Il Ngwesi Lodge

Laipha house, 3rd floor Nanyuki Town, Room 23, Nanyuki, Kenya | Lodge
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A travel blog entry by jennifersarah

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... spent an interesting day at a campsite near Mount Kenya (Africa's second tallest mountain) in Naro Moru. We had free time and we discovered what we dubbed "the secret garden" as behind the bar and restaurant through a door you emerge into what appears to be fair grounds complete with rusting carasol, pond, walkway, baby foals grazing. It was quite surreal. We then went to a Samburu village to spend the night. The Samburu are cousins to the Masai tribe and eat a similar diet of blood ...

White Wine and Elephants

A travel blog entry by humpy29

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Katie and I woke up pretty early this morning and ventured to the kitchen in search of some tea. When I say we, I actually mean Katie. She is like a blood hound when it comes to tea! We looked out through the kitchen window to a beautiful view of Mount Kenya...this time it was actually visible.


Once everyone was up and about, Ali drove Katie, Savanna and I into Nanyuki town to do a bit of shopping. I managed to find some gifts for ...

Interesting Day!

A travel blog entry by cganong

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... company of a huge stork who kept sticking his huge long beak in the open window beside me. We drove to a sanctuary for chimpanzees, not indigenous but rescued from the Congo by Jane Goodall. The interesting thing was that we went to a presentation/fundraiser by Jane for this project last fall in Calgary - never expecting to visit it here in Kenya. Hard to see animals behind bars after we've seen them in the ...

To Nairobi, Nanyuki and Laikipia

A travel blog entry by leomcyr

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... than their southern counterparts but, otherwise, seem similar.

On the trip back to camp, James thinks he sees a leopard but we are unable to confirm the sighting. James is a young Englishman who is studying guiding and tracking. He is learning from Steve and will stay at Laikipia for another month before returning to South Africa. Nice young man and very helpful around camp.

Dinner tonight is in the main camp building and features an excellent roast beef. ...

Get me OUT OF HERE!!

A travel blog entry by thespeck

... On the way again a cow is blocking the road. While they were there they saw pygmy hippos, bongos, a mongoose, llamas, a baby buffalo, cheetahs, a porcupine, and several species of monkey. Speck was given the opportunity to interact with them and was so excited when one sat on his shoulder and ate from his hand, another monkey jumped and grabbed a banana from his hand. Afterward the car drove to Muthui's local (neighborhood pub), again having to urge a ...

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This lodge, located on Laipha house, 3rd floor Nanyuki Town, Room 23, Nanyuki, is near Bio-Ken Snake Farm, Shaba National Reserve, and Great Rift Valley.
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