The Ark Lodge

This well-known lodge, built to resemble Noah’s Ark, enjoys a picturesque setting in the mountain forest of the Central Highlands.

The Ark comprises three decks, where numerous balconies and lounges afford excellent views of the floodlit waterhole and salt lick. There is also a ground level hide – the perfect spot for the discerning photographer. From this vantage point, photos of animals can be taken at eye-level.

  • Gift shop
  • Lounge and bar
  • Library
  • Each room Cabin has an en-suite shower and bathroom

Treetops Lodge

The Treetops Lodge on stilts is famous as the place where Queen Elizabeth II visited as a princess and left as queen, and it’s located at Aberdare National Park.

Originally built in 1932, Treetops Lodge lies in the path of an ancient Elephant migratory route between the Aberdare Ranges and Mt. Kenya National Park, and is strategically located right in front of a natural watering hole and salt lick, making it the perfect place to view game. Treetops Lodge is as much a part of nature as it has an ancient tree growing right through the hotel, with the lodge being built around it.

  • All Rooms Are En-suites With Showers and Are Fitted with a Luggage Rack
  • Disabled Friendly Room
  • A Buzzer Used to Notify Guests of Any Animals Appearing at The Waterhole

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