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The British Royalty' love for Kenya first it was Her majesty and now its Prince Williams


TREETOP LODGE IN ABERDARES;For the first time in the history of the world, a young girl climbed into a tree one day a Princess and after having what she described as her most thrilling experience she climbed down from the tree next day a Queen. That is queen Elizabeths story during her visit to Treetop hotel in 1952 when her father died while she was on safari in Kenya.

ROTUNDU LOG CABINS are set off the beaten track on the northern slopes of Mount Kenya in an area of pure wilderness and breathtaking beauty. These cosy cabins are the perfect destination for an adventurous rough-luxe getaway. Enjoy hiking in the incredibly fresh mountain air or try your hand at trout fishing in the well stocked nearby Lake Rutundu, or at Lake Alice an hours hike away. You can bring your catch back to cook and enjoy the tranquility of this exclusive and remote destination. From your balcony you have an incredible view of the open tundra with some unique local flora and fauna. Bigger game like buffalo, leopard and zebra can also be seen.

Perhaps the reason why Kenya tourism have repeatedly hosted the world famous people some coming annualy is the peace, remoteness and exclusiveness of most of its destination, in such places the guests are themselves, no media interference,  no status recognition they mix and mingle with the locals freely with the media realizing their visits when they are long gone! Prince William couldn’t have choosen a better place!

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