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Loisaba

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Loisaba


 
 
 
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Loisaba - Loisaba. Copyright Cheli & Peacock.

Loisaba is a 61,000 acre private ranch and game sanctuary and is popular for its diverse range of activities – lion tracking, camel safaris, quad & mountain biking, river rafting (not white water!), spectacular helicopter safaris, night game drives, fishing, the list is endless!



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Overview



Guests enjoy complete freedom to choose how they spend their time so the only barrier is their own imagination. Trek through the bush with camels, mountain bike down the escarpment, raft, horseback ride or drive through the wild canyons of the two great rivers that span the vast property.

Awards:
  • Finalist Best Safari Cuisine in Africa – The Good Safari Guide, 2011
  • Best Community Safari Property in Africa – The Good Safari Guide, 2010
  • Voted Worlds Sexiest Honeymoon Hotel Bed – Glamour Magazine, 2010
  • Bronze Eco-rating Certification - Ecotourism Kenya, 2010/2011
  • Finalist Best Safari Property in Africa & East Africa - The Good Safari Guide, 2008/2010
  • Condé Nast Traveller Gold List, 2009
  • Voted Best Beds - Harper‟s & Queen
  • Voted Best Adventure/Helicopter Guide - Harper‟s & Queen
  • 101 Best Hotels - Tatler Travel Guide, 2007
  • The 7 Honeymoon Wonders of the World – Condé Nast Traveller, January 2007


Travel Agent Reviews




Review date:   May 19, 2013 2:04PM
 
Review:   Recommended for: Couples, families

Pros: With just a couple of villas on this enormous piece of private land, you won't feel crowded by any means. Communal dinners in the main lodge are a wonderful opportunity to recount your days' adventures (as each group of guests will be on their own adventure). Coffee on your deck overlooking the watering hole each morning is an amazing experience--you'll likely see a dozen species at the watering hole at once. Don't pass up the opportunity to spend a night in the Star Beds, which are maybe a 1/2 hour drive from the main lodge. You'll have an incredible dinner cooked over an open fire, and then sleep in a comfy bed on a raised, open-air platform while Samburu warriors stand guard a few dozen yards away with their spears...listening to the animals call to each other. Make sure you visit the Samburu village that the lodge helps support--that will be an experience of a lifetime, for sure.

Cons: None.

 
Travel Agent:  
Michael Cottam, Bright Yonder   Michael Cottam
Bright Yonder
Bend, OR US

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