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Kenyan Sojourn

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Luxury and wildlife conservation unite on this stylish safari that combines very different camps in spectacular settings. Activities range from day and night game drives to excellent guided walks that follow tracks through abundant game viewing areas. Camel, horse and balloon safaris are all optional additions to enhance this luxurious safari. As a bonus, if you travel in the dry season, you could be in the Mara watching wildebeest thunder right past your tent.

This is also a excellent choice for romance seekers!

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Day 1  Arrive Nairobi
Welcome to Nairobi! Your private vehicle will be waiting to transfer you to the suburbs of Karen and the luxurious Hemingway's Hotel. Your private butler will wisk you to your room with views of the Ngong Hills in the distance. Sleep well.

Hemingways Nairobi

This plantation-style 45-room boutique hotel, beautiful in its symmetry and flooded with natural light, is airy and spacious. Its 80 square metre bedrooms each have a private balcony overlooking the iconic silhouette of the Ngong Hills.

Hallmark Hemingways hospitality, borne out of decades of expertise in welcoming guests to Kenya, makes you the focus of our every design. This new hotel, only a 40-minute drive away from Nairobi’s international airport, completes our definitive Collection which encompasses the beach and the bush.

Deep baths, cotton sheets as dense as suede, golden glorious mornings behind the diaphanous netting of your four-poster, armfuls of fragrant velvet roses and blissful seclusion from the world.

Our guest-attention is personal and sincere, offering a seamless service from the moment you touchdown in Kenya to the final adieu of your departure. We’re here to enhance your experience and surprise you with detailed care during your stay. Your dedicated butler will know that you prefer Earl Grey to Assam with your scones and Cornish clotted cream, and he’ll remember which trousers you like pressed flat and which ones need a central crease.

So while you’re reposing in the spa or discussing the delicacies of the a la carte menu with our Executive chef in the private dining room, back in your suite your butler will have dimmed the lights, adjusted your personalized pillows, set out your nightcap ... ready for you to return for a peaceful night's sleep.

×

Day 2  Nairobi | Meals: B
Your day begins at Karen Blixen's former home, now a museum. The words of her wonderful book, "Out of Africa" come to life as you walk through the home, almost hearing Karen and Denys Finch Hatton laughing over dinner. From here, visit the Kazuri Bead Factory, where single mothers and widows have found employment by creating colorful beads artiscally brought together in necklaces, earings and much more. Fun awaits when you visit the Giraffe Center and have the opportunity to feed these graceful animals from an elevated platform. Make sure your camera has a lot of space to capture the moment you and the giraffes connect! Return to the hotel for lunch on your own. Later this afternoon, you'll take the short drive to the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage for an extraordinary visit with the tiny orphans being hand-raised by the dedicated keepers. We have sponsored an elephant on your behalf and as a sponsor you are one of the few people permitted to visit at 5 pm when the small charges are put to bed. There will be more than a few tugs at your heart strings as you watch these tiny elephants interact with their keepers. You will be amazed at the similarities between their behavior and human behavior.

Hemingways Nairobi

This plantation-style 45-room boutique hotel, beautiful in its symmetry and flooded with natural light, is airy and spacious. Its 80 square metre bedrooms each have a private balcony overlooking the iconic silhouette of the Ngong Hills.

Hallmark Hemingways hospitality, borne out of decades of expertise in welcoming guests to Kenya, makes you the focus of our every design. This new hotel, only a 40-minute drive away from Nairobi’s international airport, completes our definitive Collection which encompasses the beach and the bush.

Deep baths, cotton sheets as dense as suede, golden glorious mornings behind the diaphanous netting of your four-poster, armfuls of fragrant velvet roses and blissful seclusion from the world.

Our guest-attention is personal and sincere, offering a seamless service from the moment you touchdown in Kenya to the final adieu of your departure. We’re here to enhance your experience and surprise you with detailed care during your stay. Your dedicated butler will know that you prefer Earl Grey to Assam with your scones and Cornish clotted cream, and he’ll remember which trousers you like pressed flat and which ones need a central crease.

So while you’re reposing in the spa or discussing the delicacies of the a la carte menu with our Executive chef in the private dining room, back in your suite your butler will have dimmed the lights, adjusted your personalized pillows, set out your nightcap ... ready for you to return for a peaceful night's sleep.

×

Day 3  Nairobi-Lewa Downs Conservancy | Meals: BLD
Leave the hotel early this morning for Wilson Airport, where a light aircraft flight takes you to Lewa Downs Conservancy. Lewa was originally a cattle ranch until the owners of the land set aside 5,000 acres to protect and breed rhinos, whose numbers had dropped precipitously to just 300 in the 1970's. The project was so successful, that by 1995, the Craig family decided to dedicate their entire ranch to the conservation of wildlife.

Lewa Safari Camp with its lush green lawns, a large pool and tented accommodation, provides visitors with an insight to conservation and wildlife management at its best. Settle into your tent before having lunch and an afternoon game activity.

Lewa Safari Camp

Lewa Downs Conservancy was originally a cattle ranch until the owners of the land set aside 5,000 acres to protect and breed rhinos, whose numbers had dropped precipitously to just 300 in the 1970's. The project was so successful, that by 1995, the Craig family decided to dedicate their entire ranch to the conservation of wildlife.

Lewa Safari Camp, with its lush green lawns, a large pool and tented accommodation, provides visitors with an insight to conservation and wildlife management at its best. Although under the not for profit umbrella, the Safari Camp spares no comforts on the home front. A visit to Lewa provides extraordinary game viewing, comfort, and many varied activities, and also a chance to witness and participate in a successfully working conservation program.

The camp can sleep 26 guests and comprises nine twin rooms, one double and two family/triple tents, all with en suite bathrooms hot and cold running water and flush toilets. Lewa’s a total success story and guests have an almost exclusive access to an area teeming with a variety of exciting wildlife.

×

Day 4 & 5  Lewa Downs Conservancy | Meals: BLD
The Conservancy is famous for endangered species such as rhino (about 100, which Lewa is probably best known for) and Grevy’s zebra (17% of the world's population). There are a myriad of other species including lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, elephant, buffalo, zebra, eland and many more. Bird enthusiasts marvel at more than four hundred identified bird species, some rare whilst others are abundant. Your two day stay here will be filled with activities on the conservancy which includes game drives and guided bush walks.

Lewa Safari Camp

Lewa Downs Conservancy was originally a cattle ranch until the owners of the land set aside 5,000 acres to protect and breed rhinos, whose numbers had dropped precipitously to just 300 in the 1970's. The project was so successful, that by 1995, the Craig family decided to dedicate their entire ranch to the conservation of wildlife.

Lewa Safari Camp, with its lush green lawns, a large pool and tented accommodation, provides visitors with an insight to conservation and wildlife management at its best. Although under the not for profit umbrella, the Safari Camp spares no comforts on the home front. A visit to Lewa provides extraordinary game viewing, comfort, and many varied activities, and also a chance to witness and participate in a successfully working conservation program.

The camp can sleep 26 guests and comprises nine twin rooms, one double and two family/triple tents, all with en suite bathrooms hot and cold running water and flush toilets. Lewa’s a total success story and guests have an almost exclusive access to an area teeming with a variety of exciting wildlife.

×

Day 6  Lewa-Samburu | Meals: BLD
Leaving Lewa after breakfast this morning, you will fly to Samburu and Sasaab camp. Situated above the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River, in the arid heart of Samburu land, Sasaab’s tranquil setting offers views towards the Laikipia plateau and of Mount Kenya. The main area sits on a high rocky ridge allowing one to enjoy the spectacular views through the Moroccan interior and courtyard. The swimming pool is perched on the hill side overlooking the river. Massage & beauty treatments are offered from the privacy of your tent.

After lunch and perhaps a siesta, enjoy the list of activities available from here, including game drives, bush walks, bush breakfast and sundowners.

Sasaab Camp

Sasaab offers a true wilderness experience with excursions into the famous Samburu Reserve known for its large herds of Elephant and the endangered Grevy Zebra.

Accommodation is in nine Moroccan tents, each over 100 meters squared comprising of a bedroom, sitting room and fully serviced bathrooms. 5 tents have double beds whilst 4 tents have twin beds. Electricity is solar powered, offering outlets for charging equipment in each tent. All tents have wireless internet connection, cooling fans and a private plunge pool. Strong emphasis is placed on the highest quality and freshest products and the dishes are of a Moroccan influence.

×

Day 7  Samburu Sasaab | Meals: BLD
Sasaab offers a true wilderness experience with excursions into the famous Samburu Reserve known for its large herds of Elephant and the endangered Grevy Zebra. During your stay, choose from a variety of activities. Thanks to its location, you can enjoy a night game drive at Sasaab. Take a fascinating walking safari along the river or into the grassland. For those with a more adventurous spirit, take a mountain bike ride.

Sasaab Camp

Sasaab offers a true wilderness experience with excursions into the famous Samburu Reserve known for its large herds of Elephant and the endangered Grevy Zebra.

Accommodation is in nine Moroccan tents, each over 100 meters squared comprising of a bedroom, sitting room and fully serviced bathrooms. 5 tents have double beds whilst 4 tents have twin beds. Electricity is solar powered, offering outlets for charging equipment in each tent. All tents have wireless internet connection, cooling fans and a private plunge pool. Strong emphasis is placed on the highest quality and freshest products and the dishes are of a Moroccan influence.

×

Day 8  Samburu – Masai Mara | Meals: BLD
After an early morning game drive, continue to Samburu airstrip for the scheduled flight to the Masai Mara, and the Elewana Sand River Camp set on the the banks of the Sand River. Sand River Masai Mara is located within the Masai Mara National Reserve, close to the Tanzanian border. Sand River Masai Mara is an ideal destination, at any time of the year, for those wishing to enjoy exceptional game-viewing. The National Reserve is best known for its large concentrations of big cats, such as leopard, cheetah and, of course, lion. Even the dramatic arrival of the Annual Migration merely adds to an already abundant resident wildlife that awaits discovery.

Elewana Sand River

Located on the banks of a river from which it has taken its name, Sand River Masai Mara is located within the Masai Mara National Reserve, close to the Tanzanian border.

Situated on a secluded and picturesque site, Sand River Masai Mara replicates the heyday of exclusive permanent tented camps of the late 1920’s.

The interior fixtures and furnishings mirror this period perfectly, reminding all who visit of those countless Hollywood movies that have paid homage to a classic era of African adventure.

Sand River Masai Mara comprises of 16-tented accommodations - including 1 family tent - each divided into two separate but adjoining campsites, with each area possessing its own designated dining and public areas, thereby creating an increased sense of exclusivity and privacy.

×

Day 9 & 10  Masai Mara | Meals: BLD
Your two days are filled with game viewing activities. The wildlife of the Masai Mara is world-renowned, with the so-called “Big Five”- buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhinoceros – evident throughout the year. The “Big Nine” - including cheetah, zebra, giraffe and hippo - extends this experience.

Elewana Sand River

Located on the banks of a river from which it has taken its name, Sand River Masai Mara is located within the Masai Mara National Reserve, close to the Tanzanian border.

Situated on a secluded and picturesque site, Sand River Masai Mara replicates the heyday of exclusive permanent tented camps of the late 1920’s.

The interior fixtures and furnishings mirror this period perfectly, reminding all who visit of those countless Hollywood movies that have paid homage to a classic era of African adventure.

Sand River Masai Mara comprises of 16-tented accommodations - including 1 family tent - each divided into two separate but adjoining campsites, with each area possessing its own designated dining and public areas, thereby creating an increased sense of exclusivity and privacy.

×

Day 11  Nairobi-Depart | Meals: BL
After breakfast and an early morning game drive, take the light aircraft flight back to Nairobi, where you will be met and transferred to the House of Waine where you can relax by the pool and enjoy a light lunch or dinner before being transferred to the airport for your flight home.
House of Waine (Pool Club House Use)

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Connoisseur

Visiting

  • Lewa Downs
  • Samburu
  • Masai Mara
  • Nairobi

This Tour Includes

  • Private arrival and departure transfers
  • Deluxe accommodations
  • Full day of touring in Nairobi including Karen Blixen Museum and Giraffe Center
  • Sponsorship of baby elephant at Daphne Sheldrick Wildlife Trust with an evening visit to the orphanage
  • Light aircraft flights Nairobi-Lewa Downs-Samburu-Masai Mara-Nairobi
  • Full game viewing by 4x4 safari vehicles on a shared basis
  • Night game drives are available at Sasaab
  • Safari walks are available at Lewa Conservancy and Sasaab
  • All park entry fees and hotel taxes
  • Personalized itinerary booklet with our Take Me With You Kit
  • UTG Safari Delay Protection Plan
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Luxury and wildlife conservation unite on this stylish safari that combines very different camps in spectacular settings. Activities range from day and night game drives to excellent guided walks that follow tracks through abundant game viewing areas. Camel, horse and balloon safaris are all optional additions to enhance this luxurious safari. As a bonus, if you travel in the dry season, you could be in the Mara watching wildebeest thunder right past your tent.

This is also a excellent choice for romance seekers!

Connoisseur

Visiting

  • Lewa Downs
  • Samburu
  • Masai Mara
  • Nairobi

This Tour Includes

  • Private arrival and departure transfers
  • Deluxe accommodations
  • Full day of touring in Nairobi including Karen Blixen Museum and Giraffe Center
  • Sponsorship of baby elephant at Daphne Sheldrick Wildlife Trust with an evening visit to the orphanage
  • Light aircraft flights Nairobi-Lewa Downs-Samburu-Masai Mara-Nairobi
  • Full game viewing by 4x4 safari vehicles on a shared basis
  • Night game drives are available at Sasaab
  • Safari walks are available at Lewa Conservancy and Sasaab
  • All park entry fees and hotel taxes
  • Personalized itinerary booklet with our Take Me With You Kit
  • UTG Safari Delay Protection Plan
Day 1  Arrive Nairobi
Welcome to Nairobi! Your private vehicle will be waiting to transfer you to the suburbs of Karen and the luxurious Hemingway's Hotel. Your private butler will wisk you to your room with views of the Ngong Hills in the distance. Sleep well.
Hemingways Nairobi

Hemingways Nairobi

This plantation-style 45-room boutique hotel, beautiful in its symmetry and flooded with natural light, is airy and spacious. Its 80 square metre bedrooms each have a private balcony overlooking the iconic silhouette of the Ngong Hills.

Hallmark Hemingways hospitality, borne out of decades of expertise in welcoming guests to Kenya, makes you the focus of our every design. This new hotel, only a 40-minute drive away from Nairobi’s international airport, completes our definitive Collection which encompasses the beach and the bush.

Deep baths, cotton sheets as dense as suede, golden glorious mornings behind the diaphanous netting of your four-poster, armfuls of fragrant velvet roses and blissful seclusion from the world.

Our guest-attention is personal and sincere, offering a seamless service from the moment you touchdown in Kenya to the final adieu of your departure. We’re here to enhance your experience and surprise you with detailed care during your stay. Your dedicated butler will know that you prefer Earl Grey to Assam with your scones and Cornish clotted cream, and he’ll remember which trousers you like pressed flat and which ones need a central crease.

So while you’re reposing in the spa or discussing the delicacies of the a la carte menu with our Executive chef in the private dining room, back in your suite your butler will have dimmed the lights, adjusted your personalized pillows, set out your nightcap ... ready for you to return for a peaceful night's sleep.

×

Day 2  Nairobi | Meals: B
Your day begins at Karen Blixen's former home, now a museum. The words of her wonderful book, "Out of Africa" come to life as you walk through the home, almost hearing Karen and Denys Finch Hatton laughing over dinner. From here, visit the Kazuri Bead Factory, where single mothers and widows have found employment by creating colorful beads artiscally brought together in necklaces, earings and much more. Fun awaits when you visit the Giraffe Center and have the opportunity to feed these graceful animals from an elevated platform. Make sure your camera has a lot of space to capture the moment you and the giraffes connect! Return to the hotel for lunch on your own. Later this afternoon, you'll take the short drive to the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage for an extraordinary visit with the tiny orphans being hand-raised by the dedicated keepers. We have sponsored an elephant on your behalf and as a sponsor you are one of the few people permitted to visit at 5 pm when the small charges are put to bed. There will be more than a few tugs at your heart strings as you watch these tiny elephants interact with their keepers. You will be amazed at the similarities between their behavior and human behavior.
Hemingways Nairobi

Hemingways Nairobi

This plantation-style 45-room boutique hotel, beautiful in its symmetry and flooded with natural light, is airy and spacious. Its 80 square metre bedrooms each have a private balcony overlooking the iconic silhouette of the Ngong Hills.

Hallmark Hemingways hospitality, borne out of decades of expertise in welcoming guests to Kenya, makes you the focus of our every design. This new hotel, only a 40-minute drive away from Nairobi’s international airport, completes our definitive Collection which encompasses the beach and the bush.

Deep baths, cotton sheets as dense as suede, golden glorious mornings behind the diaphanous netting of your four-poster, armfuls of fragrant velvet roses and blissful seclusion from the world.

Our guest-attention is personal and sincere, offering a seamless service from the moment you touchdown in Kenya to the final adieu of your departure. We’re here to enhance your experience and surprise you with detailed care during your stay. Your dedicated butler will know that you prefer Earl Grey to Assam with your scones and Cornish clotted cream, and he’ll remember which trousers you like pressed flat and which ones need a central crease.

So while you’re reposing in the spa or discussing the delicacies of the a la carte menu with our Executive chef in the private dining room, back in your suite your butler will have dimmed the lights, adjusted your personalized pillows, set out your nightcap ... ready for you to return for a peaceful night's sleep.

×

Day 3  Nairobi-Lewa Downs Conservancy | Meals: BLD
Leave the hotel early this morning for Wilson Airport, where a light aircraft flight takes you to Lewa Downs Conservancy. Lewa was originally a cattle ranch until the owners of the land set aside 5,000 acres to protect and breed rhinos, whose numbers had dropped precipitously to just 300 in the 1970's. The project was so successful, that by 1995, the Craig family decided to dedicate their entire ranch to the conservation of wildlife.

Lewa Safari Camp with its lush green lawns, a large pool and tented accommodation, provides visitors with an insight to conservation and wildlife management at its best. Settle into your tent before having lunch and an afternoon game activity.
Lewa Safari Camp

Lewa Safari Camp

Lewa Downs Conservancy was originally a cattle ranch until the owners of the land set aside 5,000 acres to protect and breed rhinos, whose numbers had dropped precipitously to just 300 in the 1970's. The project was so successful, that by 1995, the Craig family decided to dedicate their entire ranch to the conservation of wildlife.

Lewa Safari Camp, with its lush green lawns, a large pool and tented accommodation, provides visitors with an insight to conservation and wildlife management at its best. Although under the not for profit umbrella, the Safari Camp spares no comforts on the home front. A visit to Lewa provides extraordinary game viewing, comfort, and many varied activities, and also a chance to witness and participate in a successfully working conservation program.

The camp can sleep 26 guests and comprises nine twin rooms, one double and two family/triple tents, all with en suite bathrooms hot and cold running water and flush toilets. Lewa’s a total success story and guests have an almost exclusive access to an area teeming with a variety of exciting wildlife.

×

Day 4 & 5  Lewa Downs Conservancy | Meals: BLD
The Conservancy is famous for endangered species such as rhino (about 100, which Lewa is probably best known for) and Grevy’s zebra (17% of the world's population). There are a myriad of other species including lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, elephant, buffalo, zebra, eland and many more. Bird enthusiasts marvel at more than four hundred identified bird species, some rare whilst others are abundant. Your two day stay here will be filled with activities on the conservancy which includes game drives and guided bush walks.
Lewa Safari Camp

Lewa Safari Camp

Lewa Downs Conservancy was originally a cattle ranch until the owners of the land set aside 5,000 acres to protect and breed rhinos, whose numbers had dropped precipitously to just 300 in the 1970's. The project was so successful, that by 1995, the Craig family decided to dedicate their entire ranch to the conservation of wildlife.

Lewa Safari Camp, with its lush green lawns, a large pool and tented accommodation, provides visitors with an insight to conservation and wildlife management at its best. Although under the not for profit umbrella, the Safari Camp spares no comforts on the home front. A visit to Lewa provides extraordinary game viewing, comfort, and many varied activities, and also a chance to witness and participate in a successfully working conservation program.

The camp can sleep 26 guests and comprises nine twin rooms, one double and two family/triple tents, all with en suite bathrooms hot and cold running water and flush toilets. Lewa’s a total success story and guests have an almost exclusive access to an area teeming with a variety of exciting wildlife.

×

Day 6  Lewa-Samburu | Meals: BLD
Leaving Lewa after breakfast this morning, you will fly to Samburu and Sasaab camp. Situated above the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River, in the arid heart of Samburu land, Sasaab’s tranquil setting offers views towards the Laikipia plateau and of Mount Kenya. The main area sits on a high rocky ridge allowing one to enjoy the spectacular views through the Moroccan interior and courtyard. The swimming pool is perched on the hill side overlooking the river. Massage & beauty treatments are offered from the privacy of your tent.

After lunch and perhaps a siesta, enjoy the list of activities available from here, including game drives, bush walks, bush breakfast and sundowners.
Sasaab Camp

Sasaab Camp

Sasaab offers a true wilderness experience with excursions into the famous Samburu Reserve known for its large herds of Elephant and the endangered Grevy Zebra.

Accommodation is in nine Moroccan tents, each over 100 meters squared comprising of a bedroom, sitting room and fully serviced bathrooms. 5 tents have double beds whilst 4 tents have twin beds. Electricity is solar powered, offering outlets for charging equipment in each tent. All tents have wireless internet connection, cooling fans and a private plunge pool. Strong emphasis is placed on the highest quality and freshest products and the dishes are of a Moroccan influence.

×

Day 7  Samburu Sasaab | Meals: BLD
Sasaab offers a true wilderness experience with excursions into the famous Samburu Reserve known for its large herds of Elephant and the endangered Grevy Zebra. During your stay, choose from a variety of activities. Thanks to its location, you can enjoy a night game drive at Sasaab. Take a fascinating walking safari along the river or into the grassland. For those with a more adventurous spirit, take a mountain bike ride.
Sasaab Camp

Sasaab Camp

Sasaab offers a true wilderness experience with excursions into the famous Samburu Reserve known for its large herds of Elephant and the endangered Grevy Zebra.

Accommodation is in nine Moroccan tents, each over 100 meters squared comprising of a bedroom, sitting room and fully serviced bathrooms. 5 tents have double beds whilst 4 tents have twin beds. Electricity is solar powered, offering outlets for charging equipment in each tent. All tents have wireless internet connection, cooling fans and a private plunge pool. Strong emphasis is placed on the highest quality and freshest products and the dishes are of a Moroccan influence.

×

Day 8  Samburu – Masai Mara | Meals: BLD
After an early morning game drive, continue to Samburu airstrip for the scheduled flight to the Masai Mara, and the Elewana Sand River Camp set on the the banks of the Sand River. Sand River Masai Mara is located within the Masai Mara National Reserve, close to the Tanzanian border. Sand River Masai Mara is an ideal destination, at any time of the year, for those wishing to enjoy exceptional game-viewing. The National Reserve is best known for its large concentrations of big cats, such as leopard, cheetah and, of course, lion. Even the dramatic arrival of the Annual Migration merely adds to an already abundant resident wildlife that awaits discovery.
Elewana Sand River

Elewana Sand River

Located on the banks of a river from which it has taken its name, Sand River Masai Mara is located within the Masai Mara National Reserve, close to the Tanzanian border.

Situated on a secluded and picturesque site, Sand River Masai Mara replicates the heyday of exclusive permanent tented camps of the late 1920’s.

The interior fixtures and furnishings mirror this period perfectly, reminding all who visit of those countless Hollywood movies that have paid homage to a classic era of African adventure.

Sand River Masai Mara comprises of 16-tented accommodations - including 1 family tent - each divided into two separate but adjoining campsites, with each area possessing its own designated dining and public areas, thereby creating an increased sense of exclusivity and privacy.

×

Day 9 & 10  Masai Mara | Meals: BLD
Your two days are filled with game viewing activities. The wildlife of the Masai Mara is world-renowned, with the so-called “Big Five”- buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhinoceros – evident throughout the year. The “Big Nine” - including cheetah, zebra, giraffe and hippo - extends this experience.
Elewana Sand River

Elewana Sand River

Located on the banks of a river from which it has taken its name, Sand River Masai Mara is located within the Masai Mara National Reserve, close to the Tanzanian border.

Situated on a secluded and picturesque site, Sand River Masai Mara replicates the heyday of exclusive permanent tented camps of the late 1920’s.

The interior fixtures and furnishings mirror this period perfectly, reminding all who visit of those countless Hollywood movies that have paid homage to a classic era of African adventure.

Sand River Masai Mara comprises of 16-tented accommodations - including 1 family tent - each divided into two separate but adjoining campsites, with each area possessing its own designated dining and public areas, thereby creating an increased sense of exclusivity and privacy.

×

Day 11  Nairobi-Depart | Meals: BL
After breakfast and an early morning game drive, take the light aircraft flight back to Nairobi, where you will be met and transferred to the House of Waine where you can relax by the pool and enjoy a light lunch or dinner before being transferred to the airport for your flight home.
House of Waine (Pool Club House Use)

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