Ol Seki Kenya (Mbagathi)

“Private contemporary-designed camp in Naboisho Conservancy - the heart of the Masai Mara. The ten exclusive tents are crisp and comfortable with views overlooking the plains. Enjoy sundowners and bush walks, game drives and village visits. A tranquil spot in the heart of the Kenyan outback. ”

Photo of Ol Seki

“Perched atop the undulating hills of the eastern Koiyaki concession, Ol Seki is a true gem of both design and eco-understanding. The contemporary architecture of the camp, with eight simple but spacious tents blends perfectly with their surroundings. The dining area and library reek of old world charm, with brass telescopes and leather arm chairs. Well managed, with exceptional food and good guiding, the owner Sue Allen has created a welcoming, down to earth camp which is both natural and uncontrived.”

Written by  Marc Harris, Tanzania Odyssey

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Facilities

Car not required
Communal Dining
Bar
Family Suites
No pets
Sit-out Terrace
Garden
Child friendly
Sitting Room
Restaurant

Activities

Hotel Entertainment
Spend an enjoyable evening in the library tent sipping on whiskey sodas and reading about the local traditions.
Local markets
Visit the curio markets where you can buy traditional Masai products crafted from weaving, beading and carving.
Great walks
Bush walks are a brilliant way to see the surrounding area. Your ranger will know the lay of the land.
Safari
Head out with experienced guides on early morning or evening game drives.
Wildlife Area
Naboisho is packed with birds and animals, spot them from the decking area or on a bush breakfast.

Book this hotel

10 rooms from $3600 per night

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Recommended for

Honeymoons
Honeymoon heaven from champagne breakfast in the bush, to moonlight expeditions and romantic dining by candlelight.
Back to Nature
A charming spot where you can immerse yourself in nature surrounded by hippos, leopards, elephants, lions and giraffes.

Activities

Hotel Entertainment
Spend an enjoyable evening in the library tent sipping on whiskey sodas and reading about the local traditions.
Local markets
Visit the curio markets where you can buy traditional Masai products crafted from weaving, beading and carving.
Great walks
Bush walks are a brilliant way to see the surrounding area. Your ranger will know the lay of the land.
Safari
Head out with experienced guides on early morning or evening game drives.
Wildlife Area
Naboisho is packed with birds and animals, spot them from the decking area or on a bush breakfast.

Other highlights

Restaurant
Eco
Quiet
Family Suites
Glamping
Barefoot Luxury
Outstanding location
Sit-out Terrace
Full of character
Owner managed
Remote
Boutique
In/by a Nature Reserve
Chic
Antiques
Child friendly
Charming
Intimate
Romantic
Views
Secluded setting

Hotel size

10 rooms
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