- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSentrim Amboseli Amboseli National Park
Fabulous place top stay...better than any of the lodges we stayed at in the other Kenyan Parks.
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The Masai who live in the area once were free to graze and move cattle wherever they wanted. But due to overgrazing and hunting, they have been relocated outside the National Parks. They are compensated by a share of the park entry fees. This makes them friendly to visitors. They also make some money selling beaded jewelry and other crafts to …
In the morning we made the long climb out of the Great Rift Valley.
Our tour guides only provided one litter of water a day which was not nearly enough in the heat. We stopped at a well supplied Mall in Nairobi and bought wine, water and some snacks. We had a box lunch at curio shop along the highway and finally arrived in Amboseli …
... pleasantly surprised at. One is how close we can get to the animals, especially the cats where we can drive right up beside them. The other is that we don't just see the animals, we see the behaviour. This afternoon we watched a male and female zebra running, and thinking they were playing. As it turned out, the female was getting between the male and her baby and the male kept circling, trying to get to it, perhaps to kill ...
... kite There are at least 40 'tents' in this camp but we are the only ones here. They put on a lovely spread for us for dinner, in fact the best food I think I have had here in Kenya. They set up tables at the edge of the bar, all beautifully set. We had a first course of soup, then bbq'd lamb, roasted chili chicken and a spaghetti which was individually cooked, with oil, garlic and a little tomato sauce. Everyone loved ...
... and ready to move on. Our first encounter was with a group of baboons. These are yellow baboons, and we found a large family just outside the gates of the lodge. There was a mother nursing her baby in a tree limb, and a large male who stood in the road keeping an eye on us. There were about ten baboons in the group. They seemed as interested in us as we were in them! After watching the baboons for 20 minutes, we drove on to look for elephants. Amboseli is known for ...