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Elewana Collection announces full and partial buyouts of select Kenya properties

Families and groups of friends looking for the ultimate safari escape may now book entire buyouts at select Elewana Collection properties in Kenya.

Elewana Collection announces the option to book exclusive buyouts of select properties in Kenya including Elewana Kifaru House, Elewana Sand River Masai Mara and Elewana AfroChic Diani Beach to cater to increasing demand from travellers for added privacy during their safari adventure. Guests may social distance in style by transforming an Elewana Collection property into their own private oasis, either partially or in its entirety, guaranteeing undivided access to amenities and services during their intimate safari getaway.

Safaris have always been well-suited for travellers seeking a private escape and with Elewana Collection’s partial and full buyouts, guests can make their bucket-list worthy experience even more special. Guests enjoy sole access to nature and wildlife including activities such as private morning, evening, and full-day game drives and walking safaris. With virtually no one else around, guests can fully immerse themselves in their environment amongst the big cats, herds of elephants, wildebeest, all manner of birds, and other fantastical wildlife.

“Already our properties offer secluded settings nestled within the vast Kenyan landscape and now with these new exclusive buyouts, we are able to offer our guests the extra comforts and added privacy of having an accommodation all to themselves,” says Heath Dhana, Director of Operations for Elewana Collection.  

The properties available include:

Elewana Kifaru House
A haven of luxury in the bush, Elewana Kifaru House offers guests five charming thatched cottages surrounded by verdant lawns, a sitting room with a well-stocked bar, an elegant dining area which extends out to a large, comfortably furnished terrace and a library. Located in the world-famous Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, guests can take in the magnificent views over the distant plains while leisurely lounging by the picturesque infinity pool by day and enjoying a peaceful sundowner in the evening.

Elewana Little Sand River Masai Mara 
Located within the Masai Mara National Reserve on a secluded and picturesque site, Elewana Sand River Masai Mara recalls the glory of tented camps in the late 1920’s. Known for its exceptional game-viewing including big cats, such as leopard, cheetah and lion, as well as the viewing of the Annual Migration, the property is divided into two separate but adjoining campsites, allowing each area to have its own designated dining and public area. Elewana Little Sand River, as it is affectionately known, boasts six tents including one family tent.

Elewana AfroChic Diani Beach
One of East Africa’s best kept secrets, AfroChic Diani is the perfect getaway for a family or group of friends. Located directly on Diani beach, the property has 10 guest rooms each with their own en suite bathroom, balcony and sun-loungers. Friendly and attentive staff are on hand to ensure guests every need is accommodated. Guests have access to water sports and an 18-hole Championship Golf Course is within three minutes’ drive from the hotel.

Elewana Collection’s full and micro-buyouts rates are valid for bookings made up until May 15, 2021 and guaranteed for travel up until May 31, 2021, with the exception of the festive season from Dec 20, 2020 to Jan 4, 2021.

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