tarangire Sopa Lodge , surrounded by rocky outcrops known as kopjes and ringed by ancient baobab trees, stands deep within the pristine and largely undiscovered wilderness that is Tarangire National Park. Offering 75 rooms, a swimming pool and a luxury dining room and bar, the lodge offers a welcome oasis in these semi-arid lands, which act as a backdrop to some of the largest migrations of animals in Africa.

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Tawi Lodge - Amboseli, Kenya

Tawi Lodge is located on a private 6,000-acre conservancy just 5 mins from the Kimana Gate of Amboseli National Park. Offering just 12 eco-friendly cottages, the lodge enjoys magnificent views of Mount Kilimanjaro and offers a central dining room and bar, both of which overlook the waterhole, where large herds of elephant come to drink. There is also a swimming pool and massage facility. Located at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, the lodge offers stunning views of Africa's highest mountain and the legendary 'Snows of Kilimanjaro'.

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The Ark Hotel - Aberdare, Kenya

The Ark is world-famous and one of Kenya's 'must do' experiences. Built to resemble Noah's Ark it floats amid the forests of the Aberdare National Park, joined to the world by its own wooden drawbridge. The Yasabara Waterhole, meanwhile, attracts animals from all over the park - notably large herds of elephant. No private vehicles are allowed within the area, guests are brought in by bus from the nearby Aberdare Country Club, which serves as a kind of staging post for the Ark itself.

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Treetops - Aberdare National Park, Kenya

The famous Treetops is unique. Originally built in 1932, Treetops is famous as the place where the then-Princess Elizabeth learned of her father's death and ascended to the British Throne in 1952. Styled to resemble a ship, the lodge comprises four decks and a top viewing deck. Timber built, it is raised on stilts overlooking a water hole and salt lick, while living tree branches form part of the fabric of the building itself.

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Voi Safari Lodge - Tsavo East, Kenya

Voi Safari Lodge stands high above the town of Voi overlooking a vast expanse of the African Bush. Just 160km from Mombasa City, the lodge is within easy access to both the eastern and western portions of the vast Tsavo ecosystem - one of the World's Largest Game Parks. Strategically situated, overlooking three waterholes, guests can simply watch the herds of wild animals roam beneath as they enjoy the ever-changing panorama of African wilderness unfold.

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Voi Wildlife Lodge - Tsavo East, Kenya

Voi Wildlife Lodge was opened in 2003 and stands on a 25-acre site just outside the boundary of the national park. A crescent of workmanlike stone-built, airily thatch-roofed buildings linked by broad timbered walkways, set amongst green grounds and overlooking a large murram-red waterhole that was jointly constructed with the Kenya Wildlife Service. It enjoys spectacular views of nearby volcanic outcrops, such as the Kasigau, Sagalla and Mwakingali Hills.

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