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Retro holidays: new Safari hotel in Kenya



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For those who do not have enough adrenaline, there is a place where you can relax and enjoy the pristine beauty of wild nature and a little tickle.

Sand River Masai Mara – new Safari hotel, located in the national reserve and Kenya Masai Mara, on the banks of the river sand.

These places are the Northern limits of the annual migration of herbivores: more than two million animals pass through here on the Savannah, in search of food. This place – one of the greatest natural performances of the planet. But in addition to the seasonal migrations of herbivores, the Kenyan national reserve the Masai Mara is also famous for the large populations of cat-leopards, cheetahs and lions.

In the Safari hotel, Sand River Masai Mara, designed in colonial style, a La Safari camps of 20-30 years, offering guests a simply unforgettable holiday. Decorated in the peculiar style of designing buildings, furnishings and interior decoration of the rooms takes you into the atmosphere of old Hollywood films about the African Safari. Carefully engineered design is not similar to the scenery-it looks very realistic.

The hotel complex is divided into two smaller camps, each with equipped areas for relaxing or having meals. This hotel can offer one of 16 tent houses – with single and double apartments. Each house is equipped with a comfortable bathroom with two sinks and a wide open terrace with warm wooden floors, which opens a wonderful view of the Savannah and river sand.



Category: Hotels
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Date of publication: 19.11.2013


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