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Sweetwaters Serena Camp
Sweetwaters Serena Camp Sweetwaters Serena Camp is an exclusive and sheltered oasis assembled around a water hole. It provides an amazing wildlife viewing experience where you can see animals from
- Luxury tented camp
- Ideal for families and couples
- 2.5hrs drive from Nairobi
Jambo Mutara Camp
Jambo Mutara Camp In the shadow of the stunning Mount Kenya lies the sole accommodation found in the sprawling 20,000-acre Mutara Conservancy. Jambo Mutara Camp’s secluded cliff-top perch allows the
- Serene Location
- Luxury tented accommodation
- 3 hrs drive from Nairobi
Growth of Nanyuki Hotels and Nanyuki Town
Nanyuki is the capital of Laikipia County, serving as Mount Kenya’s connection to the Great Rift Valley as well as a quaint but up-and-coming town. Founded in 1907, ever since then Nanyuki has been increasing in size both in economic terms and the number of luxury Nanyuki hotels.
The 1930s saw the town build a railway to link them and nearby Nairobi. What makes Nanyuki notable, though, is that this town serves as a base for the Kenya Air Force and provides a training area for the British Army.
Not to be outdone though, this is far from a simple military town. Game parks, conservancies, ranches, and luxury Nanyuki hotels also make it a central hub for activity.
There over 40 different places to stay in Nanyuki, ranging from 120-room safari clubs to 8-room cattle lodges.
Ol Pejeta Conservancy – Nanyuki Hotels
The Ol Pejeta Conservancy prides itself on upholding three pillars; guardianship, innovation, and authenticity. Guardianship is built upon the foundation of safeguarding every species on their conservancy and making sure that all animals thrive, not just survive. Innovation is what drives the company, leading both their customers and their clients to envelop the mindset, especially where conservation is involved.
Authenticity is what they strive for, providing natural experiences with the local wildlife, while at the same time protecting that wildlife. With many activities to choose from, perhaps the most notable are lion tracking and dog tracking; imagine driving up to a lion pride and being up close and personal with one of the world’s greatest predators. Ol Pejeta also provides information on keeping safe during these expeditions and has a strict code of conduct to ensure the safety and well-being of all visitors.
Accommodation on Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
Ol Pejeta Conservancy has a good number of accommodation options ranging from tented camps to lodges.
Each of the hotels gives you a distinctive experience of this wild part of Kenya. Some of the Nanyuki Ol Pejeta Conservancy hotels include;
Laikipia is notably one of Kenya’s best safari regions, being roughly the size of Wales, and having a vast population of animals. Of Kenya’s 600-something black rhinos, Laikipia houses about 300 of them. Wild dogs and zebras also make up a large percentage of the population of this vast conservancy. Rarer animals are closely monitored, with the predators of which being radio-collared so as to ensure the continued survival of the hunted species.
The Lewa Marathon is proudly hosted each year in June to raise funds for development and continual conservation. There are multiple ranches featuring safaris in the Laikipia area, including Borana Ranch, Solio Ranch, and the Lekurruki Group Ranch.
Most Popular Nanyuki Hotels and Lodges
Sweetwaters Serena Camp
Set in the midst of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy is the Sweetwaters Serena Camp. Offering 39 different private luxury tents overlooking the water hole, this is a view you won’t want to miss. The Waterhole Bar, Sweetwaters’ featured restaurant, overlooks the watering hole, boasting elephant, rhino, lion, buffalo and leopard viewing which is virtually unparalleled.
Guests staying in this Nanyuki Hotels who want to get up and around are not to be disappointed, with camel treks, daily and nightly game drives, and cultural dancing just a few of the services and activities offered here. Wedding venues, with honeymoon suites located on-site and grand views of wildlife, are available for newlywed couples.
Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club
Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club prides itself on providing 120 rooms, stationed on over 100 acres of gardens tailored to provide a sense of relaxation, comfort, tranquility, and adventure.
Featured in the Travel & Leisure Magazine in the World’s Top 50 list and winning the 2013 Travellers Choice Awards, this luxury Nanyuki Hotels has catered to famous names, such as Bing Crosby, Winston Churchill, and William Holden. Table tennis, an animal orphanage, croquet, bowling, horseback riding and golf are but a few of the activities available to the guests who stay here.
When you’re done with activities and admiring all of the local wildlife, treat yourself to some fantastic meals. The Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club is truly a picturesque getaway for any traveler.