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Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp

Tucked among golden-barked acacia trees, under the shadow of ancient volcanoes, Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp is a truly magical setting for your next safari holiday in Kenya. You’ll find the small, immaculately maintained safari camp on the shores of glittering Lake Elmenteita in Kenya’s Soysambu Conservancy, just a two-hour drive from Nairobi and a short distance from the flamingo-filled Lake Nakuru. Here, the modern comforts of a five-star hotel blend seamlessly with the rich history and culture for which Soysambu is famous, resulting in an ambiance that is at once invitingly rustic and utterly sophisticated.

Consider hosting your next event here; from brilliant group events to magnificent weddings and honeymoons, the camp sets the stage for memorable occasions.


Location of Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp

On the shores of the beautiful Lake Elmenteita inside the Soysambu Conservancy.


Facilities at Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp

There is a central restaurant, bar and lounge. A swimming pool is the perfect place to cool down in the African sun. You can relax with a massage, indulge in some pampering in the beauty parlour and a gift shop within. There are plenty of activities available to keep you occupied between game drives – archery, water aerobics, jogging/walking, Swahili lessons, water colour painting, cooking lessons, yoga and cooking lessons.


Accommodation at Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp

There are 24 large custom-made canvas tents which offer British Colonial décor tastefully furnished, ensuite bathrooms with double vanities and hot water, a large private veranda with views of Lake Elmenteita. Each tent is supplied with a mini bar, telephone and Wi-Fi. There is also a one-bedroom Flamingo Suite with a sitting room, jacuzzi bath and shower and a balcony.


Board Basis at Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp includes (Lunch, Dinner & Breakfast-Soft drink  and mineral water during meals).


Children under Three years of age are not permitted at the camp.

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