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Renovations and facilities

Sarova Panafric Launch New Lobby

Sarova Panafric, a 164-room “isle of calm” well renowned for Refreshing African Hospitality, has undertaken a series of upgrades which promise to give our guests a new level of luxury experience. The most significant of these is a brand new Pan-African inspired Lobby, assuring guests of a refreshing waiting area and a pleasant working environment. The new lobby’s architectural theme will flow into the rest of hotel’s developments. Sarova Panafric is also currently giving a major upgrade to its standard rooms, into to Executive rooms, while installing a 3rd guest elevator and the installation of an ultra modern, electronic-controlled entry security gate

Mara Intrepids Gets Fresh Face

Mara Intrepids’ 30 new tents blend with the savannah grasslands, complete with stylish interiors. All come with four-poster beds, mosquito nets, over-head fans, coffee tables, safari writing desk, wooden floors, plug-in sockets for different appliances and en-suite bathrooms for the discreet safari seeker.

Explore Maasai Mara in Heritage's New Fleet of Jeeps

Game drives have become more comfortable with six new jeeps at the Mara Explorer and Mara Intrepids Camp, the group’s premier destinations in the heart of the Masai Mara.

This brings the number of new jeeps to 11 out of the 20-vehicles stationed at the camps. They come as five- or seven-seaters.

The new open-sided 4X4 safari vehicles are a favorite with guests, with mini-fridges for cold drinks and padded sides for protection on bumpy rides. The canvas tops open for uninterrupted 360-degree panoramas and beanbags are provided for steady shots.

Voyager Ziwani's New Look

Heritage’s safari camp in Tsavo West National Park will delight visitors with its new look. The twenty-five tented safari camp has been refurbished, with bespoke ensuite bathrooms. The soft interiors will be complete by the December holidays.

Over-looking the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, in a private sanctuary bordering the game-rich park, there’s plenty to do at the 50-bed camp such as game walks, night game-drives, birding trips as well as excursions to the World War II battle fields close to the Tanzanian border.