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Seven days for 10 in Kalanchoe private ranch, Kenya
10 people
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Seven days for 10 in Kalanchoe private ranch, Kenya
10 people
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Seven days for 10 in Kalanchoe private ranch, Kenya
10 people
Closed
Seven days for 10 in Kalanchoe private ranch, Kenya
10 people
Closed
Seven days for 10 in Kalanchoe private ranch, Kenya
10 people
Closed
Seven days for 10 in Kalanchoe private ranch, Kenya
10 people
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Seven days for 10 in Kalanchoe private ranch, Kenya


Description

Kalanchoe is more than just a safari, it is a place to relax and reconnect with the feeling of calm that we sometimes lose in the fast-paced hustle and bustle of everyday, and now you and nine guests can enjoy the serenity of Kalanchoe Ranch for seven exquisite days.

Whether taking a private swim in the turquoise blue pools of Ndare Forest 
the lush indigenous forest at the northern foothills of Mt. Kenya visiting the local safari camps, such as Borana Conservancy, or exploring the markets of Nanyuki, Kalanchoe is the right place.

Enjoy sundown viewing with an evening bonfire and great cocktails all while in the presence of indigenous acacia trees and animals in the distance, followed by a specially curated dinner prepared by Kalanchoe's private chef, making an incredible experience for groups and families alike.

The prizes includes exclusive use of Kalanchoe for up to 10 people.
Luxury family tent, sleeps 4
Two luxury bedroom tents, sleep 2
Two luxury cottages with Thanje Reed Roofing, both sleeps 2

Each bedroom has en-suite bathroom with luxury showers and sitting area. Each tent is fitted with decking for sunbathing and enjoying the wildlife.

Other associated costs: Tip charge of £20 per night, per guest (including children). This goes directly to the on-site team. Activities from game drives, horseback riding and air balloons trips can be booked for an additional charge.

Stay for seven days.
Available summer and autumn 2024.

Generously donated by Rose and George Hulse