Ol Donyo Lodge | Yampu Tours

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Ol Donyo Lodge

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Private Lodge Highlights

  • Beautifully merges rustic outdoor living with luxurious indoor living
  • Enjoy sleeping in the intimate setting of a “star bed” under the night sky
  • See some of Africa’s last giant elephant bulls roaming freely
  • Hear the haunting calls of leopards interrupting the peaceful nights
  • Enjoy early morning and late afternoon/early evening game drives in a 4×4 open vehicle
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Lodge Overview

Located on the private 275,000-acre Mbirikani Group Ranch in south-eastern Kenya, between Tsavo East and Amboseli National Parks and next to Chyulu Hills National Park, Ol Donyo Lodge is a place of timeless wild beauty presided over by the magnificent summit of Africa’s greatest icon – Mount Kilimanjaro. Designed to merge outdoor and indoor living, a series of unique suites and villas appears to emerge from the arid landscape on either side of a palatial lounge and dining area. Eight of the ten private cottages have their own swimming pool whilst all enjoy roof terraces where intimate “star beds” can be set up, allowing guests the thrill of sleeping in style under a canopy of endless stars while connecting with their sense of place and self.

All meals, non-alcoholic beverages, activities and transfers
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This Yampu recommended trip add-on may only be booked in conjunction with any of our personalized trips. Your Yampu Tour Consultant will design an itinerary for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!

Mbirikani, Makutano, Kajiado County, Kenya

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    Mbirikani Group Ranch

    Since 2004, when lions of the area were being killed off in record numbers, Mbirikani has been the center for admirable conservation work. To reduce human-wildlife conflict, the Masailand Preservation Trust and Big Life Foundation have constructed a paramilitary force of armed rangers who patrol the area to combat poaching. Since these efforts have been in effect the number of animals, including elephants and rhinos, have increased heard traffic immensely.

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