Mahali Mzuri was designed as a result of Sir Richard Branson's love for Kenya's beauty and his appointment as a tribal Maasai elder in 2007. Emerging from his growing passion for the area's characteristics, he decided to join forces with the native Maasai communities to establish the safari lodge. Since its inception in 2013, Mahali Mzuri has strived towards promoting tourism that both conserves the environment and creates advantages for the local communities.
A trained team of wildlife guides will escort you into the bush for morning and afternoon game drives, where you will be introduced to an impressive list of Africa's creatures. The wild cat family, as well as giraffes, elephants and impalas among others are a common sight within the Kenyan kingdom.
Accommodation is luxurious and attentive staff will ensure that you are comfortable throughout your stay. The scrumptious meals are filling and exploring your various dining options will keep your taste buds preoccupied. Your escape to the lodge can be maximized by indulging in an Africology spa treatment.