Mbulia Conservancy, Tsavo West
H12 Kipalo Hills
Perched on the side of the Mbulia Hills, H12Kipalo Hills enjoys fantastic views looking out across the 12,000 acre Mbulia Conservancy towards Ngulia Hills and Mount Kilimanjaro in the distance. A comfortable camp with delicious, fresh innovative cuisine and 8 luxurious double tents built to take the best advantage of the beautiful expansive views across the plains. H12 Kipalo Hills was built with the people and for the local community to benefit from protecting the resident wildlife, especially of elephant.
Tana River, Lower Tana Delta Conservancy
H12 Delta Dunes
Seven “dune‟ cottages built from driftwood, mangrove poles and thatch. All are open and have spectacular views of the sea, river or both; they are cool and shaded and mosquito nets enclose the double beds at night. The family cottage accommodates 4 people (plus room for extra bed). The cottages are accessed by many steps up the sand dunes. Power is available in all rooms. Bathrooms are large open sun-filled areas; all en-suite with flush toilets, hot and cold running water and powerful showers.
Olderkesi Conservancy, Masai Mara
Instinct of the Mara
Indulge your senses, hidden in the gem of Olderekesi Conservancy. With just 10 rooms, of which 2 are Luxury suites, there is no doubt that your experience at Instinct of the Mara will be as private and exclusive as it gets. Instinct of the Mara couldn’t be farther from the minibus flooded Masai Mara region to the north west. The Olderkesi area is home to one of the largest pack of wild dogs in the Mara ecosystem. While enjoying a drink on your patio, expect frequent visitors like Lion, wild dog, wilderbeest, greater kudu and buffalo. Other visitors include elephant, black rhino, cheetah and leopard.The Mara might be a small part of the Serengeti ecosystem but it makes up for its size in its thousand hill grasslands, winding rivers and magnifcent escarpments. This is a wildlife cinema like no other.