Mara Serena Safari Lodge

Perched ob the side of a hill, the Mara Serena safari lodge has one of the spectacular views imaginable across the vast plains, forests and rivers that make up the Mara ecosystem, one of the world richest wildlife sanctuaries.
It is on this terrain that the migration takes place when millions of zebras, wildebeest and Gazelles cross the plains below on their way to the rich new grasses of the Serengeti. This is a spectacle that should be witnessed at least once in life time.
The lodge has a sky swimming pool perched on the edge of the hill, a restaurant that overlooks the watering hole where wildlife gather and treatment room where you can enjoy a range of relaxing massages.
Activities from the lodge are;-balloon safaris, bush barbeque game drive cocktail parries at the watering hole or watching the hippos and Masai dances

Samburu Serena Safari Lodge

The samburu Serena safari lodge is located in the centre of Samburu Game reserve, a semi arid open savannah plains broken by small rugged hills in Kenya Northern Province. Situated on the banks of the uaso nyiro rive with its crocodiles and a leopard, the lodge is rustic yet sophisticated and captures the robust rhythms of the river life.
Making full use of the native material amid artwork, blending in perfectly with the environment, all guest rooms are located in wooden thatched cottages surrounded by lunch gardens.
Each Cottage has a private verandah overlooking the rive so that the crocodile can be seen feeding
Game drive and bird watching safaris are extra special at samburu as the nature reserve is renowned for the range of rare game-reticulated giraffe, gravy zebras and the long necked gerenuk and the Beisa Oryx. There are also over 100 species of birds including the Somali ostrich.
The hotel boast 62 rooms including eight family rooms and superb swimming pool surrounded by thatched umbrellas and native trees.
Activities on offer include camel safaris, champagne breakfast and cocktail parties overlooking crocodile point, moonlit dinner in the bush or besides the river. Tribal dance performances, birds watching walks with qualified naturalist ands expert slide show and lectures on the surrounding area


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