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Mt. Kenya Safari Club

First transformed from a small hunting camp into a world-class lodge in the 1950s by William Holden, the Mt. Kenya Safari Club is today a Fairmont res
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Nanyuki

Nanyuki is a medium sized farming town northwest of Mt Kenya, originally founded by settlers in 1907. The town is the home of the Nanyuki Weavers and
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Adventure Camp

Providing an exciting alternative to standard lodges and permanent tented camps, adventure camps are the most economical way of getting deep into the
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Norfolk Hotel

Work began on the Norfolk in 1904 and was completed in 1907 making it Nairobi’s first luxury hotel. It soon became an East African landmark, synonym
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Nairobi

Nairobi is the capital of Kenya, the largest and most important city in East Africa. Its relatively small city center is lively and modern, replete wi
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Governor’s Camp

This is the Mara’s oldest and arguably most loved permanent tented camp. Named after the British colonial governors who spent many of their week
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Larsen’s Camp

One of the most historic camps in East Africa, Larsen’s has technically been around since the turn of the last century, one of the most famous h
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The Ark

This is generally considered the best of Kenya’s five tree hotels, safari lodges which are built over natural water holes and salt licks and whi
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Aberdare National Park

The Aberdare National Park is a big game wilderness which includes most of the Aberdare Mountains, starting at tea farms around 5,000′ and exten
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Aberdare Country Club

Historic and beautiful, the Aberdare Country Club is located in the highlands above Nyeri town in the foothills of the Aberdare Mountains, and within
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