Hotel Overview

Set overlooking a large dam that serves as a popular watering hole for the animals, Borana lodge has been designed to work in harmony with the landscape by using local and sustainable building materials. It offers panoramic views of the Samangua Valley and the Lewa plains to the Ngare Ndare Forest. Guests can relax in the infinity pool while enjoying a view of the elephants on their way to the watering hole or choose to relax in the sitting room with sofas and armchairs that surround a huge open fireplace and large windows that offer a wonderful view of the plains below.

Key Features
Swimming Pool
Game Drives
Horse Rides

Borana Lodge Rates

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Child Rates
Children under 5 Years Free of Charge
Children under 16 years;
3rd January to 30th June charged KES 13500
1st July to 30th September charged KES 17500
1st October to 20th December charged KES 13500
21st December to 2nd January charged KES 27500
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Borana Lodge Accommodation

Rating: 8.0/10

Accommodation in Borana Lodge is in eight cottages each with an open fire place and a private veranda. The cottages are entirely secluded and private and offer views from the bedroom and the bathroom of landscape. Four of the cottages have large double beds and the other four with twin beds. The bathrooms in the cottages are spacious, luxurious and clean offering exceptional views of the plains. The lodge invites children of all ages and with this they have four interconnecting family rooms ideal for families with either young children or teenagers.

Fresh, delicious and organic food, fresh juice from the orchard and wines from all over the world served in the dining room are sure to satisfy your appetite. The kitchen will also ensure that the young ones are well catered for and their meals are prepared earlier for them to be in bed before their parents. A wide range of activities are on offer at Borana lodge which include horse riding, mountain biking, game drives as well as guided walks.


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