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The Micato Grand Safari

Camps & Lodges


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

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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.


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Tortilis Tented Camp

With Mount Kilimanjaro in the distance and grazing wild herds gathering at the water hole nearby, Tortilis Camp is everything you imagine an African safari camp to be. The fifteen tents are a perfect blend of refined comfort and rustic style, each with its own thatch-roofed veranda and a sweeping view of the surrounding landscape. Vegetables and herbs are grown right at the camp, so meals are mouth-wateringly fresh and delicious.


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Mount Kenya Safari Club

With its reputation for relaxed elegance, the Mt. Kenya Safari Club is a legend unto itself. Originally a private home during the “White Mischief” period of the 1930s, actor William Holden turned it into an exclusive private club in the 1950s with Winston Churchill, Bing Crosby, Clark Gable and Bob Hope amongst its founding members and frequent guests. Micato travellers receive preferred accommodations at the original William Holden Cottages or Riverside Cottages—luxurious private bungalows with living rooms, stone fireplaces and lovely views.


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Bateleur Camp

A member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Bateleur Camp is the epitome of private tented luxury. The camp enjoys an exquisite location, nestled among the forests on the edge of the Maasai Mara, just below the location where Out of Africa’s famous final scene was filmed. Lavishly-appointed tents feature polished wooden floors and en suite bathrooms with glass-walled showers, as well as a private deck and a personal butler. Elegant, romantic and secluded, the camp recalls the days when intrepid adventurers travelled these plains in search of big game.


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Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti

Already well supplied with safari-style elegance, the rebranded Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti is a delightful escape in the heart of the Serengeti. Spacious, lavishly appointed rooms feature original artwork and private decks. We browse the art gallery, luxuriate at its world-class spa, and lounge in the infinity pool while watching wildlife drink at the nearby water hole. Private ranger and butler services make this heavenly African experience yet more luxurious.


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Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp

Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp is dramatic and flamboyantly elegant, offering a ringside seat for the migration. Its ten luxurious safari tents feature vibrant, colourful interiors of African fabrics and locally sculpted furnishings, as well as al fresco showers open to the sun and stars. Built on the edge of the lush Grumeti River, it is a haven for hippo families bobbing and floating past your private deck. Activities include open-top game drives, bush picnics and outdoor dining.


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Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

The three elegant camps at the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, each with its own personality, add something different to the place reverently referred to as the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” The dichotomy here is enchanting—banana-leaf ceilings and carved Zanzibar wall paneling blend perfectly with crystal chandeliers and gilt mirrors. With suites perched on stilts on the rim, the crater is almost constantly visible, even from the bathroom. And of course, having a personal butler rounds out what is an unabashedly indulgent experience.


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Governor’s Il Moran Camp

With an atmosphere reminiscent of the hunting camps of yore, Governor’s Il Moran Camp is classic luxury at its best. The ten tents line the winding banks of the Mara River, hiding under ancient trees in delightful seclusion. Each spacious tent is furnished with handmade, wooden beds, large en-suite bathrooms have flush toilets, and a Victorian bath where you can soap the day’s dust away. The tents also offer an extended veranda for private dinners if you wish, or to just relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of the bush.