Lentorre Lodge, Magadi


  • KES 19,700 per adult sharing per night
  • KES 14,700 per child sharing with adults (5-13 years)

Inclusion: Accommodation on fullboard, beers, sodas & water and conservancy fees.


Game Package

  • KES 25,000 per adult sharing per night
  • KES 17,500 per child sharing with adults (5-13 years)

Inclusion: Accommodation on full board, beers, soda & water, morning and evening/night game

drives and conservancy fees.


Children below 5 years sharing with adults stay free


Valid up to 31 Dec 2021


Note: on the weekends Lentorre Lodge only do exclusive use bookings – 6 guests minimum, 2 nights minimum. Smaller bookings are available last minute, or any weekdays. The reason for this is that guests will not have to interact with people they do not know, the experience is better as everyone is family/ close friends, and it allows you to have a great holiday in the bush with no one else around.

Lentorre Lodge is situated on the foothills of the Nguruman Escarpment in the heart of the Olkirimatian Conservancy in the Rift Valley. It is only 5 hours drive from Nairobi and within the 5 Counties Lockdown zone.

Comprising of 4 large villas that hold either a double or twin bed configuration a family villa and a honeymoon villa, the lodge has a maximum capacity of just 16 guests. The Lodge is ideally suited for exclusive use.

Each villa is a separate, stand-alone structure with an un-spoilt view of the wilderness looking towards Shompole Mountain. Each villa has its own dedicated plunge pool, incredible power shower and luxurious bathtub.

Activities include day game drives, night game drives, game walks with an armed guide, canoeing along the Ewaso Ngiro River, fishing in the Ewaso Ngiro River, bird watching, walking with baboons predator research and community visits.

One can also do star gazing, fly camping and waterhole watching (spending some time watching baboons, impalas, giraffes, zebras, lions, leopards, spotted hyenas, elephants coming for a drink).

The waterhole also attracts some animals that are seldom seen on safari such as porcupines, aardwolves and striped hyenas.


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