Kenya Lodge Safaris
Most of Kenya’s parks and reserves are well serviced by spectacular Safari Lodges. These allow the tourist to experience the harsh African climate, yet be pampered in style to ease the aches of long game drives.
Most multiday Kenya safaris use these lodges as stop over points as many are of a high international standard, geographically well- placed and some are even a destination in itself. Tree Tops in Aberdares National Park is an example of the latter as over 60 years ago a young Princess Elizabeth stayed there, famously entering as a princess and leaving as a queen (as her father passed away while Elizabeth was there).
The majority of the Kenya Safari Lodges offer fully serviced accommodation, swimming pools, spa and beauty treatments and more. All this is generally packaged into a building that blends into the environment and the staff coming from local communities. This means that all the employees are committed to providing outstanding service and can also inform you of the local history, culture and activities. The lodges are also, generally, decorated with local art and artifacts, and also have such items for sale. Some lodges are actually tented camps – which gives you the sensation of sleeping under the stars but with all the luxury and trappings that you would expect from a conventional safari lodge.
We pride ourselves in knowing that the lodges that we use on all of our safaris are of a high standard and will please the tourist as good value for the money spent.