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From the Mara to the Great Rift Valley, investors are flocking to Kenya

October 21, 2015 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

Kenya’s tourism industry is set for exciting growth with new investment and hotels on the horizon, providing even more reason for visitors to explore this magical land. Complementing Kenya’s well-known and celebrated properties and drawcards, new hotels are popping up all over the country in the coming months, providing Aussie travellers with new and exciting options to explore across Mara, Nairobi, and Serengeti.

Here are a few exciting newcomers to add to the selection:
Angama Mara
Angama Mara is a remarkable new safari lodge and a project more than ten years in the making. What sets Angama Mara apart from other safari lodges is its unparalleled location. Balanced on the rim of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, each tented suite enjoys a 180 degree view of the Masai Mara below, possibly the best-known game reserve in the world. The location constantly delivers extraordinary viewing of all of Africa’s great mammals, particularly from July to October, when guests have a front row seat to the Great Migration.  For more information visit: www.angama.com
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Radisson Blu Nairobi
The Radisson Blu Hotel Nairobi Carlson Rezidor is anticipated to open its first Radisson Blu Hotel in Nairobi in late 2015. The innovative first class hotel will have 271 spacious designer guest rooms and feature a health club, spa and over 1,400 square metres of conference space. Indulge in the fusions of local and international flavours at any of their three distinct restaurants or unwind at the chic Humidor Bar. For more information visit: www.radissonblu.com/en/hotel-nairobi

Serengeti Explorer Camp
For travellers wanting to be close the action, the Serengeti Explorer Camp is the perfect place. This unique tented camp relocates three times a year so that its location is always near the best game viewing. Featuring an all new look with spacious tents offering running water, en suite facilities and exceptional service, Serengeti Explorer Camp brings guests closer to the action. The small size of the camp, with only eight deluxe tents and two family tents, means that guests can enjoy an intimate, personalised experience. A private tent valet will look after every need from dusting off the luggage on arrival to bringing a selection of fresh fruit and hot beverages in the early morning before the game drive. The camp also features an elegantly appointed lounge tent and an all new dining tent so travellers can enjoy the company of fellow adventurers and swap stories of the day’s wildlife viewing. For more information visit: www.serengetiexplorercamp.com

For more information visit: www.magicalkenya.com

*According to Reuters Africa

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