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The Family to Family Safari

Camps & Lodges


Your accommodations on a Micato safari will be unabashedly luxurious—quite simply, you will stay at some of the best hotels, lodges and luxury safari camps in Africa. And of course, you are a VIP everywhere you go with Micato, so preferential rooms will be provided throughout.

Norfolk Hotel

Norfolk Hotel

The essence of luxury since 1904, the Norfolk is the legendary hotel from which many safaris have embarked. The spirit of past adventurers such as Teddy Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway linger romantically in the air here, particularly on the Delamere Terrace where explorers and locals alike have gathered for drinks and safari tales for generations. And of course, the hotel features everything you’d expect from a world-class property: impeccably-appointed rooms, a health club with gym, sauna and steam room, beauty salon and book shop to name just a few. Renovated in 2004, the hotel combines the best of both worlds—modern elegance and old-world charm.


Loisaba

Loisaba

Loisaba was originally the Kenyan home of the late
Italian Count Ancilotto. Now its 60,000 acres of wilderness
are available for guests to share, and the lodge still
reflects the exquisite taste of its original owner. Guests
have a choice of a fully-staffed private cottage or the
delightful lodge—each offering the relaxation of a swimming pool, spa and tennis court. Loisaba also
offers guests a unique treat: a night in a four-poster “Star Bed,” with only the boundless night sky for a ceiling.


Mara Intrepids Camp

Mara Intrepids Camp

Mara Intrepid Camp enjoys a spectacular location above the Talek River and at the confluence of the Mara’s four finest game-viewing areas. The camp is positioned upon shady raised platforms with sweeping views over the riverbank where wildlife come to drink. Furnished in the classic style of grand African safaris, Mara Intrepid’s guest tents offer large four-poster beds and handsome colonial style furniture. Riverfront dining and a swimming pool complete this delightful experience.


The Mbalageti Lodge

The Mbalageti Lodge

Set in the western corridor, perched high on a hill with panoramic views over the sweeping plains, Mbalageti is a pure delight. Twenty-four romantic luxury chalets—constructed of local rock and wood—evoke the sensation of a bedroom in the wild, with private verandas offering the tranquillity of game viewing from your armchair. A rock pool on the edge of a hill also offers dramatic 360-degree views. Game drives, birding, hot-air ballooning, bush picnics and more are available.


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Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

An architectural marvel, the Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge is built on the rim of the undisturbed eastern side of the crater. Designed to reflect the vastness of the African bush, it has no conventional windows, instead featuring huge walls of glass in both the public areas and guest suites. The breathtaking panorama of the crater-not to mention the luminous sunset-is brought into the very heart of the lodge. Guest accommodations are suites that include a spacious solarium overlooking the crater.