Rusinga Island lodge is located in Western Kenya, eighty miles west of the Masai Mara on Rusinga Island in Lake Victoria - the world’s second largest freshwater lakeThe Lodge can be accessed by private charter - an hour and a half flight from Nairobi, or from Masai Mara - 30 minutes. The lodge’s airstrip is directly in front of the lodge. Recreation: Accommodation is in 7 individual cottages and 1 family cottage comprising a twin room and double room with an interconnecting door. Each cottage is en suite and has its own veranda overlooking the lake. Bedrooms are either twin (with 2 queen size beds) or double (with 1 king size bed).
Mfangano Island Camp is situated under ancient fig tree on the unspoiled Island of Mfangano in Lake Victoria and occupies an entire secluded bay in the Western shores of the island.The camp, a small remote hideaway is a perfect place to combine with your safari. It is only 40 minutes charter flight from Masai Mara followed by a 15 minutes boat ride along the tropical shore lineSet in the world’s second largest fresh water lake, Mfangano Island Camp is an oasis of tranquillity with no roads making it an ideal retreat from the bustle of the 21st century.
It’s situated on the shores of Lake Victoria, in the lush green Western Kenyan country side. The spa is a hidden gem that will allow you to relax and unwind form the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Located just 1 ½ hours drive by car or an easy 2½ hour cruise over the lake from Kisumu airport.
It is situated on an old quarry on the shores of Lake Victoria about 10 minutes drive from the city centre and 20 minutes drive from the airport. Kiboko Bay boasts of a swimming pool, pool bar and a jetty.one can enjoy spectacular views of the shimmering waters of Lake Victoria and in the morning one wakes up to the chatter of different birds while hippos graze on the shores of the lake.One can also take a boat ride and see the islands of Lake Victoria, where you can enjoy a picnic lunch. Visit the pier and watch the ships dock and have a view of Kisumu City as a whole.
Situated right on the Northern Edge of the Maasai Mara reserve this 8-tented bush camp, is tucked away in a prime wildlife area. Surrounded by the ubiquitous game, it's a seasonal camp, which is taken down for a month or so in the rainy seasons. Elephant Pepper Camp (originally Mara Bush Camp) offers a unique, comfortable environment and is aptly named after the Warburg Ugandans tree, which is commonly known as the Elephant Pepper tree.