A top destination for game fishing. You could could go kite surfing, take a dhow cruise on the Mida Creek or explore the Gede Ruins.
Deluxe room: Sh15,300 per night
Tafaria Castle & Country Lodge
Sits on a hill, overlooking Mount Kenya and the Longonot Plains. It is a serene environment with a regal theme located 65kms from Nyeri as you head to Nyahururu. Ideal for those looking for a rejuvenating experience and a serene environment. Get in touch with nature through activities like bird watching, horse chariot riding, game drives, hiking, picnics, and outdoor fitness and Yoga.
Manor Room (suitable for a family )
Single: Sh16,000; Double: Sh22,000
The five star scenic and tranquil Vipingo Ridge at the Kenyan Coast, includes a private beach, private airstrip, several lakes, nature trails and a world class, 18-hole championship golf course with views of the Indian Ocean on one side and breathtaking sunsets over the African bush on the other.
For a luxury three-bedroom villa with a plunge pool, get ready to fork out Sh40,000 per night.
The Maljis Resort, Lamu
Lamu is said to be one of Kenya’s most culturally rich locations. The Maljis has kept mostly the Swahili motif in its architecture and interior design. It is the picture of luxury with its fusion of Swahili, Arabic and Indian architectural influences. Activities to be enjoyed include boat excursions, water sports, cultural excursions and scenic flights.
Accommodation: Sh42,630 per night
Giraffe Manor, Nairobi
What is most fascinating about this place is the frequent visiting of the Rothschild giraffe who come within an arm’s reach of guests inside the building. If sharing your breakfast with a giraffe isn’t enough, you could also visit the nearby AFEW Giraffe centre to learn more about the endangered species or adopt a baby elephant at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, or maybe just sit back and enjoy a cup of tea and a beautiful sunset on the terrace.
Standard room: Sh53,000 per person sharing
Desert Rose Lodge, Turkana
A haven of total bliss exists at 5,500 metres above sea level, between the Karisia Mountains and Lake Victoria. The lodge supports the local community as well by having most of the employees coming from a nearby village. Guests of Desert Rose Lodge are allowed the special privilege of attending important celebrations on the Oldonyo Nyiru mountain, which is sacred to the Samburu people. Other activities include game drives, scenic flights and camel walks.
Accommodation: Sh76,288 per night
The exclusive 12-tented camp is owned by business mogul Sir Richard Brandson and is optimally placed to experience Kenyan wildlife at its best in the private Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Maasai Mara. Guests at the camp get a front-row seat to witness the Great Migration when its season comes as well as the abundant game present on the conservancy all year round. Activities available include community tours, night game drives and hot air ballooning. You could also just relax in your tent and take in the amazing scenery.
Per tent, including all meals, game drives and taxes: Sh108,600