Serena Sweetwaters Camp
has always been a favourite destination for travellers who are looking for a brilliant safari experience without having to forego life's little luxuries. After a recent 5-Star refurbishment, and the opening of the new 'Morani Wing', Sweetwaters camp is even more fabulous!
Serena Sweetwaters Camp is nestled around a water hole on the Ol Pejeta private conservancy, and all the luxury tents have a wonderful view out over the Laikipia plains, against the backdrop of distant Mount Kenya. All the spacious tented en-suite rooms feature canvas walls and solid floors, built under thatched roofs, to offer an authentic East African safari ambiance without sacrificing any luxury touches. Each tent has a private veranda overlooking the water hole and they are positioned to offer every guest their privacy.
A great deal of thought has gone into ensuring that the decor is appealing to the modern discerning traveller, without losing sight of the fact that you find yourself 'under canvas' in the middle of the African wilderness.
The newly opening Morani Wing (which is named after Morani - the first orphaned Black Rhino that was brought to the conservancy back in 1989) takes Serena Sweetwater's luxury and guest service to a new level. The new tents are very spacious, impeccably furnished and have added extras like coffee/tea making facilities, shaving mirrors, hairdryers and even internet connectivity. The new wing offer double, twin, and triple tents, as well as one deluxe tent equipped to accommodate the physically challenged.
The public areas have also been totally revamped and moved to beautifully appointed tented structures that now house reception, the guest shop, dining room, lounge and bar. Serena Hotels group, and Sweetwaters Camp are dedicated to bringing the magic of the African wilderness to all visitors, without sacrificing the environment, and Sweetwaters Camp was awarded a Silver Eco-rating for their commitment to promoting responsible eco-tourism.