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Kenya / Elewana Loisaba Tented Camp

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Perched on the edge of an escarpment, Elewana Loisaba Tented Camp is designed to capitalise on unhindered views across Laikipia’s mottled landscape all the way to Mount Kenya. African-themed sophistication permeates the spacious and airy tents - custom-built with high floor-to-ceiling windows and polished wood floors. Three are doubles, three are convertible twin/doubles, with further family combinations consisting of en-suite tents with adjoining walkways. One of these family set-ups and one of the convertible tents have access to their own private pool. The inviting main areas of the camp include a large open dining area, separate open lounge and bar, a large decking area for outside dining, relaxing and enjoying the view, and two of Africa’s most picturesque infinity pools. Day and night game viewing within the 56,000-acre private conservancy takes place in open-sided Land Rovers, with opportunities to join guided bush walks with Samburu guides. Ride among the wildlife on horseback, spot wild dogs, track lions and see at first hand the work of the conservancy’s anti-poaching unit.

from £390pp

Prices per night based on two sharing on full board with local drinks and game viewing.

Children of all ages are welcome.

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Our pricing aims to give an indication of the price range from low to high season. Low season for Kenya is generally between the months of November and June, high season runs from July to October. Supplements may apply to peak periods such as Christmas and Easter. Prices are per person per night based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) and itinerary prices include return economy flights from London. Regional departures and single supplements are available on request. Accommodation only prices do not include flights. Where prices for our lodges/camps are shown as fully inclusive this generally includes all food and drinks but in most cases will exclude certain premium branded spirits, premium wines and Champagne. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.

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When is the best time to visit Kenya?

January to March is hot and dry with the long rains usually falling from April to early June. Between June and October it is warm and dry during the day but cold at night. The migration usually arrives in the Mara from July with river crossings from Tanzania generally taking place between July and September. The herds rest in Kenya before crossing back to Tanzania in October/November. Kenya’s coast enjoys a tropical climate – April to June can be humid, tempered by monsoon winds. Nairobi is pleasant year round due to its altitude.

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