Serena Sweetwaters Camp

Serena Sweetwaters offers tented luxury on a private reserve

Now you too can explore the beauty of Kenya if you choose Serena Sweetwaters Camp in Nanyuki, a rustic chic camp that offers tented luxury on a private game reserve perfectly located on the Laikipia plans 17 km from Nanyuki and some 220 km from Nairobi. 

Serena Sweetwaters Camp lies in the middle of the private 110,000-acre Ol Pejeta Conservancy in the stunning foothills of the Aberdares and the charismatic snowy white peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro. It’s an important habitat for endangered black and white rhinos, elephants, buffalo, lion, leopards as well as the rare Grevy’s zebra and Jackson’s hartebeest. Not only does the conservancy boast one of the densest wildlife populations in Kenya but so too does it harbour a sanctuary for chimpanzees and black rhino so is one of a kind. 

Guest love this conservancy and the many attractions at Serena Sweetwaters Camp where the grand total of 56 elegant canvas rooms comprise the standard wing and the more luxury Morani Wing for honeymoon guests, families, business and leisure adventures and groups of friends looking for fun and conservation education. All tented suites are thatched with solid wooden floors and private decks, delightful showers, free Wi-Fi, coffee and tea stations safari chairs and more. 

The best part is the views over the waterhole and guests can then get a drink at the Waterhole Bar, reminiscent of a game viewing hide where you can sit all day and simply watch birds and animals come and go. Jump into the cooling swimming pool to cool off after a unique camel trek through the Kenyan wilderness.

Voyage2Africa recommends this safari oasis in one of our favourite wildlife destinations in all of Kenya so chat to us about our overland package tours to east Africa and we can throw in a bit of Tanzania too.

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Overview

Choose Serena Sweetwaters Camp in the heart of the private 110,000-acre Ol Pejeta Conservancy in the stunning foothills of the Aberdares and the charismatic snowy white peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro for world class accommodation in nature. 

There is plenty of room for plenty of safari enthusiasts in this hotel in the bush where 56 thatched tents boast their own decks and views over the conservancy, delightful showers and natural yet quality floors and windows, chairs and beds. It’s a haven for relaxation between game drives and other outdoor activities, a refuge from which to watch the sun rise and set every day. 

Wander along neat stone pathways to the main guest areas to swim in the swimming pool, dine in style in the Rhino Room restaurant that was once the ranch manager’s house when this land was a farm – keep game viewing through the huge glass windows and toast your game rangers for the wonderful wildlife sightings you found in one day. The Water Hole bar is just like a game viewing hide and boasts a warm fire at night where guests can sip a drink and chat about their wildlife discoveries with passionate guides. 

Voyage2Africa is the one and only safari company to take you to this wonderful Kenya destination if you want to appreciate wildlife in a stunning landscape and landowners who really care about conservation and culture. Check out our package deals and organise your tour to East Africa today.

Amazing Holiday Packages including Serena Sweetwaters Camp

From $300

PER PERSON SHARING PER NIGHT


Activities

  • Day and night game drives daily
  • Camel treks, guided nature walks, bird spotting
  • A range of health and beauty treatments
  • Lion tracking (Morning only)
  • Board games and library
  • Visit the Chimpanzee sanctuary

Included

  • Luxury accommodation
  • All meals

swimming pool area outside the lodge accommodation at Royal Madikwe
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Facilities

  • Swimming pool
  • Central Rhino Restaurant
  • Colonial-styled lounge and bar
  • Private waterhole and night viewing bar
  • Conference room
  • Gift shop, business centre, Wi-Fi
  • Babysitting services and a baby cot in the room

Highlights

  • Meet up after long days out exploring in the Rhino Dining Room – once the ranch manager’s house and now featuring vast glass windows that look out over the waterhole 
  • The Water Hole Bar is cleverly located in a traditional ‘hide’ which overlooks the water and offers unique opportunities for wildlife viewing. 
  • The lodge offers its own swimming pool and sun deck for glorious game viewing breaks.
  • A wide selection of board-games and books on Africa and the wilderness lie around guest areas and experienced game rangers and guides offer nightly talks and video presentations on wildlife. 

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