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Lake Magadi Shompole Conservancy Camps Lodges: African Spice Safaris offers Lake Magadi Shompole Conservancy hotel bookings and reservations. These include self-catering accommodations, lodgings to luxury lodges and hotels.
We also make reservations for Lake Magadi and Shompole Conservancy budget camping, tented camps, guest houses, bed and breakfast, private home stays, resorts, restaurants to house rentals and all-inclusive Apartments.
Lake Magadi is the southernmost lake in the Kenyan Rift Valley, lying in a catchment of faulted volcanic rocks, north of Tanzania’s Lake Natron. During the dry season, it is 80% covered by soda and is well known for its wading birds, including flamingos.
Lake Magadi is an amazing unique and serene destination for nature lovers, bird lovers and adventure camping tourists.
A visit to Lake Magadi is worth it for the drive alone, a three-hour journey through severe countryside. Sand and Acacia trees are your only companions for most of the potholed and dusty road. The path to Magadi gives you the opportunity to glimpse inside the lives of one of the more famed Kenyan tribes, the Maasai. Peppered along the route are Maasai Villages, not tourist mimicry but real people living real lives.
The Shompole Conservancy is a large privately operated conservation area in the south of the Great Rift Valley, Kenya. It is located between Lake Magadi to the north and Lake Natron to the south, two alkaline lakes.
Shompole is one of southern Kenya’s most rewarding wilderness experiences. Isolated Maasai villages, dramatic escarpment views all along the Western Rift Valley wall and some surprisingly good wildlife watching. And with much of the conservancy having only recently reopened, there’s a chance you may be the only ones here.
The bird watching is excellent with species you’re more likely to see across the border in Tanzania’s Crater Highlands than elsewhere in Kenya, while elephants, lions and other large mammals are all possible.
Lake Magadi Shompole Conservancy hosts a number of the most beautiful hotels and resorts known to the world. For those seeking fine hotels and resorts, Lake Magadi Shompole Conservancy offers some of the best five-star accommodation in Kenya.
Among the best hotels includes: Entasopia Guest House, Lake Magadi Sports Club, Lake Magadi Tented Camp, Lentorre Lodge, Lerruat Log Resort, Shompole Wilderness camp among others.