A truly wonderful week here
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- A exclusive haven for game watching in ultimate safari comfort.
- A unique & enchanting camp which sits at the foot of Mount Kenya.
- Bespoke excursions and exceptional cuisine, all are tailored to your every need.
Facilities includeWiFi Heated Pool Bar With View Daily Laundry Extensive Library
- Safari Picnic
- Visit Nanyuki
- Guided Walking
- Guided Birding
- Day/Night Drives
- In-Room Massages
- Safari Horse Riding
Seasons in Kenya
About Enasoit Camp
Situated at the foot of Mount Kenya, Enasoit is a luxury private hire lodge on the Laikipia Plateau. The intimate setting comprises of six double/twin en suite tented cottages. Each cottage has been designed to offer guests the ultimate in African Safari comfort with each suite boasting a fireplace and cosy sheep skinned seating areas.
Enasoit prides itself in being able to provide its guests with fresh produce daily picked from the gardens that surround the camp, lunch can be enjoyed at the Pool House which is set amongst aloe gardens. Guests can enjoy dipping in the plunge pool, game viewing from the wooden deck, or curling up in front of the fireplace with a drink in hand. The lodge also offers a luxury Spa to unwind after a long day spend game viewing.
Enasoit Game Sanctuary is a private wildlife reserve on the world-famous Laikipia Plateau, at the foot of Mount Kenya. Enasoit Camp overlooks a wildlife waterhole with the backdrop of the scenic Lolldaiga Hills. Giraffe, zebra and gazelle quietly graze in front of the camp whilst elephant and buffalo come to drink, and the bird-life is vibrant.
How to get there
We will assist you with all necessary internal transfers after booking.
Daily schedule flights from Nairobi (and selected other domestic airports) to Nanyuki – 35min flight and 1 hour transfer by road to Enasoit
Charter flight by helicopter or fixed-wing aircraft to Enasoit’s own airstrip
4 hours from Nairobi
1 hour from Nanyuki
NB. All prices and times are subject to change.
When to go
The best wildlife viewing months in Kenya are during the Dry season from late June to October. The wildebeest migration usually reaches the Masai Mara in July and remains until October when they move back to the Serengeti in Tanzania. Wildlife viewing is good year-round, but this can differ for some parks.
What to bring:
Shorts and T-shirts / Shirts
Long trousers, a warm jumper and jacket for the cool evenings
Sun protection (hat, high sun-screen, sunglasses)
Swimming clothes if you wish to make use of the pool
Travelling with children
Children under 5 years stay for free
No conservation fee for children under 5 years
Make an enquiry
Contact us for your truly bespoke itinerary
What happens next?
- One of our experts will reply to you within 12 hours.
- We will customise your requirements with the help of our true expert knowledge.
- We will create the best experience possible at a truly transparent price.