Ol wuas
Ol wuas
Ol wuas
Ol wuas

Ol Donyo Wuas is situated on the slopes of the Chyulu Hills, with exclusive access to a quarter of a million acres of one of the few remaining wilderness areas of East Africa.  The open plains, rolling Chyulu Hills and snow capped peak of Kilimanjaro invoke images of Africa as it was in the earlier part of the last century; wildlife and Maasai herdsman living as nature determined they should in this unspoilt corner of Kenya.  Ol Donyo Wuas in Maasai means “The Spotted Hills”, and is the name given by the Maasai to the Chyulu Range which runs between Amboseli and Tsavo National Parks.

The lodge consists of seven individual thatched cottages and a beautiful centrally positioned mess/dining room.  All the cottages have en-suite bathrooms, solar lighting, and a veranda with panoramic views of the plains and Mount Kilimanjaro. Three of the cottages have an additional bedroom for guests travelling with children.

The Hide is the eighth cottage built on stilts about 100m from the main lodge overlooking a waterhole where the wildlife comes in to drink.  Ideal for honeymooners or guests who want total privacy.


  • Game drives in open Land Rovers with knowledgeable guides, both during the day and at night
  • Game walks with an experienced guide on the spectacular open plains, Acacia woodland and the volcanic hills
  • Horse riding for both experienced riders and novices
  • Bush Breakfasts and Bush Dinners
  • Visit the Maasailand Preservation Trust Projects
  • Horizon swimming pool looking out to Mt Kilimanjaro
Optional Extras
    • Clay pigeon shooting
    • Horse riding safaris
Patrick Stanton and Nicola Young and a friendly Kenyan crew are there to organise the daily activities, to ensure everything runs smoothly, and to provide high standards of cuisine and personal service.

Meal Plan
Full board accommodation, house-wines, beers & soft drinks.  Special dietary requirements can be accommodated with prior notice.Access


  • Ol Donyo Wuas is a fifty minute flight in a private air charter
  • Daily scheduled SafariLink flight departing Wilson Airport, Nairobi at 0845hrs and returning by 1110hrs
  • A three and a half hour’s drive south-east of Nairobi.

Closed during the months of April, May and November.For those wishing to explore this stunning area further, we suggest two to three days camping out, with a support crew and mobile-tented camp.  Whether on horseback or on foot, and in the company of one of our knowledgeable safari guides, this gives you the chance to experience the wilder side of Africa – the Africa first explored by our ancestors.

Click on any of the links below for detailed information on each of the 42 Boutique Hotels.


MasaiMara Tsavo Laikipia Naivasha Mt.Kenya Coast Nairobi Tanzania Zanzibar
Cottars Camp Finch Hattons Borana lodge Kiangazi Mukima Farm Jahazi House House of Wayne Jongomero Palms
Elephant pepper camp Kilalinda Ol Malo House Chui Lodge Elsa's Kopje Kizingoni Palacina Kleins Camp Serenna Inn
Governors' Ilmoran Camp Ol Donyo Wuas Sabuk Loldia House Ol-lentille Kiwayu Village   Ngorongoro Zanzibar Baranza
Leleshwa Tortillis Tented Camp Lewa Wilderness Shompole   The Sands At Nomad   Selous Zanzibar
Mara Explorer Tented Camp   Joy's Camp     Manda Bay   Ngorongoro Manor  
Mara Timbo         Lion in the Sun   Singita Sabora  
Ol Seki Mara Camp         Mzima House   Tanzania  
Richard's Camp         Al Hamra      


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Last Update: 17/04/2013
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