Imagine Africa and think of all the stories you could tell over a lifetime. Explore the wilderness and take it all in your memory. The vast horizons of Kenya and all its inhabitants under the sun are waiting for you to embark on this amazing adventure. At Rosolo Safaris, the team does not limit itself to service but believes that a heartwarming experience is what you deserve and they will provide nothing short of that.
During this safari, you will stay at various accommodations across Kenya.
For your first safari night, you will be staying at Golden Tulip in Nairobi. With a prestigious location and wealth of facilities, the Golden Tulip Westlands Nairobi is a new hotel designed for business and leisure guests alike. This four-star hotel in Nairobi is conveniently positioned in the Westlands neighborhood, an affluent modern area known for its shopping centers, office buildings, and international banks.
Guests receive a warm welcome as they enter the spacious lobby with its contemporary decor and multilingual staff. Whether you are attending a conference or exploring Nairobi's cultural attractions, you will be well-positioned for a relaxing and vibrant stay. There is a wide range of accommodation offered at the Golden Tulip Westlands Nairobi. The hotel rooms and suites include standard, superior, deluxe, and executive options for the busy traveler.
Rooms come fully-equipped with elegant furnishings and feature daily housekeeping as well as private, luxury bathrooms and complimentary toiletries. Enjoy a high level of security in a warm and stylish home away from home. Direct dial telephones, satellite television, and internet access are available for all guests. When it is time to relax, facilities also include a gym, bar, and casino for leisure and entertainment.
The hotel restaurant offers an extensive menu of international cuisine. Bustling Nairobi is an exciting first stop for visitors in Kenya. You will find no shortage of retail and commercial outlets just out the door from the Golden Tulip.
Nights two and three will be accommodated at Serene Sweetwaters Tented Camp. The camp is gathered around a waterhole and features two rows of tents which are reached via a series of stone pathways that wind through landscaped grounds. Accommodation at Sweetwaters Serena Camp in Kenya is comprised of 56 tents, each with its own en-suite bathroom with hot and cold running water, 24-hour hot showers, and flushing water closets.
All tents have canvas interiors, solid floors, and separate, thatched roofs. Electricity is provided by a 24-hour generator. 14 of the tents are on raised platforms with private balconies, the rest have private verandas, all with safari chairs and tables. Extra beds and cots can also be provided. Each tent features either a king-sized double bed or two twins. Mosquito nets are provided, as are hot water bottles at night.
Tent facilities include a valet and shoeshine service, laundry, mineral water and toiletries, bathrobe and slippers, tent service, safe and hairdryers from the reception, a 24-hour medical service, children's meals, beds, and babysitting.
Panari Resort will be available for your fourth overnight stay. Escape to a luxury hideaway waiting for you at the heart of 20 acres of tranquil forest. Whether you are coming for a short break or a longer retreat, the Panari Resort Nyahururu has all you need for a perfect stay. You can simply unwind in the comfort of the resort or use it as your base as you head out on a safari to explore Lake Nakuru.
The resort is a short two-and-a-half-hour drive from Nairobi and an hour’s drive from Mount Kenya. Hosted in the main building are family rooms that are all interconnected, offering spacious accommodation in twin and double occupancy.
You will spend your fifth and sixth overnight stay at the Sleeping Warrior Lodge. Sheltering in the lee of the vast volcano known to some as Delamere’s Nose and to others as The Sleeping Warrior, lies a stretch of virgin Africa unchanged since the dawn of time. A lilting volcanic landscape that laps the shores of Lake Elementaita, this 48,000-acre private estate has remained as pristine as when it was first founded in 1906 by one of Kenya’s most colorful pioneers.
The Sleeping Warrior Eco Lodge opened its doors in 2012. On top of the hill stands the stone-built reception, lounge, and dining room. Below which is a stone terrace with fire-pit, a safari bar, and extensive landscaped gardens. Below, a track snakes through the acacia to the landscaped terraces where the ten wide-spaced natural stone cottages look out across an addictive view of Africa as she used to be.
Kidney-shaped and thickly thatched, each features an impeccably presented net-draped bed, a seating area, bathroom, and deck. Accessible to guests is an infinity pool overseeing the magnificent landscape of the conservancy and a bar for refreshments. The Sleeping Warrior Eco Lodge welcomes children of all ages. Special children’s meals and activities, including babysitting, can be provided so advise the reception staff as to your requirements.
The Sleeping Warrior Eco Lodge is powered entirely by solar electricity. The water is heated by sustainable harvested Leleshwa wood. The majority of the furniture is made from recycled cedar poles, once used for fencing on the colonial ranch. There are ten widely spaced rooms, each housed in a stone-built cottage with a high-vaulted thatched roof and a deck.
Featuring luxurious queen-sized beds and hand-made furniture made from the cedar fence posts that once delineated the colonial ranch, each room has its own color scheme and has been named after the fabulous birds that flit around the gardens. Each cottage features a charming bathroom with stunning views. The selection of rooms feature twin-bedded and double-bedded room.
Each is also equipped with a day-bed that can be turned into an additional single bed. They also offer a dedicated family room.Cots can be provided for infants.
You will have a meet and greet session with the representatives of Rosolo Safaris. Then you will be transferred to your hotel in Nairobi. Depending on what time you arrive, they will schedule some activities for you to engage in during the day. After that, you will enjoy a hearty dinner and call it a day.
After breakfast, you will depart from Nairobi as you head to Ol Pejeta Conservancy. This private conservancy has been dedicated to the preservation of rhinos among other game. You will also the visit the chimpanzee sanctuary in the area. Arrive in time for lunch and you can relax afterwards. You will depart for an evening drive at 4:00 p.m. to enjoy the game as the sun sets over the horizon. You will then return to your lodge for dinner and your overnight stay.
Enjoy this full day with a visit to the chimp sanctuary and the rhino conservation area. The last remaining northern white rhino is protected there and it will be a good opportunity to see this beautiful animal as conservationists and scientists are researching on how to save these nearly extinct species. After which, you will return back for lunch, spend your afternoon in leisure, and have dinner later in the evening.
After breakfast, you will depart for Naivasha. On your way to Naivasha, you will have a stopover at Thomson’s Falls Lodge where you will have a tasty lunch and also get to enjoy the Thomson’s Falls, a 74 meter scenic waterfall on the Ewaso Ng'iro River. You will then proceed to check in at your hotel. Later on, you will visit Lake Ol Bolosat and the hippo’s bathroom in the area. Enjoy the sunset and later return back to the hotel for your dinner and overnight stay.
On day five, you will depart for the shores of Lake Elementaita where you will be staying at Sleeping Warrior Lodge, a beautiful and small lodge with breathtaking views of the area with a lake at the bottom. Refresh and enjoy your lunch at the restaurant. You have the option of indulging in the lodges’ activities in the area before a sun downer in the evening. After that, you can have dinner and rest in your lodge.
Day six is your chance to experience the stunning variety and beauty of the conservancy’s bird life which features 450 species. The walk includes the services of a professional safari guide and provision of an accurate bird list naturalist. After which, you will get to enjoy bush breakfast. Later on, you can return back to the lodge for a day of relaxation and as per usual, you will spend the evening having a lovely dinner and getting comfortable in your lodge.
After breakfast, you will depart for Nairobi and if you have time, you can visit one of the many sites in Nairobi before drop off at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO). Rosolo Safaris has been delighted to have you on this trip.
On your fourth safari day, you will head out to Thomson's Falls to witness nature's beauty over the Ewaso Ng'iro River.
This safari will take place at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Nyahururu, and Lake Elementaita.
From a working cattle ranch in colonial Kenya, to a trailblazer of conservation innovation, the story of Ol Pejeta is as enchanting as it is inspirational. Today, Ol Pejeta is the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa and home to three of the world’s last remaining northern white rhino. It is the only place in Kenya to see chimpanzees in a sanctuary established to rehabilitate animals rescued from the black market.
It has some of the highest predator densities in Kenya and still manages a very successful livestock program. Ol Pejeta also seeks to support the people living around its borders to ensure that wildlife conservation translates to better education, healthcare, and infrastructure for the next generation of wildlife guardians.
Ol Pejeta is home to three of the world’s last remaining three northern white rhinos and a sanctuary for 113 critically endangered black rhinos. The conservancy employs highly trained rhino protection squads, partners with international veterinary experts, and ensures data is gathered regularly on each individual animal. Steps like these ensure that people remain a role model for rhino conservation in East Africa.
The chimpanzees’ natural home range spans from Senegal on the West African coast, through the central forested belt of Africa, to Uganda. They are not native to Kenya, but when a rescue center in Burundi had to be closed due to the civil war outbreak in 1993, Ol Pejeta opened its doors. The Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary was established with an agreement between the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), and the Jane Goodall Institute.
The aim is to provide lifelong refuge to orphaned and abused chimpanzees from West and Central Africa. Over the last decade, Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary has been compelled to keep accepting chimpanzees rescued from traumatic situations, bringing the total number of chimpanzees in the sanctuary to 36. Many are confiscated from cramped and unnatural living conditions and many arrive with horrific injuries sustained from abuse at the hands of humans.
At Sweetwaters, they get a chance to start over. With 24-hour veterinary support and a stimulating quarantine enclosure, chimpanzees arriving at the sanctuary are carefully nursed back to health. When they are ready, they are introduced into one of the two large groups in the sanctuary who live in vast, natural enclosures separated by the Ewaso Nyiro River.
The chimps have set feeding times and return to their indoor enclosures at night. Other than that, they spend their days exploring, climbing, socializing, and learning to be chimpanzees all over again.
During this safari, three daily meals will be provided for you by Rosolo Safaris, except for the first day in which you will only be served with breakfast.
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Rosolo Safaris will pick you up from the airport.
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