Webinar on the Enasoit Collection (Enasoit Camp and Tusitiri Dhow)
- This is an online only event/webinar
- September 20th 2018
The Enasoit Collection (Enasoit Camp and Tusitiri Dhow)
A full presentation on Enasoit Camp in Laikipia & Tusitiri Dhow in Lamu (The Enasoit Collection was born from a Scandinavian family’s love of Africa. After 30 years of exploring Africa’s un-spoilt expanses and developing conservation projects, the family created an enchanting portfolio – the very best of Kenya:
Enasoit is situated on the Laikipia Plateau, at the foot of Mount Kenya. Set within a natural wildlife corridor, Enasoit is a haven for game watching, and welcomes guests on an exclusive-hire basis.
Guests have Enasoit and its wildlife all to themselves. Guests stay at Enasoit Camp, a luxury tented camp overlooking a busy water-hole. Giraffe, zebra and gazelle graze quietly in front of Camp, elephant and buffalo regularly come to drink, and the bird-life is vibrant.
As a much-loved family home, Enasoit is uniquely welcoming and has a magic all of its own. The 6 double / twin tented cottages are cleverly constructed from canvas, thatch and permanent local materials. Each room has a fireplace, a private veranda and a comfortable seating area with sheepskin sofas for morning tea and game viewing. When not busy with other activities from guided game drives and walks to horse-riding and bush picnics, guests can relax at the Pool House, a pool-side retreat surrounded by lush gardens a few minutes from Camp.
Life in camp revolves around the spacious mess-tent. There is a wooden deck for game- viewing and drinks, as well as a dining and sitting area with a fireplace for the cooler evenings. Our collection of old books on African wildlife and history can be enjoyed by the camp fire. The water-hole and salt licks, barely 50 metres away, are lit up at night and provide unparalleled nocturnal game viewing, cocktail in hand!
Dhows are traditional wooden sailing vessels originally built for carrying exotic spices and goods along the Indian Ocean trade routes. Tusitiri Dhow has been meticulously restored and converted and is today a majestic and comfortable vessel offering dhow safaris for up to 10 guests in the Lamu archipelago in northern Kenya.
Life on board is laid back and centred on Tusitiri’s broad deck; sumptuous cushioned seating areas line the deck and a dining area is arranged around the wooden mast. Below deck there are bathroom facilities and two day-cabins with space for storage and changing. Days on board are spent sailing between the islands on either Tusitiri herself or on our smaller dhow ‘Jahazi’.
Guests enjoy fabulous snorkeling on the reefs, kayaking, deep sea fish, waterskiing or simply relaxing and soaking up the quiet calm on board. For the shoppers there is nothing better than wondering Lamu towns cobbled streets and picking up a bargain all while returning to Tusitiri in time for a ‘sundowner’ or ‘moonriser’ in a beautiful spot…
The Enasoit Collection has been shared with friends and family over the years and now opens its doors to welcome guests from across the world to enjoy these uniquely private safari experiences.
The properties are offered on an exclusive basis and are therefore ideal for a family or group of friends travelling together. Whichever options you choose, the Enasoit Collection property will be exclusively yours for your stay and our team will be on hand to guide you at every stage.)
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This is an online only event/webinar