Kenya Game Lodges & Camps
There are so many game lodges and camps in the travel industry that it becomes difficult to work with all of them. Ngwe Safari has handpicked a selection of game lodges and camps in the most beautiful wilderness areas in Kenya. Over the years we have built up good relationships with these properties and assure our Valued Clients quality, excellent game viewing and a memorable stay.
If there is a particular game lodge or camp that you are looking for and do not find it in our list of properties, please let us know and we will gladly assist your preferred lodge or camp.
The Kenya Portfolio has been divided into regions for ease of navigation.
Please click on the links below to view the lodges in the different reserves in Kenya.
Region – Amboseli National Park
Amboseli is well known for its unsurpassed views of Kilimanjaro which is Africa’s highest mountain and the World’s highest free-standing mountain. Another attraction to this area is for the local elephant population. There are over 1000 elephants in the parks eco-system and features some of the largest in Africa.
Region – Laikipia
Laikipia is a wide plateau the enjoys an independent relationship with the Ewaso Nyiro River, Abedrdare Mountains and Mount Kenya. It has no national parks as yet and is the only place in Africa where wildlife numbers are on the increase. Made up of community owned ranches, large private farms and game conservancies, it has a very diverse landscape and some of the finest lodges and camp in East Africa. This area is also very good for wild dog sightings.
Region – Masai Mara
The Mara ecosystem is divided into regions that reflect different conservation areas. The Masai Mara National Reserve is a large game reserve in south-western Kenya and is effectively the northern continuation of the Serengeti National Park Tanzania. The Masai Mara is famous for its exceptional population of Big Cats, game and the annual migration of zebra, Thomson’s gazelle and the wildebeest from the Serengeti every year from July to October. The migration is so immense that it is called the Great Migration.
Read more about The Great Migration
Region – Meru National Park
Meru National Park is known for its diversity of habitats and species. This semi-arid park with Doum Palms, Baobab trees, 13 rivers and springs has an impressive variety in vegetation, landscape and wildlife species. The park also incorporates a 44 km² rhino sanctuary and home to over 40 white rhino and 20 black rhino.
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