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Bush Willow - dappled light in a hidden glade.
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Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Bush Willow - dappled light in a hidden glade.Idyllic new bedsit, en-suite bathroom built about an indigenous African Bushwillow (Combretum Molle). 5 minute walk from Anselm's Kitengela Hot Glass studio, the iconic Kenyan recycled glass blowers famed for their vibrant chunky artistic glass pieces. Complete with twittering hoopoes, killer fire for Nairobi nights, wifi, electric fence, backup inverter & generator, two verandas, drinkable borehole water, mature garden & trees. In the Nairobi metro area 45 minutes from Karen/Nairobi centers.

Riverstone Cabin
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Entire guesthouse · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1.5 baths

Riverstone CabinPerched on a quiet bend of river, this beautiful log cabin is a perfect getaway. It is light, cosy and comfortable. There is a kingsize bed, a tea/reading corner, a workspace, a bath, a private veranda over looking the river where you can lounge and eat and prepare meals and an ensuite shower and toilet. With nothing but the river between you and the Lolldaiga game reserve you have all the comforts of home whilst elephants grumble and hyenas laugh not far away.

The Nest, Champagne Ridge - intimate cottage for 2
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Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

The Nest, Champagne Ridge - intimate cottage for 2The Nest is a private, airy and spacious self catering cottage on the same property as The Castle on Champagne Ridge near Kiserian. With 180 degree panoramic views sweeping across the Rift Valley it is the perfect place to lay in the hammock or relax on the 3 seater sofa and unwind. The one-of-a-kind custom built King size bed with hotel quality mattress and imported linen guarantees a deep restful sleep. The gas BBQ grill on the outside patio makes self catering a breeze.

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  • Free parking on premises
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Oldonyo Orok House
ﺩ.ﺇ349 per night
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The A-Frame | Windy Ridge, Karen
ﺩ.ﺇ373 per night
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Mirichu Farm River Camp
ﺩ.ﺇ239 per night
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Your Romantic, Pet friendly, Private getaway!
ﺩ.ﺇ257 per night
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Nairobi Dawn Chorus
ﺩ.ﺇ444 per night
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  1. Entire cottage
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Little Tandala
ﺩ.ﺇ1,017 per night
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Francolin Cottage at GRVL & Golf Resort Naivasha
ﺩ.ﺇ630 per night
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The Cave - Romantic Getaway on Champagne Ridge
ﺩ.ﺇ327 per night
  1. Entire condominium (condo)
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Stylish Haven studio with *Netflix*
ﺩ.ﺇ46 per night
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SPECTACULAR CONTAINER HOUSE @ SAGANA RIVER VALLEY.
ﺩ.ﺇ275 per night
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TAPENDOI LOG CABIN, LOLLDAIGA
ﺩ.ﺇ551 per night
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Luxury Living in the Bush Home Two
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Top-rated things to do in Kenya

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  • The Kibera Empowerment Walking Tour
    See Kibera as only a local could and experience the real Kibera through the lense of hope. We’ll meet the dreamers creating a difference in Kibera through their mission-driven, small businesses. There are 5 stops on our journey... 1. Moses's House - I'll start by inviting you into my house, to tell you my story, from growing up in Kibera through starting my own tour company with a mission. From there we’ll walk the railroad tracks of Kibera, meeting the people. 2. The Kibera Organization - We'll meet Edu who provides microloans for female-owned small businesses. They also provide motorbikes for Kibera residents to get to work. 3. Bio Gas Center - We’ll meet Edwin, the founder of a project which turns Kibera’s waste into energy for it’s inhabitants. 4. Women’s Craft Center - We’ll meet Rosemary who set up a workshop for women living with HIV. Collectively they remove the stigma of HIV by employing women with HIV to create crafts. 5. Master's Touch Bakery - At the finale of our tour, we’ll meet Nancy for coffee & fresh baked goods. Nancy will relate her story of starting a business as a single mother and the adversities women face starting a business in Kenya. +254 715184389 Other things to note Our meeting location will be the parking lot of Nakumatt Prestige, at the giant coca cola bottle. On the tour, please ask for permission before taking photos. Bring 1L water and comfortable shoes NB:Guests can buy;sew something at Power women center or make a small piece of jewelry to take with them
    From Price:ﺩ.ﺇ103 / person
  • Sneak peek to Kenyan Culture & Tradition
    Kenya is a beautiful country that has a lot more to offer than the usual Safari, Sun and Sand. We are a diverse country with 44 Ethnic Groups each with its own unique culture, way of life and even dialect. Through my experience, I will share more insight on the people, the culture, the way of life of different groupings in the country. I will also help clear any misconceptions out there, and using images and stories help you gather more information about Kenya. At the end of this experience, you will feel like you have gathered much information about the people, the culture and a few Swahili (Local Language) words. This online experience is curated for individuals, couples, families, or groups who want to explore, learn and connect. This Experience is great for team building. Book a private experience for your group. This experience is great for groups, able to host higher than indicated (100 + participants). Contact me for more booking. Feel free to contact me for a new date or time request. You can also request for session to talk about Kenya as a destination if you are planning to visit and need information, I will be more than happy to have a slot for you for a session. Feel free to send a message. I look forward to hosting you.
    From Price:ﺩ.ﺇ48 / person
  • TREES CLIMBING/ZIP LINE
    Arrived at the STAGE PARK you will be welcomed with a welcome drink, and, after dressing with a harness and helmet, you will be accompanied by our staff of boys in the incredible experience of tree bridge and zip lining a series of bridges, ropes and special passages will take you from tree to tree, passing through scenic towers in the middle of the forest on the border of the Arabuko Sokoke Forest Your balance and climbing skills will be put to the test in all safety, we will make you slide down the zip line with landings on huge cashew plants, immersed in the green of the Kakuyuni promontory. At the end of the path you can quench your thirst and refresh yourself at the STAGE PARK and if you want you can try other attractions such as bowls, mountain bike rides, volleyball ....... (activities after the mountain bike tour are to be paid separately) Other things to note An unforgettable day full of sport and fun, immersed in nature to discover glimpses of Kenya far from the usual tourist routes. At the end of the tour you can try the other attractions ARCHERY, MOUNTAIN BIKE, FOOTBALL GOLF ...
    From Price:ﺩ.ﺇ52 / person
  • Learn how to build a Makuti roof
    Makuti is thatching made from the sun-dried leaves of the coconut palm. It is widely used across East Africa and can withstand sun, rain, wind and other harsh environments. Thatch provides warmth in winter and cool in the summer. It provides insulation equal or better than modern roofing standards. It's an easy technique to learn but an hard one to master. In this workshop we'll learn everything about that, from the identification of the right plant, to the actual roofing. We'll start gathering some leaves from the palms that grow around the camp (and some coconuts for later refreshment) and putting them to dry for future use. Then, using the already dried leaves I store, we'll start weaving the actual tiles. The tiles can be used for everything, roofing, wall covering, shading and so on. After crafting an adeguate number of tiles, we can start with the tatching, we'll climb onto the roof and start covering it with the tiles we made. You'll learn a priceless craft to which you can resort in many occasions: even at home you can make Makuti Tiles and teach others how to do it, you can use them in your garden, on your balcony or terrace, or even in the unlikely event you'll get lost in the forest and need to build your self a survival shelter ;). Comprised in the workshop you'll also get refreshment and a quick training in how to climb palm trees!
    From Price:ﺩ.ﺇ56 / person
  • NAI NAMI: Our Streets - Our Stories
    We offer an inspirational "off-the-beaten-track" experience of Nairobi, guided by youth from slums who raised themselves on the streets of Nairobi City Centre. During a personal, one-on-one, 3-hours walking tour in Downtown, you will experience the city centre through the eyes of street children. Get the real insights into their way of life, get captivated by their life stories and ghetto-energy, learn from their street skills, ask all your questions, shop at local markets, bargain with your guides to pay a local price, eat street food, have tea with mechanics, see street art among and last but not least become friends with them. Social Impact: By booking a Nai Nami Tour you give disadvantaged youth from slums an opportunity to earn a regular income and inspire them as a role model. Other things to note Carry your passport copy and wear good shoes (no sandals or high heels), it's a walking tour!
    From Price:ﺩ.ﺇ129 / person