Attractive Kenya Safari Lodges & Camps : Various safari destinations can be found in Kenya, including the Great Rift Valley, grassland, lakes, woods, and mountain highlands. The big wildebeest migration takes place here, and you may also see animals like lions, elephants, and rhinos. After your safari, take some time to relax on the beach and go diving or sailing in the Indian Ocean. There is a plethora of safari lodges and camps because it is a classic safari location. The following are the top 10 Kenyan safari lodges and camps, listed alphabetically.

  1. Angama Mara.

 Masai Mara National Reserve is home to a wide variety of animals, from elephants and buffalo to lions, throughout the entire year. The yearly big migration of wildebeest and zebra begins in the northern part of the region. Each tent at Angama Mara has a glass front, so guests may gaze out over the Mara Triangle. Have a picnic under the trees and relive the romance of Out of Africa on the hill where the film was shot.

Explore the area around the winding Mara River by game drive, bush walk, or hot air balloon as the sun rises. Travel to a Maasai manyatta (village) and immerse yourself in their rich culture. Have a meal under the stars, a gin and tonic at sunset, and a massage on your terrace.

  1. Campi ya Kanzi.

Campi ya Kanzi, just near to Amboseli National Park, you may have a fantastic safari experience. Unwind under the thatched canopy of your tent and take in the sights of Mount Kilimanjaro and the “green hills of Africa” described by Ernest Hemingway. The modest ecolodge combines eco-friendly practices with an authentic safari adventure, all while helping the indigenous Maasai people and their wildlife.

Take a trip through the wilderness with a Maasai guide and tracker. A trip to Amboseli would be worthwhile only for the scenery, but you can also count on seeing several elephants. You could also encounter wildebeest, zebra, giraffe, lion, cheetah, buffalo, hyena, and hippo.

  1. Elephant Bedroom Camp.

 Picture a river with a lush forest and palm trees where it would not normally exist. You’ve reached the Samburu National Reserve. Tree-lined and situated on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River, Elephant Bedroom Camp is one of the Kenya safari camps available here. The tents are both luxurious and authentically African in design. Your deck features a pool, perfect for a quick dip.

While eating dinner alone on your deck, you may watch impala and elephant wander around the unfenced camp and take in the night sky. On a game drive, you may spot the Big Five lion, leopard, elephant, and the “specials”Beisa Oryx, Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, and long-necked gerenuk. Join a Samburu guide on a walk to gain insight into the region’s wildlife and culture.

  1. Elsa’s Kopje

Views of the volcanic plains are spectacular from Elsa’s Kopje atop Mughwango Hill in Meru National Park. It was named after the protagonist lion from the Oscar-winning film Born Free (1966). The Adamsons’ resort sits atop their initial camp, from where they released orphaned lions. The privacy, opulence, and panoramas at Elsa’s Kopje are its defining characteristics.

Massive herds of elephants are the main draw here. The rhino sanctuary also houses buffalo, lions, giraffes, and rhinos. Explore semiarid grasslands dotted with baobab trees, shady woodlands, and waterways populated by hippo rafts. Experience nature up close on a guided walk, relax with a massage, or learn about the local culture on a visit to the Tharaka people.

  1. Kiboko Luxury Camp.

Lake Naivasha, in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley, is a popular tourist safari destination. One of the most picturesque Kenya safari camps, the tents of Kiboko Luxury Camp on its banks gaze out over the sea.

See flamingos and pelicans at Lake Elementaita or Lake Nakuru, both close to Hell’s Gate National Park. Visit the summit of Mt. Longonot, an extinct volcano with spectacular panoramic views. Mt. Longonot National Park is home to a variety of wildcats, lions, zebras, and giraffes. You could even have a massage and unwind at camp while taking in the scenery.

  1. Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge.

Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge is another great choice among Kenya safari lodges, set against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro and the volcanic Chyulu Hills. The lodge in Tsavo West National Park looks out over a watering hole frequented by elephants and other wildlife. Relax in the pool while eating dinner and watching the Akamba dancers.

Attractive Kenya Safari Lodges & Camps
Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge

Explore the wild with a Maasai guide on a wildlife drive or a bush walk to the rhino sanctuary. Get a bird’s eye view of the surrounding area while you eat breakfast atop the Roaring Rocks. Witness the black lava that erupted from the ground in the so-called “land of lions and lava.” Or, to witness hippos and crocodiles in the midst of Tsavo’s red dust, head to Mzima Springs.

  1. Lake Nakuru Lodge.

 Inside Lake Nakuru National Park sits the ecolodge known as Lake Nakuru Lodge. This area’s soda lake is recognised as a Ramsar site. Hundreds of flamingos, pelicans, and other birds flock there because of how great it is for birding. The park is home to over 50 mammal species, including lion, rhino, buffalo, and Rothschild’s giraffe, all of which can be seen on a game drive. From Baboon Cliff, you may observe the Makalia Falls and the surrounding tropical forests, yellow fever trees, and lake.

Enjoy the lake or the nearby mountains from the comfort of your own private veranda at the resort. Relax in the pool or among the beautiful grounds. Experience horseback riding safari, a relaxing massage, sundowners with a breathtaking view of the lake, and exciting nightly dance performances.

  1. Lewa Safari Camp.

When you stay at the cosy Lewa Safari Camp, you’ll be within easy reach of the snow-capped peaks of Mt. Kenya and the 26 ha/64 acres of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. Your spacious tented suite with veranda will impress you. Take a safari and spot big cats, elephants, buffalo, cheetahs, and zebras (including the endangered Grevy’s kind). One of the top conservation concerns is protecting rhinos, both black and white.

Take a guided walk among the treetops of Ngare Ndare Forest and have a picnic with your group. Take a ride on a horse and see nature on its own terms. Get a feel for Samburu life by visiting a traditional village.

  1. Loisaba Tented Camp.

Loisaba Tented Camp boasts a view over tree-studded plains towards Mt. Kenya from its perch on the brink of an escarpment in a vast Laikipia conservancy. Luxury tent with floor-to-ceiling windows for taking in the scenery. After an early morning wildlife drive, when you might spot elephant, lion, leopard, and wild dog, you can unwind in the infinity pool while taking in the panoramic vistas.

Among the zebra and elephant herds, you may go horseback riding. Join a Samburu guide for a vigorous hike through the jungle. Mountain biking safari down the escarpment is a thrilling way to get your blood pumping. See traditional dances and learn about daily life in a Samburu village.

  1. Ol Pejeta Bush Camp.

Mount Kenya may be seen from Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, which is located in the Aberdares. Amazing opportunities to see wildlife can be found right outside your tent at a salt lick on the other side of the Ewaso Nyiro River.

To see the Big Five a cheetah, an African wild dog, a Grevy’s zebra, a Beisa Oryx, and a Jackson’s hartebeest go on a game drive in the reserve. Here you may check out a chimpanzee refuge and read about efforts to save rhinos. On a walking Kenya safari, you can study the flora, fauna, and footprints of the area. Have a picnic, check out the neighborhood, and camp out for the night.

book a safari