Kenya Safari Resorts and Hotels

Safari accommodations range from tents to grand, colonial-style hotels. These four spots run the gamut, but they all offer incredible wine and food experiences.
The meals at Mount Kenya Safari Club showcase local produce grown by Kikuyu tribeswomen.
The meals at Mount Kenya Safari Club showcase local produce grown by Kikuyu tribeswomen. Photo © Lisa Linder.

Micato Safaris

The outfitter's new nine-day East Africa Epicurean Safari offers big-game sightings, as well as trips to farms, local meals and a tour of Nairobi's farmers' market with Fairmont Hotels chef Hubert Des Marais.

Mount Kenya Safari Club

Winston Churchill was a member of this famous club in Nanyuki, a 35-minute flight from Nairobi. Today, the newly refurbished hotel has an ambitious organic garden.

Mara Safari Club

This luxe tent resort on the edge of the Maasai Mara wilderness reserve hosts bush dinners featuring East African dishes.

The Norfolk

A famous, grand, colonial-style hotel. Des Marais opened Nairobi's first serious wine bar here, plus a locavore-minded steak house, Tatu.

PUBLISHED November 2010

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