Treasures of Sanctuaries

Two Nights

Ngutuni Sanctuary - Lumo Sanctuary - Taita Hills Sanctuary

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Treasures of the Sanctuaries

Two Nights

Ngutuni Lodge is a safari lodge located in a 10,000 acre private game sanctuary. It is surrounded by Tsavo East National Park and overlooks a water hole which has a constant stream of animal visitors.
Ngutuni is a great place to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings, and most visitors choose to do some game viewing in the early morning and late afternoon (this is generally the best time to see the animals).
A sun-downer overlooking the waterhole is a relaxing way to enjoy the early evening. After a sumptuous buffet dinner, take some time to enjoy the quietness of the African bush under star-lit skies. Be amazed how close the animals will come as the evening twilight turns to gold, a very special moment for you to savour


Secrets of Tsavo

Two Nights Tsavo East & Tsavo West

Accommodation Please click the links below for a more detailed description of the lodges/camp/hotel

Day 1:

Early pick up from your coastal hotel and drive to Ngutuni Sanctuary Proceed on a game drive until lunch time where you arrive in Ngutuni Lodge in time for check in and lunch. Afternoon is spent at leisure. At 1600hrs proceed on evening game drive until 1830hrs arriving back to the lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 2

Early morning breakfast, and then check out. Proceed to Lumo Sanctuary with a game drive en route to Lions Bluff. Check in at Lions Bluff followed by lunch. Afternoon is spent at leisure while waiting for the evening game drive. Evening game drive in both Lumo Sanctuary and Taita Hills Sanctuary until 1800hrs. Arrive back to the lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 3

Early morning game drive followed by breakfast. After breakfast, game drive en route out of the gate for a return journey to your coastal hotel.


Included

  • All Transfers
  • Park Fees
  • Accommodation on Full Board basis
  • Game Drives
  • A bottle of water per person per day in the vehicle

What to wear and pack for Safaris

  • Loose comfortable clothing preferably in earth colours
  • Smart casual clothes for the evening
  • Suncream and Hats
  • Swimwear. Check with your Rep if your safari accommodation has a swimming pool
  • Trainers, Walking Shoes or Sandals that you can strap down
  • Warm clothes for the early morning and evening, especially in the Masai Mara
  • Water
  • Camera. The majority of lodges have electricity to recharge your camera
  • Water
  • Mosquito Repellant
  • Binoculars

Kenya Safari Seasons

KENYA SAFARI SEASONS

The weather in Kenya is good for safaris at all times of year, though there is a greater chance of encountering rain from mid-April to the end of May and in November. Some people like to travel in these "rainy" months when dramatic cloud formations gather over the Mara plains, there is a sense of refreshment and grasslands are carpeted in new flowers.
Daily temperatures are influenced by altitude, so in the higher areas like Samburu you need a fleece for the cool early morning drives, but by 9am this is discarded as temperatures rise to the high 20s.
After a delicious lunch you take a siesta during the warm early afternoon with temperatures in the low 30s. Head out on safari around 4pm as it gets cooler and the animals start moving, remembering to take the fleece for when the sun has dipped below the horizon.
Weather is more a consideration at the coast, so don’t visit the Kenya coast from the first week of April to the first few days of June as the rains are heavier in coastal areas. At all other times of year the Kenya coast weather is warm, gently humid and breezy, at its very best from late November through to March.


 

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Ngutuni Lodge

The sanctuary is a 10,000 acre private game sanctuary, surrounded on three sides by Tsavo East National Park.with view of the Sagala Hills and others nearby, only 4 hours drive from Mombasa and its international airport. Once home to the infamous 'man eating lions of Tsavo' who preyed on men constructing the railway line between Mombasa and Kampala in the nineteenth century, the sanctuary and surrounding national park are best known today for their fantastic variety of wildlife including lion, cheetah, elephant, buffalo as well as a huge variety of plains game and bird life.
Spectacularly constructed from large timber poles, with plunging thatched roofs and waxed timber decking, the lodge skillfully blends traditional African design with the modern comforts of a luxury lodge. From the moment you step into reception and gaze through the open plan restaurant to the savannah beyond you begin to realise why this is such a special lodge.Ngutuni Lodge has 48 guest rooms, each sleeping up to three people in one single and one double bed. Many of the guest rooms have interconnecting doors, making the Lodge ideal for families and larger parties. All of the rooms are spacious and tastefully furnished, with ensuite shower. Private balconies overlook the large water hole, which is illuminated at night for evening game viewing.
Life at Ngutuni Lodge follows a delightful routine, early mornings and late afternoons are spent game viewing as this is the best time to observe animals foraging for food in the surrounding savannah. Evenings are spent relaxing with safari companions; time to enjoy a sundowner overlooking the softly illuminated waterhole before a sumptuous dinner.


 

Lions Bluff

Stunning panoramic views over the golden green savannah rolling away to the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, the North and South Pare mountains and the Taita Hills.

Secluded in Lumo Community Wildlife Sanctuary amidst peace and quiet, yet easily accessible from Mombasa and Nairobi. Exclusive, just twelve traditionally-built ensuite bandas from whose verandahs you can literally overlook wildlife, going about their daily life undisturbed.

Conservation The sanctuary preserves a unique eco system rich with wildlife, encompassing one of Africa's most ancient elephant migratory corridors and an important breeding Stay in a small, unique lodge of sustainable timber, canvas and traditional coconut thatch. Sip sundowners on an open terrace with Kilimanjaro as the back drop, followed by dinner overlooking a small water hole visited by a family of elephants.

Sleep in a hand-made four poster bed in crisp cotton sheets and awake to Africa's incredible sunrise ready to enjoy a game drive or bush walk before a hearty breakfast ..perhaps in the bush.. and you have begun to conjure up the magic that is Lions Bluff. site for lions.