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Eight of the ten private cottages have their own swimming pool whilst all enjoy roof terraces where intimate “star beds” can be set up, allowing guests the thrill of sleeping in style under a canopy of endless stars while connecting with their sense of place and self.
Horse riding (for all guests, novice to professional), mountain biking, tracking, conservation and community out-reach programmes, sleep outs on private “star beds”, fly camping and in-room massages are available.
Early morning and late afternoon/early evening game drives in a 4×4 open vehicle guided walks and night drives are available.
Ol Donyo Reviews
“10/10 recommend coming to this lodge. I have been to a lot of places and this ranks up very high for the best views, activities, and service. Everyone there was so accommodating from the tour guides, the chef, and the managers. You will not want to go anywhere else! I do not have one bad thing to say about this place.” – riley_sal
“This is a wonderful small lodge at the foot of the Chyulu Hills, with potential for great game drives depending on the time of the year. A little over two hours north east of famous Amboseli,it offers off road Safari experiences, hors back safaris and walking safaris. The people at the lodge are wonderful and professional eager to create personalized experiences.One feels very well taken care off. I d go back here any time.” – traceller
“Spent 3 nights here. Amazing accomodation and good inventive healthy food. Shaun and Amy you are the most amazing hosts and a asset to this Lodge.!! Certainly made up for what I felt was a lack of animals. Would highly recommend and it’s truly an experience.” – AustraliaFrancesca
Chyulu Hills National Park
The Chyulu Hills, also known as the Volcano Hills, is a beautiful mountain range situated in Eastern Kenya. The hills are absolutely breathtaking and described by renowned author Ernest Hemmingway as the “Green Hills of Africa”.