House in the Wild – Kenya

2018-08-22T13:12:15-05:00August 22nd, 2018|

There’s a lot more to Kenya’s House in the Wild than cozy and comfortable accommodation, true farm-to-table cuisine and fantastic game viewing in the Serengeti/Mara ecosystem. There is conservation, community and even opportunities for meaningful voluntourism – a great combination for a family safari. A stay allows families to immerse themselves in a new culture, as well as to make a lasting impact on the communities and the environment by helping at the school, planting trees in the conservancy, visiting the cattle market and more. Family time also includes fun around the campfire, sleeping under the stars and traditional safari activities.

Albatros East Africa suggests a stay as part of a longer family safari, used in combination with Ol Pejeta Cottages or perhaps Samburu’s charming and aptly named Elephant Bedroom Camp. Another possibility would be to combine it with Lewa’s Kifaru House followed by Loisaba, which has a fantastic family area with its own pool (and would allow for a long stay discount). These properties cater especially well to families with smart room configurations, common areas that encourage together time and activities to please everyone. For additional information or to book a family safari for your clients, contact Jennie.

About the Author:

Gretchen Healey
Gretchen is the Marketing Director for the Kusini Collection.

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