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26 F O R R E S E R V A T I O N S C A L L U S O N 0845 130 6982 Safari Houses of Africa Elsa’s Private House Meru, Kenya This beautiful two bedroom house sleeps four and sits in the untamed wilderness of Meru National Park, made famous by the film ‘Born Free’ and George Adamson’s lions. It provides complete exclusivity and privacy. The living area spills into your very own private swimming pool with a spectacular view overlooking the Meru plains. The private safari house, private villa or camp is the fabulous new way to enjoy Africa at your own pace. Perfect for families and groups of friends looking for something different - it is a wilderness experience par excellence that allows you the freedom of your own secluded luxury retreat. This relaxed and personal alternative to the traditional safari holiday gives you the chance to enjoy private game-viewing with your own vehicles and guide, and unlimited flexibility over game viewing times – perfect for families and small groups! Most of the safari houses have pools, and all come with their own personal team of staff, who will serve meals wherever and whenever you like - the ultimate in bush luxury! The best news is that for a group of six or more it is often little more than the cost of a traditional safari lodge - for one that is personally tailored just for you! Loisaba Cottage Laikipia, Kenya This cottage offers a truly exclusive experience and has panoramic views for hundreds of miles from the Rift Valley escarpment. It has two double bedrooms and sleeps four. As well as your own staff, game-drive vehicle and guide, you can also use the main lodge’s facilities including the spa, swimming pool, and tennis court. Additional activities include horse riding, bush walking, game driving, and camel trekking.