What happens when you bring together private investors, conservation tourism organizations, and the Maasai community? You get the Sanctuary at Ol Lentille– a collection of four private, full-service, fully staffed houses for the discerning few.
This beautiful wildlife conservancy is both primitive and luxurious, providing a front seat to wildlife in the rawest of wildlife habitat. Each house is surrounded by forest and the sounds of animals and birds. The views are stunning, no matter which window you chose to look out of. There are several ways to get around the conservancy – quad bike, mountain bike, camel, or horse. There is a viewing deck to look at animals, a gallery, a shop, a jogging trail with exercise stations, a library and a pool. You can play bocce or croquet, or go on a game drive to view some wildlife.
Dining is under the stars, or in one of the dining rooms with splendid panoramic views. A spa is available for a little pampering. If you want some modern amenities in all this, there is free wi-fi, and each house is equipped with its own Bluetooth speaker so you can stream your own music. There is also an iPad Mini loaded with music as well as Bird Guides and information about Ol Lentille. Power and hot water are solar-powered.
To learn more about this place visit the official website.