New African Territories

Overseas Based Representation

Address:
262, Olooula Ridge, Karen, Nairobi
Member Number: 202753 Tel: +254 20 3598 871

New African Territories represents a select few small and exclusive hosted lodges and camps. The New African Territories’ stamp of approval is an indication of a particularly high standard of accommodation, cuisine and personal service. We are an association of friends with over 25 years of experience in managing camps and operating safaris into remote areas, we can offer you some new and unusual destinations which are off the beaten track but can still provide you with all the comforts and unparalleled personal service.

Where we operate

  • Kenya
  • Tanzania

Activities offered

  • Accommodation
  • Ballooning
  • Beach Holidays
  • Bird Watching
  • Fishing
  • Flying Safaris
  • Golf
  • Mobile Safaris
  • Mountain Climbing
  • Photography
  • Safaris - Fixed Camp
  • Weddings
  • Camel Safaris
  • Walking Safaris
  • Guided flying safaris

Our Commitment to Responsible Tourism

All of the camps and lodges we represent are situated in far flung, 'off the beaten track' locations... and and such most of the communities around us have very little compared to the national average, most having been disregarded from any 'development' occuring in the rest of the country.

Aside from trying to implement as small an environmental footprint as possible, and actively working to conserve the stunning environments around us, our group actively commit themselves with a social responsibility of working with the surrounding  communities through employment, training (and imparting skills) a conservation fee from paying guests and direct projects in education and health... all factors which by involving and working with the people ultimately result in a healthy overall environment!

Charities

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Lower Tana Delta Conservation Trusts

The Lower Tana Delta Conservation Trust was founded in 2004 when the local indigenous community realized that to protect the magnificent ecosystems contained in the wetland of the Lower Tana, from forests of mangrove, doum palm and riverine species to vast open wetland plains and rolling sand dune ecosystems, they must come together and protect it themselves. The wetland area home to hundreds of species of flora and fauna, some species endemic or endangered, as well as the indigenous communities way of life were under constant threat of rampant ‘development’ schemes such as plantations of sugar and jatropha. The efforts of the community (mainly of the Pokomo and semi-nomadic Orma tribe) aim to conserve this wetland as they have done for generations, through projects that exist in harmony with the deltaic systems, such as eco-tourism (the Trust have a 20% share in Delta Dunes lodge and a community lodge of their own) and employing game scouts to monitor activity in the area. Moreover they wish to generally improve the standard living for the local people who have been on the ‘periphery’ for so long. There is currently no electricity across the whole of the Lower Tana and educational facilitates remain extremely poor. Plans for a ‘mobile library’ which would assist in so many areas for the community in the LTDCT are underway although we are still seeking the funding for such an amazing project. In general any assistance towards improving education be it a solar light or donations of books would be extremely supportive to this community as a whole.

News

29 March 2019

New African Territories & Hippo Point Reservations

We are delighted to announce, as of 1st April 2019 New African Territories will be handling the reservations for Hippo Point, the stunning, iconic property, nestled in a 600 acre privately owned conservancy on the shores of Lake Naivasha. - HIPO POINT -  An exclusive “slow safari” private homestead and wildlife conservancy situated on an isthmus between Lake Naivasha and Lake Oloidien at an altitude of 6,200 feet.

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29 October 2018

Leave the Ordinary Behind

The safari dreaming continues with African Territories, the charismatic Hippo Point has joined our group of unique properties.  A private wildlife conservancy, homestead and family owned estate on the shores of Lake Naiviasha, bursting with charm and perfectly capturing the styled romance of a by-gone era! For more information, please get in touch!

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22 March 2018

News from African Territories

Alex Walker's Serian, welcomes Photographer in Residence, Mike Dexter, from 17-26th July, and 13-30th September 2018. Assisting Serian’s guests to get the most out of their safari photographs.

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23 February 2018

Stepping Out of The Ordinary

Bringing you another magical moment as Kitich Camp joins the African Territories portfolio. We are delighted to be now managing Kitich Camp reservations and to have Kitich as part of our 'out of the ordinary' group of camps and lodges.

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30 August 2017

Skies, Sand & The Sun!

We are privileged to be working closely with Alexis Peltier, and we have had enormous fun designing an African Territories Flying safari. Alexis flies and maintains his very own Cessna 206, a 5 seater plane, with luggage pod and extensions on the wings to be able to carry more weight. The tyres are also adapted to land on different terrains. The safari is personalised & guided, intending to create unforgettable moments and life changing experiences. This is an adventure lik…

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01 August 2017

Refreshed & Renewed

Refreshed & Renewed At African Territories, we have been busy creating a fresh and dynamic 'new look'... and today we are very happy to share our re-brand with you! Simplifying our unique logo and adding a splash of colour with our new 'Indian Pink, Rust and Savannah' accent colours!  The ancient african Adinkra symbols are an important part of our identity and our work ethos. Meanwhile at Speke’s Camp, the team have completed a fabulous and major&nbsp…

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23 May 2017

Speke's Camp - New Images & Video

We're happy to share with you all, a great video and new images of Speke's Camp. A unique, intimate camp on the edge of the Maasai Mara.  Check out the images here and the video here! Keep an eye out for the new website COMING SOON. 

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27 April 2017

Adventures with New African Territories

The ‘Maasai Trails’ through the Loita Hills, is one of our favorite safari experiences!          Our new Maasai Trails video is a sneak peak of what to expect on these beautiful trails of discovery, exploration, culture and tradition. The perfect example of Slow Travel, to connect to the place, the people, and the culture!

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13 April 2017

A safari blog!

Launching our brand new safari blog! A fun space where we can share all our safari stories, pictures, favourite spots and safari tips! We thought it would be a great way to show all of you what we get up to at New African Territories! Check it out on your next coffee break http://blog.africanterritories.co.ke Our latest post descirbes '20 years of camel safaris at Sabuk'  

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29 July 2013

New to African Territories

Speke's Camp, an 8 bedroom traditional luxury safari camp in the Maasai Mara, is the latest property to join the African Territories group for all representation and reservations. For more information please contact African Territories at bookings@africanterritories or +254 718139359

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13 October 2011

Sleeping Warrior Lodge opening 18th December!

Sleeping Warrior Lodge, Soysambu, Kenya - opening 18th December 2011, just in time for that Christmas getaway...! The Sleeping Warrior Lodge is an eco-friendly luxury lodge just over two hours from Nairobi. Set on the stunning Soysambu Conservancy, the lodge offers breath taking views of Lake Elementeita and the Rift Valley. Enjoy an unforgettable wilderness experience with night and day game drives, bush walks and excursions to nearby Lake Nakuru National Park and Eburru Forest Sanc…

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