ABOUT THE HOTEL
The camp has 15 guest tents
The camp is built at the source of the Sekenani River which rises from a rock pool at the east end of the camp and forms the stream which flows in front of each tent.The en suite bathrooms, replete with a full-length bath, make these among the most beautifully appointed tents in Africa. A suspension bridge connects the guest tents with the dining room and bar area. In the evening a log fire is set on the wide veranda in front of the dining room. Here guests enjoy a sundowner before dinner and listen to the sounds of Africas bird and other creatures.
Dinning room. Bar. 15 guest tents. Wi-Fi. Personal deck for each tent. Suspension bridge across Sekenani River
Game-walks in the hills surrounding the camp is also part of the Sekenani experience for those who would like to get some exercise. Guests are escorted by Maasai guides who demonstrate their extensive knowledge of plants and animals while surrounded by spectacular landscapes in every direction. Over two hundred species of birds have been identified within one kilometer of the camp so, for those who don't wish to go so far, even a short stroll in the immediate vicinity is bound to be interesting. Picnic breakfasts and lunches are easily arranged. Guests may wish to have a private sundowner with delicious canapes up on the rocks overlooking the valley or a more formal bush-dinner. Both can be laid on with prior arrangement. Other popular activities include balloon safaris and a half-day fishing expedition to Lake Victoria.