If luxury and private safari is what you long for, you’ll find both in abundance at Olarro.
Olarro Kenya lies just over 120 miles west of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi.
The border with Tanzania is roughly 40 miles southwest from the 20,000-acre private wilderness. This places is at the heart of the Masai Mara’s action, in the wildebeest’s migratory path. Best way to get there is by air, from Nairobi’s Wilson airport, via a 50-minute charter or scheduled flight to Siana airstrip. Upon arrival one of their private drivers who will take you on to Olarro. This is when your safari experience really begins: A 1 hour drive through stunning scenes, taking in breathtaking views like no other, and becoming familiar with your new surroundings. Charter flights also depart from and land at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA). You can also take a helicopter and land on one of their helipads.
With two different lodges on offer at Olarro, guests can choose between a secluded hilltop haven and a lodge meticulously planned to offer uninterrupted Savannah views.
As ethereal as a stay here feels, Olarro is very much grounded in its surroundings. It’s in tune with how life has been lived here for centuries. Every element of this utopia’s wild mystery and magic rests on the Masai Mara’s untamed beauty preserved since ancient times by its people.
Olarro offers a wide range of activities including unique night game drives with special infrared night vision goggles. Owing to its location and concept, guests can enjoy activities such as mountain biking, quad biking, nature walks and specialized bird-watching with the licensed guides, bush dining, Maasai themed playtime for the children, hot air balloon rides to see the breathtaking views of the Mara, and also visits to the nearby villages and schools to see the Maasai culture up close.
A nights stay at Olarro could set you back roughly 800 – 900USD. Visit https://olarrokenya.com for more information.