The Elewana Collection Newsletter
- 30 Jul, 2023
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(Posted 29th July 2023)
Arusha Coffee Lodge now included in mid and green season circuit discounts
Take advantage of generous discounts of up to 20% when combining Elewana’s bush and beach properties.
Increased flexibility on terms and conditions for booking minimum nights at Elewana bush camps and lodges
Guests can now book a minimum two nights across multiple properties.
Electric bikes now offered at Lewa
Along with game drives and bush walks, visitors can enjoy new e-biking activities during their stay at Lewa.
Night game drives available at Tortilis Camp
Guests can see the bush come alive after dark with night game drives.
New Appaloosa horses will make The Manor their home in August
Guests can enjoy a relaxing horseback ride through the Shangri La Coffee Estate, exploring rolling hills, lush greenery and enjoying great bird life.
Kilindi appoints new General Manager
Lisa de Lange joins the Elewana team, having recently spent five years in Zambia managing a luxury hotel.
Implementation of new Zanzibar infrastructure tax
This new tax will be applicable to all new bookings at Kilindi Zanzibar from July 1, 2023, onwards.
New Serengeti Explorer will offer guests an extensive range of culinary options
From a Chef’s table located within an impressive wine cellar with an on-site sommelier, to a Boma restaurant offering a bush dinner of African and Swahili dishes, there will be a wealth of dining options to suit all tastes.
Sand River Masai Mara is the quintessential tented safari camp in Kenya
Located quite literally on the Migration route, guests are often fortunate enough to be able to watch wildebeest and zebra crossing the Sand River from the comfort of their tent verandah.
Shanga hopes to build long term partnership with Maasai ladies
Initiative started with ladies crafting hand beaded bracelets for all guests departing Tarangire Treetops.
Amboseli Trust for Elephants reports increase in male elephants following drought
As an indication of nature’s resilience, the increased number indicates a potential future baby boom.
Grace Leonard, General Manager of Elsa’s Kopje, shares why now is a great time to go on safari in Meru
An amazing variety of birds, a chance to spot the big five and activities such as night game drives and nature walks are just some of the reasons to book a trip to Elsa’s in the next few months
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