GO AS YOU PLEASE
About Secluded Africa
Your home far away from home - our lodges
Go as you please: Together with your guide, guests plan their day according to their wishes and ideas.
All lodges are located in secluded areas far away from the crowds
Unlimited number of game drives included
One open safari jeep per tent
Absolutely sustainable: all lodges are located in private concession areas
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Voices of our guests
Thank you all for everything. You have made my first trip to the Maasai Mara memorable. Your welcoming spirit & wonderful people will stay in my heart FOREVER
– Instinct of the Mara
This was one of the most fantastic stays of our life. You guys went above and beyond! We felt so appreciated and welcomed and we will never forget our home away from home.
See you soon! Asante sana.
– Jessica & Sigfried, Kipalo Hills Lodge
What a wonderful place. We have visited Kenya different times and once after we experienced Diani we stayed away from the coast. Cardamom House has restored our faith in Kenyan beaches. Thank you so much for the brilliant 4 days with lovely food and service and great memories!
– Cardamom House
The lovely hospitality, luxury and warmth felt by us on our stay with you – it will be memories that will last a lifetime. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
– Daniel, Instinct of the Mara
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Conservation at work
The Olderkesi Conservancy is a 7600 acre piece of land set aside by the Olderkesi Community as a Conservation area in southern Kenya, immediately adjacent to the southeastern boundary of the Maasai Mara National Reserve (MMNR) and on the border with Tanzania. Olderkesi Conservancy is part of the greater Serengeti – Maasai Mara Ecosystem, crossing into Tanzania and covering approximately 30,000 km2
Mbulia Conservancy was initiated with the local community who wanted to develop a tourism initiative on their otherwise underutilized land. The agreement was struck between Mbulia Ranch and Amara Conservation who leased the 12,000 hectares conservation area to build Kipalo Hills.