Hidden in an oasis of indigenous plants, Tawi Lodge nestles quietly within the nature of the Tawi Conservancy. Directly facing majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, the lodge has a magical atmosphere that is felt by guests as soon as they arrive.
As well as the view of the mountain, enjoy unspoilt views of the wetlands, where many animals come to play just meters in front of you. The lodge is also home to unique facilities, including a lantern lit tree bar, watering hole, and organic vegetable gardens, which all connect you in some way with Kenyan nature.
Stay in luxury cottages, with private wooden terraces and high spec bathrooms, and try gourmet cuisine and fine wines; at Tawi Lodge, you are here to be pampered. S
pecialising in classic safari activities, Tawi can take you on game drives, guided bush walks, and night drives which can be accompanied by bush dinners. Amboseli is home to more than 50 mammal species, including huge numbers of Elephants who you are almost guaranteed to see while on safari.
Other activities include camel riding, bird watching, massage treatments onsite, and sun downers. For meal times, expert chefs prepare gourmet three course and four course meals for guests, using organically grown ingredients to blend African-Swahili and European flavours. A barbecue with Maasai dances are held regularly too.
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