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Sunday 12:00pm - 6:00pm
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Three course Bush Breakfast

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top tip
Sleeping under the African night sky in an star bed is one of the highlights of this lodge.

Why we like it

  • The first lodge in Kenya to be accredited as a prestigious Relais & Châteaux member
  • Great views of Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Great opportunity to go horse riding on this magnificent reserve
  • Privately owned property by one of Kenya's famous families, the Bonham's
  • Vehicles for sole use are available at an extra charge, but well with it as they come equipped with a Canon50-D body camera and 17-85mm and 100-400mm lenses

About Ol Donyo Lodge

Ol Donyo Lodge is in the heart of the 275,000 acre Mbirikani Group Ranch, located on the slopes of the Chyulu Hills National Park between the Amboseli and Tsavo West National Parks in southeast Kenya. Its location is unrivalled with full views of Mount Kilimanjaro and in the path of seasonal elephant migrations. It is a lodge rich in history, passion and conservation.

Ol Donyo Lodge's founder Richard Bonham had often flown over this spectacular landscape but one day in the 1980s, he was moved to land his Cessna on the open plains and meet the local Maasai. That was only the first of many meetings, before the birth of a pioneering community conservation tourism project. The concept was simple: Richard brings guests to this remote group ranch to participate in safaris, and the Maasai share the benefits. But nothing in Africa is that simple, really. And so began a life-long relationship with the Maasai, the wildlife and the game ranch.

Ol Donyo Lodge consists of ten expansive guest suites in six stand-alone villas. No two spaces are of the same design but all have a dramatic view of the archetypal African savannah and its flat top acacia trees with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background. The décor is luxurious and opulent, while still retaining the atmosphere and sense of place that is an essential ingredient of an outstanding bush lodge.