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Kenya

Tawi Lodge

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Nestled in an indigenous garden, facing Majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, Tawi Lodge provides an oasis of comfort in an elephant paradise.

Accommodations consist of thirteen luxury cottages perched on private wooden decks. Each cottage features beautiful twin or double four-poster beds draped in mosquito netting and even a menu of pillows to choose from. The en suite bathrooms include both a shower and a relaxing bathtub. A fireplace warms the cottage at night as solar-power illuminates the room. A private veranda invites guests to relax and take in the awe-inspiring view of Mount Kilimanjaro.

The lodge is located in the Tawi Conservancy just minutes from Amboseli National Park in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro. Amboseli is one of Kenya’s oldest and most-visited parks and is known for its large concentration of elephants. From its setting in an acacia grove, the lodge has breathtaking views over the African savanna and of the mighty mountain itself. The melting waters of the Kili ice-caps flow into pools that form the only sources of water for this beautiful but dry. This in turn attracts large numbers of elephant, hippo, buffalo, and plains game to the waters and wallows. Nearby, Observation Hills provides some of the most magnificent sunsets over Kilimanjaro.

Activities include daily game drives conduced in comfortable 4×4 safari vehicles led by an expert guide and tracker. This is the best way to spot the wildlife including the ample supply of elephants. Night drives explore the nocturnal doings of Amboseli. Guided bush walks provide a closer and more intimate look at the bush as well as a lesson on the local flora and fauna. Sundowners let guests enjoy a cool drink and an appetizer as the sun sets over the “Table of Africa”.

The main lodge area boasts four different lounges, each with plush chairs and recliners and serviced by two bars. Delicious meals blend the tantalizing tastes of both European and Swahili cooking featuring locally grown, organic ingredients. A traditional African dinner is served in the “boma” with barbecue and Maasai traditional dances. The lodge’s refreshing pool looks out onto the neighboring water hole where elephants and other wildlife come to drink. Tawi is an eco-friendly lodge with a gold-rating from Eco-tourism Kenya.

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Kenya

Tawi Lodge

PLAN MY TRIP

Nestled in an indigenous garden, facing Majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, Tawi Lodge provides an oasis of comfort in an elephant paradise.

Accommodations consist of thirteen luxury cottages perched on private wooden decks. Each cottage features beautiful twin or double four-poster beds draped in mosquito netting and even a menu of pillows to choose from. The en suite bathrooms include both a shower and a relaxing bathtub. A fireplace warms the cottage at night as solar-power illuminates the room. A private veranda invites guests to relax and take in the awe-inspiring view of Mount Kilimanjaro.

The lodge is located in the Tawi Conservancy just minutes from Amboseli National Park in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro. Amboseli is one of Kenya’s oldest and most-visited parks and is known for its large concentration of elephants. From its setting in an acacia grove, the lodge has breathtaking views over the African savanna and of the mighty mountain itself. The melting waters of the Kili ice-caps flow into pools that form the only sources of water for this beautiful but dry. This in turn attracts large numbers of elephant, hippo, buffalo, and plains game to the waters and wallows. Nearby, Observation Hills provides some of the most magnificent sunsets over Kilimanjaro.

Activities include daily game drives conduced in comfortable 4×4 safari vehicles led by an expert guide and tracker. This is the best way to spot the wildlife including the ample supply of elephants. Night drives explore the nocturnal doings of Amboseli. Guided bush walks provide a closer and more intimate look at the bush as well as a lesson on the local flora and fauna. Sundowners let guests enjoy a cool drink and an appetizer as the sun sets over the “Table of Africa”.

The main lodge area boasts four different lounges, each with plush chairs and recliners and serviced by two bars. Delicious meals blend the tantalizing tastes of both European and Swahili cooking featuring locally grown, organic ingredients. A traditional African dinner is served in the “boma” with barbecue and Maasai traditional dances. The lodge’s refreshing pool looks out onto the neighboring water hole where elephants and other wildlife come to drink. Tawi is an eco-friendly lodge with a gold-rating from Eco-tourism Kenya.