If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know that I and a couple of my friends spent the weekend in Chale. (By the way, if we’re not Insta-friends yet, come play!) It’s no exaggeration to say that Chale was magical but i still wouldn’t choose it over Sands at Nomad, the later stole my heart, and cracked me wide open.. For about a billion different reasons but we are here for the prior.Visiting Chale is taking a step towards pure paradise.
Chale is a bucket list destination for so many, it was mine up until last week. It’s highlighted status all over Pinterest, Instagram, you tube and viral Facebook posts has brought it tons of fame over the last few years and when virtual meets reality,we hope for it to be worthwhile.
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The perfect African safari sometimes means incorporating unique and memorable experiences into ones itinerary, thinking out of the box to find the most up to date experiences that will make ones safari extra special. Tree houses can be a really fun and romantic addition to ones safari as i came to discover. Taking a break from staying in a beautiful safari lodge or camp to spending a night under the stars in an elevated and open structure. Enjoying birds eye views and being one with nature while maintaining the same level of comfort and elegance as a 5-star property.
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Laikipia is one of Kenya’s most exciting safari destinations. I have had friends in the past inquire about where to stay in Nanyuki mostly those visiting as a group and not open to staying in a hotel. While there are a number of places one could stay i found this holiday home to be perfect for a group of 10 people.
At Mount Kenya Wildlife estate you will find beautiful houses all double storey with a choice of 3, 4 or 5 bedrooms all ensuite. Each has a living room, dining room, fitted kitchen with store, a fireplace for those cold Nanyuki nights, and verandahs front and back on both floors, offering incredible views over wild Africa and the stunning Mount Kenya as a backdrop. They are comfortably furnished and self catering just 25 minutes away from Nanyuki along the Nanyuki Rumuruti road. Continue reading “Where to spend a weekend in Nanyuki”