How well do you know your country? This Tembea Kenya Series that we have put together presents you with 11 destinations to choose from depending on your budget.

You might have heard of the great wildebeest migration which begins in earnest in July and ends in November. Or the beautiful pink flamingo fringed Lake Nakuru or the equator marker in Nanyuki.

What you might not have heard of is our Tembea Kenya Series top picks such as Ololo Lodge which happens to be in Nairobi National Park. Or Jambo Mutara Camp in Laikipia or Elsa Kopje Camp in Meru.

How could we forget to mention The Shaza in Mombasa, a palatial establishment in Shanzu?

Take advantage of these Tembea Kenya packages to explore the magic that is Kenya from the vast plains of the savannah to the powdery white sands of Watamu and mountain ranges of Aberdare.

Now you have more reasons to travel and fewer excuses.

Rates are per double room per night

  • The Cliff Nakuru from KSh 27,400
  • Ololo Lodge, Nairobi National Park from KSh 23,520
  • Maiyan Villas, Nanyuki from KSh 18,500
  • Jambo Mutara Camp, Laikipia from KSh 43,000
  • Leruat Log Resort, Kajiado from KSh 13,500
  • The Shaza Mombasa from KSh 18,000
  • Elsa Kopje Meru National Park from KSh 47,000
  • Panari Resort Nyahururu from KSh 22,935
  • Kichwa Tembo in Masai Mara from KSh 87,000
  • Medina Palms Watamu from KSh 17,450
  • Lake Elementeita Serena Camp from KSh 19,600


Tembea Kenya Top Picks

The Cliff, Nakuru

The Cliff offers a high-end safari experience, combining a lodge, tented camp and boutique hotel in Lake Nakuru National Park. Each tent faces the lake and is built on the edge of the cliff which gives you a 180-degree view.

The sunrise and sunset over the lake are breathtaking when viewed from these rooms which feature freestanding baths and private verandahs. Amenities include a spa, fitness centre, conference rooms and open dining room.

When you take a break from dipping in the infinity pool, go for a game drive to spot leopards, buffaloes, hippos, lions and over 400 bird species.


The Panari Resort, Nyahururu

The Panari Resort is located in the heart of a 20-acre forest offering serenity to its guests. There is also a steam sauna and heated pool in addition to the spa for ultimate relaxation.

Each cottage accommodates upto 4 people and features a fireplace and flat screen TV. Guests enjoy views of Marmanet Forest, Thompson Falls Gorge and Ewaso Nyiro river on every turn.

Panari Resort can form an ideal base from which to explore Lake Baringo, Lake Ol Bolossat Nakuru, Bogoria and Mt. Kenya.


Maiyan Villas, Nanyuki

Pool villas combine with a country resort vibe to offer a truly luxurious experience in Nanyuki against a backdrop of Mt. Kenya and Lolldaiga Hills.

The Aberdare Ranges can also be seen from the rooftop lounge in all the villas which are fitted with a smart TV, Jacuzzi, fireplace, plunge pool, private bathroom and complimentary WiFi.

84 acres of green lush landscape allow for equestrian activities, sports and a kids playground.


Elsa Kopje Meru National Park

Meru National Park has the most diverse population of wildlife in Kenya thanks to the conservations efforts on Elsa Kopje.

Cottages are crafted into rock and each has a large bedroom, veranda, lounge area and spacious bathroom.

The stunning landscape, elephant herds and birdlife are hard to miss and so are the Samburu Special Five which are found in abundance.


Ololo Lodge, Nairobi

This gem is located on the southern edge of Nairobi National Park. You do not have to go so far to experience tranquillity in Kenya’s wild.

Maasais draped in shukas pick you up from the swing bridge over Mbagathi river and lead you to the lodge.

They also light your path with lanterns when night creeps in so you can enjoy your stay without fearing what wild animals lurk around.


Kichwa Tembo Camp, Mara

Game drives, campfires, night drives, hot air balloons and the great wildebeest migration all form part of the experience at this classy safari camp.

Maasai inspired suites look out into the plains and their large windows invite the breathtaking views of the wild both day and night.


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