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Heritage Hotels Fact Sheet

Heritage Management Ltd. manages a portfolio of eight of Kenya’s premier travel destinations, including Mara Explorer, Kipungani Explorer, Mara Intrepids, Siana Springs, Samburu Intrepids, the Great Rift Valley Lodge & Golf Resort, Voyager Safari Camp, and Voyager Beach Resort. As well more...

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We are proud to announce that Mara Explorer is featured in African Geographic’s new coffee-table booked titled “Safari in Style: East Africa”. Click here to view the feature. For more information on purchasing this new book, please visit www.AfricaGeographic.com.

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The idea of “Tented Camping” may conjure up images of pitching a tent at summer camp when you were a kid.  To many people “camping” means roughing it in the wilderness and getting dirty. Well, “Tented Camping” with Heritage Hotels in East Africa is a very different experience. Our Intrepids and Explorer tents are nothing short of luxury. The tents, all newly renovated in 2006, feature polished mohagany wood floors, beds with high thread-count linens and en-suite bathrooms with dual sinks and “waterfall” shower heads. Certainly no roughing it here!

Our youth programmes allow families visiting our Intrepids and Voyager properties to come away with so much more from their safari experience. Families can take their morning and evening game drives together, then the children can spend the afternoon learning about the bush through a fascinating 'bush school' with excursions to historical sites, practical conservation work, and cultural and sporting exchanges with local Maasai and Samburu communities. Parents often feel that they can’t bring their children on an African safari, but these programmes are developed specifically for kids and are the best way for families to experience the magic of an Africa safari together.