Bantu Utamaduni Lodge

Address: Nairobi - Nanyuki Highway, Nanyuki, Kenya | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Nairobi - Nanyuki Highway, Nanyuki, is near Bio-Ken Snake Farm, Shaba National Reserve, and Great Rift Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Nanyuki

    The last game drive

    A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Apr 05, 2015

    11 photos

    ... legs off my pants and today it was 86 degrees in our tent when we got back from our lengthy and amazing game drive. Now I am sitting on the porch wearing a jacket. When I get back from dinner there will be a glorious (And probably superfluous) hot water bottle tucked under the blankets. I thought it was still a little warm for a hot water bottle and the extra blanket last night though.

    Stage 44: Isiolo to Nanyuki 71km

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 05, 2015

    1 comment, 104 photos

    This sounded such an easy day!!! 71km but 1400m of ascent (which turned out to be more like 1300m). The route details said that the hill started at 20km - a big fat lie - the climb started from the moment we backtracked from camp to the main road. With a head wind as well, despite yesterday afternoon changing tyres back from my 42mm ones to 32mm road tyres (almost managed the whole tyre change prices on my own as well - a definite improvement there), and despite the fact ...

    A relaxing day at Mt Kenya Safari Club

    A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Feb 24, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    This morning Maryse went horseback riding and other 4 of us decided to rent bicycles and ride around the grounds. Big mistake. They rent mountain bikes for a reason. Some of the paths were very steep and rocky, great for horseback but too challenging for the inexperienced rider. We did manage to find some paths that were for golf carts and also some main roads in the park so we got some exercise. And luckily came across a nice ...

    Day 5 to Minto's @4,200m

    A travel blog entry by alan.carpenter on Dec 14, 2014

    11 photos

    ... today it was 900m height gain over dodgy ground - goodness knows how we survived without, any work method statements. I'll let the photos talk. What are the 3 essential non-essentials for a multi day hike? I vote for: Ski poles Wet Ones Solar charger for camera. BTW crunching altitude headache last night. Almost certainly not enough water - I've overdosed today and much ...

    There's too much cool in Kenya

    A travel blog entry by hannah_rollings on Nov 24, 2014

    4 photos

    ... black and white rhinos in the wild, but the highlight of the safari was meeting Nicky, Hope and Kilifi, three orphaned baby rhinos. One of the three is blind, one orphaned and one born to a blind mother which left all vulnerable and unable to fend for themselves. Now the three are guarded at all hours of day and night by heavily armed and trained 'nannies'.

    Whilst two of the 400kg babies wallowed in a mud pool, literally squeaking in delight (yes, rhinos squeak), ...