Il Ngwesi Lodge

Address: Laipha house, 3rd floor Nanyuki Town, Room 23, Nanyuki, Kenya | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Laipha house, 3rd floor Nanyuki Town, Room 23, Nanyuki, is near Shaba National Reserve, Bio-Ken Snake Farm, and Great Rift Valley.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant

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        Travel Blogs from Nanyuki


        A travel blog entry by jellenoff on Oct 26, 2015

        I stated earlier that the life and the culture of Kenya are disparate from that of America, and my findings today just confirm this. Firstly, Kenyan men are polygamists. Prior to 1990, it was not uncommon for a man to have 4 wives. In fact, the culture demands no fewer than 2 wives. This is done as a means of genetic portfolio diversification in case something “is wrong with one of the wives.” Recently, this has begun to change because of “higher standards ...

        The last game drive

        A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Apr 05, 2015

        11 photos

        ... around the crowded tables, assessing who is closest to finishing their big mac so that you can swoop in and steal their table the second their butts are one inch off the chair. We photographed the lions for quite a while, and once we realized that the hyenas were not ready yet to make their move, we recalled our original goal. The cheetah!

        Stage 44: Isiolo to Nanyuki 71km

        A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 05, 2015

        1 comment, 104 photos

        ... s (2 for me, one for David) and a pot of Yoghurt for David, and then we sat on on some stairs and ate them all up!!
        Walked back to camp - very hot, then time to get ready for the party. The girls all dressed up as the TDA male staff: me, I was Stevie, the Lunch Truck driver - most mornings he stands on top of the truck and shouts 'Good Morning Africa' and is nicknamed the Hungry Lion. Kenny managed to find an orange plastic bag with the picture of a lion's head on ...

        Karibuni Karibuni!! Welcome Welcome!

        A travel blog entry by mtibs on Feb 28, 2015

        4 comments, 20 photos

        ... it. The roads were generally rough, sometimes steep and overall difficult to travel. But I'm very thankful that we made the journey. I've learned that The African culture is very welcoming and they place a lot of importance on the greeting. At each location, a group of the local parishioners were there to greet us. In some cases, they had arrived a couple of hours early and were waiting in the hot sun. In other cases, they missed the days sale of their cows milk in ...

        Drive to Mt Kenya Safari Club

        A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Feb 23, 2015

        18 photos

        ... have a drink in the bar in the southern hemisphere and eat in the dining room in the northern hemisphere. The grounds are around 200 acres. There are peacocks everywhere, including on our verandah. This hotel was once the residence of actor William Holden and many of the rich and famous still come here, in fact, some clients landed by helicopter when we arrived. During our 2 hour drive from the Sarova Shaba Lodge, we stopped at ...