Green & Chic ~ Shompole Lodge, Kenya, Africa

By Dian Hasan | June 10, 2009

Shompole Lodge_Kenya_shompole27Shompole Lodge, Kenya is the figurehead of a partnership between a private safari company and the Maasai of Shompole Group Ranch. This partnership is aimed at encouraging the conservation of wildlife and the habitat of the area. The area at this Kenya lodge is home to many species of animal and bird life and includes one of the most ecologically diverse areas in Africa. This Kenya lodge lies on the edge of the Great Rift Valley and is a creation of the imagination.Shompole Lodge_Kenya_DSC_0069Constructed to emphasise the beauty of natural materials, this Kenya lodge combines flowing water and smooth white walls. This Kenya lodge is a truly unusual and exquisite destination. Enjoy a relaxing and spacious wilderness experience at this award-winning Kenya lodge.
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Shompole Luxury Eco-Lodge is located about 180 km (110 miles) south of Nairobi, near the border with Tanzania. A handful of Kenyan sites spearheading a partnership model to bring investors and community members together in a business and conservation venture, funding education and health provision as well as restoring wildlife.

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4 Comments

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4 responses to “Green & Chic ~ Shompole Lodge, Kenya, Africa

  1. Yves

    Quand tu veux !
    Pour se retrouver tous les 2 . . !

    Ta

    • endangerededen

      Bon jour Yves, ca va? Pardonez moi, mais je ne parle pas de Français! Let’s do this in English.
      Merci bien for decrouvez mon blog! ha.. ha.. I’m trying with my broken French!! Thanks for finding us. SVP stay posted for more interesting hotels and resorts from tout le Monde! ciao, dian

  2. Shantay

    Breathtaking…simply!!!

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