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    Ashnil Aruba Lodge Tsavo National Park, Kenya & Tarhi Safari Camp Tsavo

    Ashnil Aruba Lodge lies in the centre of Tsavo East National Park, the preferred stomping ground of elephants, lion’s cheetah, they're easy to spot at several nearby waterholes, opened in April 2008, Ashnil Aruba Lodge Tsavo is the latest addition to Tsavo East National Park - a wildlife-rich haven located 160km (about three hours' drive) from Mombasa, it is an oasis frequented by herds of elephant and buffalo, the Ashnil Lodge is shaded by a canopy of acacia trees, and has a lounge, dining area and swimming pool - perfect for a refreshing dip after a game drive. Tsavo Ashnil Aruba Lodge sits on a vantageous watering site overlooking the Aruba dam constructed on Voi River; the Ashnil Lodge Tsavo takes its name from the Aruba Dam, an oasis of limpid brown water that forms an irresistible attraction to both man and beast in Tsavo East National Park, at Ashnil Aruba Safari Lodge Tsavo will have an equal opportunity to see and appreciate nature and how resourceful it can be when conserved, While most guests on Tsavo safaris will look for the big five as a priority, at Aruba Ashnil lodge look at nature in its entirety and appreciate even the smallest of the creatures available in the conservation. When Aruba Ashnil Lodge was opened, the team from Ashnil Hotels Ltd, with more than 40 Years experience in wildlife accommodation in Kenya is behind this venture. Its location is superb, just a couple of hours from the coast at Mombasa, and close to Aruba Dam. Several watering holes nearby attract wildlife and two game drives a day ensure that your safari is second to none. The Ashnil Aruba Lodge Kenya has been thoughtfully designed with the main guest area shaded by acacia trees; there is a variety of rooms catering for every traveler including families and disabled visitors, there are a total number of 40 deluxe en-suite rooms with 8 having interconnecting doors, 4 triple rooms with one interconnecting room, 6 luxury tented camps and 2 rooms suited for disabled persons, the nearest airstrip is 25 minutes from the lodge, The open sitting restaurant at Ashnil Aruba Lodge Tsavo is located in the main building, overlooks the dam at all angles and can sit a maximum of 150 guests. The wooden deck shaded by canvas umbrellas can be used as extra sitting place during meal times e.g. breakfast, lunch or dinner. The buffet platforms, both warm and cold, sit in the middle of the restaurant for easy access by all. Meals are on full board accommodation basis. Buffet setting is the preferred serving style but if a guest has a specific request out of the normal buffet served, Tsavo Ashnil Aruba Lodge can arrange for an a la’ carte menu to suit their needs that is chargeable. There is a variety of menus to choose from but mainly oriental, international cuisine and a taste of African traditional dishes. There are other options available that can be arranged on request like 'bubbly' bush breakfast and picnic lunch boxes. The lounge is located in the main building sectored away from the main dining area. The décor has an African touch that makes it a wonderful place to pass time and relax. There is a variety drinks served and include liqueur, soft drinks, cocktails, wines, and spirits, local and international beers. The sitting capacity is about 60 guests. Aruba Ashnil lodge offer conference facilities which include LCD projectors, good sound systems and more to ensure a successful event. The souvenir shop stocks curios, African clothing and jewellery plus accessories as well as other basic items like toiletries etc. It is open form 6.00 am – 10.00 pm with permissible lunch break. After a grueling game drive you can take a dip in our swimming pool or simply relax by the pool which overlooks the game park that. This is the perfect place to relax and laze around in the calm afternoons. E-mails, internet browsing and general secretarial services are available at the Ashnil Aruba Safari Lodge Tsavo reception. We have a fully equipped clinic that caters for staff and guests whenever emergencies arise, the nurse will provide assistance at a nominal fee and make referral to a larger well equipped hospital if need be. Full or half day game drives can be arranged to explore the Tsavo National Park wonders, there are a variety of Tsavo safari activities which offer exciting ads to one's stay, they vary depending on the clientele needs and include guided nature walking safaris, evening entertainment, sun downer and game drives. Ashnil Aruba Camp also specialize in organizing wedding safari were an exchange of vows in the theatre of wildlife escorted by the Maasai or Samburu traditional dancers, bush dinners, bush breakfast and picnic lunches. The prime location of Ashnil Aruba Tented Camp in Tsavo National Park provides an ideal start of game viewing right from the balcony of your room. A drive east, west, south or north of the Ashnil Aruba Tented Camp will give you an equal opportunity to see and appreciate nature and how resourceful it can be when conserved. Guests at Ashnil Aruba Safari Camp can enjoy discovering the diversity of the Tsavo Wildlife Park on foot safaris and have an intimate encounter with the wildlife and nature. For those who love bird watching safari our resident naturalist will take you on a guided tour through the park to learn about the various bird species. A sun downer is a perfect way to end the day in the bush where you can relax and watch the sun slowly set as you take an ice cold cocktail. We provide up to date information flow of events in the Ashnil Aruba Camp Tsavo through our guest link desk near the reception. Children on family safari are most welcome and special meals are available on advance request. Clinic and dispensary is manned by a Kenya registered nurse who is on site, Guests should take appropriate preventive measure as advised by medics from country/ region of origin. Ashnil Aruba Safari Camp Tsavo is on telephone exchange to both domestic and international calls. Ashnil Aruba is not on the main power supply line and sources its power from a generator set. Electricity outlets have 220/240 voltage capacity. Laundry service is available and we provide services as per client/ guest specifications. Petrol and diesel are available. Room service is only applicable to wake up calls. The Ashnil Aruba Hotel offers use of safe deposits which are located in the rooms free of charge. The cashier accepts Visa and Master cards (not Electrons). Maestro cards not accepted. Foreign currencies can be converted into Kenyan shillings for reasonable amounts. Hair dryers are available for hire from the reception for use in the rooms.


    Ashnil Aruba Lodge Accommodation


    Sentrim Tsavo safari Camp formerly Tarhi Camp is a tented camp in true “old style, Although the luxury resort is called the Ashnil Aruba Lodge what you may be surprised to discover is that it is located in the popular safari tourist destination in the heart of Tsavo Kenya. Its a place for those who want to break free of traditional Kenya vacations and experience a country and a culture that very few of their neighbors will ever visit! All of the 40 luxurious rooms and safari tents at Ashnil Aruba Lodge overlook the reserve and dam in the distance. Choose from triple, twin or double rooms all of which boast a furnished terrace, the rooms come complete with a ceiling fan, mosquito nets, tea & coffee making facilities and a safety deposit box. The private en-suite bathrooms feature double vanity sinks, toilet and a walk-in shower. With forty guest rooms the Ashnil Aruba Lodge is the best of the Sentrim Hotels properties. As it is located in the heart of the Tsavo East National Park in Kenya guests really are staying in the heart of Africa but the rooms they stay in do not lack any of the basic comforts of home. Some of the rooms are located indoors within the lodge’s main complex while others are partially tented camps'. Each one has a distinctive - and rather beautiful - African flair that is clean, comfortable and more than adequate. No cable TV but why would you need that when the view outside your room is such an amazing one? or those who cannot live without Internet access the ability to surf the web and check emails is available in the hotel reception area and there are even conference facilities for business travelers. Every tent at the Sentrim Tsavo Camp formerly Tarhi safari Camp has its own flush toilet, shower and lavabo with flowing water. The Ashnil Aruba Lodge is situated in middle of the real “bush vegetation “of Tsavo East. All tents at the Tsavo Sentrim safari Camp are naturally surrounded by Boskia trees and other wild growing vegetation. All tents and all bathrooms are provided with power from our 2 camp generators (220 volts). All tents and all bathrooms are provided with solar power for the night hours, when the generators are off. Photo- or video cameras can be charged by the 2 dining places. Generator running times 5:00 – 7:00 AM / 1:00 PM – 4 PM / 6:00 PM until the last guest goes to the tent.


    Ashnil Aruba Lodge Meals


    The open sitting restaurant located in the main building overlooks the dam at all angles and can sit a maximum of 150 guests. The wooden deck shaded by canvas umbrellas can be used as extra sitting place during meal times e.g. breakfast, lunch or dinner. The buffet platforms, both warm and cold, sit in the middle of the restaurant for easy access by all. accommodation is on Full board basis, Buffet setting is the preferred serving style but if a guest has a specific request out of the normal buffet served, there is arrangement for an a la’ carte menu to suit their needs, There are other options available that can be arranged on request like 'bubbly' bush breakfast and picnic lunch boxes. The lounge is located in the main building sectored away from the main dining area. The décor has an African touch that makes it a wonderful place to pass time and relax. There is a variety drinks served and include liqueur, soft drinks, cocktails, wines, and spirits, local and international beers. The sitting capacity is about 60 guests. Ashnil Aruba Safari Lodge Tsavo kitchen staff prepare Local & international food on charcoal or gas fires. Lunch is served in the open air under the Boskia trees and with an excellent view of the waterhole (where animals gather to drink). Dinner will be served in the big dining tent. Great food is a part of any good vacation to Kenya and the Ashnil Aruba Lodge does not disappoint. Meals are served in the partially open air restaurant the boasts a huge wooden deck filled with tables shaded by huge parasols. The restaurant is complimented by a huge lounge complete with a full bar. Meals are served buffet style and are included in the room price. The items served are very diverse and include Western, Asian and local dishes. The restaurant can also provide packed lunches for those who will be spending their day exploring the park. With its own electricity supply the safari camp is well lit in the evenings, in all the tents and public areas. You can recharge your camera batteries at the power outlet, ready for the next day´s big game photo shoot


    Activities at the Ashnil Aruba Lodge


    Most of the activities involved in a stay at the Ashnil Aruba Lodge revolve around the Tsavo East National Park. Guests can take a guided safari of all kinds of different areas and can even enjoy what the hotel calls a 'Bubbly Bush Breakfast' - breakfast out in the wild, complete with champagne! There are some more sedate activities available as well though. The Ashnil Aruba Lodge has a large swimming pool for guests to enjoy and specializes in 'Sundowner' evenings in the lounge with local entertainment. Another specialty at the Ashnil Aruba Lodge is weddings. These are made rather spectacular by holding the ceremony outside in the park itself with the bridal party by escorted by troops of local dancers. All in all the Ashnil Aruba Lodge offers a rather unusual vacation experience that people of all ages can enjoy. It is not your average sedentary beach vacation and as an alternative to a 'normal' vacation it is certainly well worth considering. Sentrim Tsavo safari Lodge is ideally placed in one of the most prolific game viewing areas of the-renown Tsavo National Park-The Voi River, the camp is the perfect centre for your game drive. You can make safari an all-day experience as you enjoy the serenity and surprises of the African bush around the Sentrim Tsavo safari camp, watching the light change on the Taita hills, listening to the calls of the animals or marveling at the brightly painted birds. To slake your thirst the camp's well stocked bar offers a full range of drinks that add to your relaxation as you sit around the riverside campfire and recall the day experiences. To wash the dust off after your game drive each tent provides an en suite shower and toilet with all the pleasures of running water, and hot water in pioneer-style shower at request.


    Ashnil Aruba Lodge Conferencing


    With the MICE concept picking ground in the industry, Ashnil hotels has embraced the idea by putting in place conference facilities in all the three units to compliment professionals whose line of duty demands conferencing events. We have put in place a conference facility with a revolutionized modern technology which include LCD projector for clear vision, good sound system, and other facets of building success in conference tourism. The souvenir shop stocks curios, African clothing, jewellery and accessories as well as other basic items like toiletries etc. It is open from 6.00 am – 10.00 pm with permissible lunch break. After a grueling game drive you can take a dip in our swimming pool or simply relax by the pool which overlooks the game park that. This is the perfect place to relax and laze around in the calm afternoons.


    Ashnil Hotels Information


    The Ashnil Aruba Lodge is one of three safari lodges operated by Ashnil Hotels Limited, a locally based group of hotels that was founded over a decade ago to provide quality hotel accommodation for tourists on Kenya safaris while giving back to the local communities around the resorts by participating in conservation and education projects that aim to keep the land intact for both the locals and tourists to continue to enjoy. To that end the hotel itself operates on very green principles. Water is conserved through gray water recycling, a process that uses waste water from sinks and showers to provide the water needed to maintain the landscape around the safari lodges. The lodges also provide employment for the locals, providing a much needed boost to their economies. The Ashnil Aruba Lodge was the first safari lodge within the Ashnil Hotel Collection to be opened. Tsavo East National Park is approximately three hours drive from the Mombasa coast so a short safari stay at this Tsavo safari lodge is a good safari excursion to enhance a Kenya beach holiday. The Ashnil Aruba lodge is featured in two night Tsavo trip excursion and in the one night Aruba Explorer excursion. These two safari excursions and both offered by African safaris and Adventures from any of the beach hotels in Mombasa coast. The Ashnil Aruba Lodge includes all meals and two game drives per full day in the Tsavo East National Park. Once you have experienced a stay at the Ashnil Aruba Lodge and enjoyed the game drives you will have whetted your appetite to return to the African bush and will want to visit one of the other safari lodges featured by us. We offer safaris to Tsavo Ashnil Aruba Lodge on flying safaris with Air Kenya they fly daily from Mombasa or Nairobi. Kenya airways and fly 540 operate a convenient schedule of flights to and from Nairobi Mombasa and Malindi.


    Tsavo East National Park


    Tsavo East National Park is by far the biggest of Kenya’s parks. At more than 13,700km², Tsavo East Tsavo East National Park is nine times bigger than the Masai Mara National Reserve: indeed you could fit the whole of the Mara reserve into the southern tip of Tsavo East National Park, south of the Voi River. Most famous for its huge herds of dust-red elephants, more than 10,000 of them bulldoze their way around this vast park. Tsavo East National Park has another big draw: you can set off on a game drive across the seemingly empty wilderness and return to camp three hours later without having seen a single other safari vehicle. There are very few safari camps and tented lodges here and, relatively speaking, almost none, with the majority of them close to Voi in the west, near the Mombasa highway. You often have the park to yourself, watching the wildlife under a huge sky: no matter what you’re looking at, Tsavo East always feels like a big spectacle. When considering a Tsavo East safari, it's worth knowing that nearly all safaris to Tsavo East take place in the south of the Tsavo East National Park, south of the Galana River. The enormous northern region of Tsavo East was closed to the public for many years and, although it is now open again, distances are vast up here and there is virtually infrastructure. In practice, it's an area for adventurous explorers, not game drives. Incidentally, although Tsavo East and Tsavo West share a name – and a common border, coinciding with the Mombasa highway – they are two distinct national parks with different eco-systems: the wooded and hilly landscapes, dotted with volcanic cones and dramatic, black lava flows of Tsavo West National Park and the much flatter, more open plains and scattered bush that characterize Tsavo East National Park.


    Tsavo East Safari


    The southern part of Tsavo East National Park is a popular destination for short Tsavo East National Park safaris by minibus or 4x4 land cruisers from the Mombassa, Malindi, Watamu, Diani or Lamu Island. Most of these Tsavo trips take clients up to Voi, where they stay in one of the Tsavo East lodges, most of which are located only a few minutes drive from the highway. None of Tsavo East’s airstrips are currently used by scheduled flights. While chartering a flight for your trip (usually from Nairobi or Mombasa) is an option, chartering can be expensive for small parties or couples. We therefore offer high-quality road transfers, in fully equipped 4x4 safari vehicles, for our travelers doing safari in Tsavo East add-ons in. These include full board stays, with all activities, at two of the park’s best safari camps.


    The geography and wildlife of Tsavo East


    Tsavo East is mostly a vast flat plain of sandy soil, split by the shallow trough of the Galana River. Nearly all visits take place south of the Galana, where seasonal streams form tributaries that run into the river, their banks lined by small areas of thicker bush. Another watercourse, the seasonal Voi River, runs east through this part of the park, feeding the shallow Aruba dam and then meandering to the coast. The Galana, which rises in the central highlands and whose upper reaches are known as the Athi, is one of Kenya’s biggest rivers. Its valley – rocky in much of its western course, sandy and doum-palm fringed further east – is one of Tsavo East National Park’s defining physical features.


    Flora and fauna of Tsavo East National Park


    The plant communities of Tsavo East are dominated by short grasses, thorn bushes and two major species of tree. The baobab is the iconic tree of Tsavo West National Park, across the Mombasa highway, but you still find significant numbers of these compelling trees, with their enormous trunks and stumpy branches. They form important habitats for many species of birds and insects: you’ll often seen hornbills using holes in baobabs to nest in. The doum palm is a curious tree, a native of North Africa, with edible dates and kernels, whose southernmost territory is the Galana River. When young, the trees are a mass of bushy fronds, but as they mature and the trunks grow, they bifurcate, sometimes two or three times, to create an arresting visual image of forked palm trees. If wildlife densities are much lower here than in some parks, the numbers and variety can be surprisingly good. On our many safaris to Tsavo East we’ve usually seen the characteristically short-maned Tsavo lions; cheetahs appear often; all the plains grazers and bush browsers are much in evidence; and those elephants never let us down: droves of them – many with big tusks – surge across the river, wallow in the waterholes and file over the red earth roads in front of bulging baobab trees. Poaching has been on the increase in recent years, but it hasn’t reached the epidemic levels of the late 1980s and the park is now much better equipped to deal with it. Despite being in south-east Kenya, Tsavo East is zoologically associated with northern Kenya, meaning you’ll see long-necked gerenuk and Somali ostrich, the male of which has a blue neck and legs, and introduced herds of the handsome, fine-striped, Grevy’s zebra. There is also a breeding population of black rhinos, closely monitored by rangers who track them through the bush; though very few travelers on safaris in Tsavo East are lucky enough to see them.


    The prehistory of the Tsavo region


    What is now Tsavo East National Park was home, in prehistoric times, to scattered communities of hunter-gatherers. Pre-dating the arrival of all the present-day peoples of Kenya, these ancient communities, dating back 50,000 to 100,000 years or more, lived a precarious existence along the banks of the Galana River, where some of their cave shelters have been discovered. They scoured the land for wild fruit, seeds, edible flowers and leaves, nuts and berries, and dug the ground for roots and tubers, while catching any small animals they could grab, from locusts to frogs. With training and practice in adolescence, the men grew up to use the technology of their era – primarily simple bows, spears and clubs of wood and bone – and competed for four-legged meat across Tsavo East with the predators of the region: the lions, leopards, hyenas, crocodiles and related species now extinct, which in turn occasionally hunted them.


    The history of Tsavo East


    Thousands of years later, the ancestors of the Kamba moved off the slopes of Mount Kenya into the northwestern fringes of the Tsavo district – probably some time between 500AD and 1000AD – and gradually displaced, or culturally absorbed, most of the hunter-gatherers. The Kamba had first arrived in what is now Kenya from central Africa, with their iron-working technology, along with all the other peoples speaking Bantu languages, such as the Kikuyu and the Mijikenda, roughly between 1000BC–200BC. While still restricted, like the hunter-gatherers, to areas of Tsavo East with water, which effectively meant the valley of the Galana River, the Kamba began to herd their livestock across the savannah and seek out bees' nests in the baobab trees. They subsequently went on to become great bee-keepers, famous across Kenya for their honey. They also refined the ancient art of poison-tipping their arrows, and for centuries, Kamba hunting arrows were at the forefront of hunting technology.


    The exploration of Tsavo East


    By the time the Maasai arrived in the Tsavo area with their cattle, in the eighteenth century, Swahili traders from the coast had been trekking across the region for centuries, using the Kamba as middlemen to exchange foreign cloth, alcohol, gold and silver coins and gunpowder for animal skins, ivory, rhino horn and slaves from the far interior. It was Swahili and Kamba traders who led the earliest explorers and missionaries on the world’s first 'safaris'. In 1849, they showed the German Bible scholar Johann Krapf the snowy peaks of Kilimanjaro and Kirinyaga (later called Mount Kenya), and in the 1880s they guided the eco-conscious Scottish geologist Joseph Thomson – the world’s first explorer to practice something resembling responsible travel (nobody ever lost their life on a Thomson safari) – on his way through Maasai-land. The early Victorian colonists from Britain saw Tsavo East as a problem area to be fought against: they couldn’t farm there, but they were going to make sure their trains ran on time on the new railway line. Having dealt with two man-eating lions (the 'Man-Eaters of Tsavo') after losing dozens of labourers to the hungry pair during the railway’s construction, they were determined to avoid staff shortages over wildlife. Tsavo East’s dense population of black rhinos was considered to be a particular scourge, making footpaths and roads unsafe for pedestrians. As late as the years after World War II, the British employed the suitably named JA Hunter to cull the rhinos, and he quickly lived up to his name, killing 1088 rhinos over the course of a year in the area that is now Tsavo East National Park.


    Tsavo East becomes a National Park


    In 1948, there was a change of mind. The authorities declared that the area of Tsavo East would henceforth be protected as Tsavo East National Park. A decade after independence, the government of Jomo Kenyatta banned all hunting safaris and tourists began to deliver an income to the region. Elephant and rhino poaching remained a serious problem however, spiking in the late 1970s as Middle East oil wealth began to purchase ivory and rhino horn dagger handles, and again in the late 1980s and early 1990s as Somalia’s economy disintegrated and refuges and weapons flooded the area. A third spike seems to be happening now, as China’s economy booms, though the park authorities, with private assistance, are better equipped to deal with poaching than in the past.


    What to see and do Aruba Dam


    Aruba Dam is an 85-hectare man-made dam built by the Parks authorities in 1952 to staunch the waters of the seasonal Voi River, which flows down from the Taita Hills in the southwest. It usually holds water throughout the year and is frequented by huge numbers of ibis, many grey heron and a kaleidoscope of other water birds. It is also part of the territory of a large pride of lion, which can often be seen in the dam's vicinity.


    Kanderi Swamp The Kanderi Swamp lies near Voi Gate and during the dry months provides one of only two drinking areas in Tsavo East, thus attracting large herds of buffalo, impala and antelopes as well as yellow baboons and lion. Contact specialist Tsavo National Park travel agent to get free plans, discounted rates and local advice for your trip. We connect you with up to 3 Tsavo National Park travel agents who have deep knowledge about Tsavo National Park tourism. They can arrange unique experiences for your trip get you the best deals and provide you with expert local advice. Travel agents in Tsavo National Park also provide you with customized Tsavo National Park tour packages.


    Mudanda Rock Kenya's answer to Ayer's Rock of Australia is called Mudanda Rock, a massive 1.5km whale-backed rock which rears out of the shrub between Manyani Gate and Voi and is famous for its photo-opportunities, offering marvellous light, panoramic vistas and an excellent chance of prime wildlife shots. It is also an excellent vantage point from which to look down on the natural dam below, which can at times attract hundreds of elephant. This area is also known as a favourite leopard haunt, though daytime sightings are rare.


    The Galana River The Tsavo and Athi Rivers join above Lugard's Falls to form the Galana River, which then flows down to the Indian Ocean. A major feature of the park, the serpentine reaches of this river is fringed by riverine forests dominated by Acacia elatior, the Doum Palm Hyphaene compressa and the shrub Suaeda monoica.


    Lugard's Falls Named after Britain's first proconsul in East Africa, Captain (later Lord) Lugard, the falls are better described as rapids than falls progressing from foaming cataracts to narrow cascades that gouge deep into the gneiss bedrock creating fantastic shapes that have been surreally rounded by thousands of years of rushing water. Mighty when in full spate, the falls gush through a small fissure, narrow enough for the foolhardy to leap across, before plunging to the pool below, where massive crocodiles bask motionless in the sun. There is a parking area at the falls and visitors either climb around the bizarrely eroded rocks or walk down the river to view the rapids. 1km east of the falls another short diversion takes you to Crocodile Point where hippos and buffalo wallow and zip-jawed crocodile grin.


    The Yatta Plateau, an ancient valley frozen in time The Yatta plateau is a ridge or tongue of lava about 300km long and a maximum of 10km wide, which forms a seemingly never-ending backdrop to Tsavo East. One of the longest lava flows in the world, the Yatta affords fabulous views across the rolling reaches of the Park, is an ornithological paradise and makes a peerless sundowner or picnic spot. It is made up of a form of lava known as phonolite, which is between 11 and 13.6 million years old. Current thought suggests that the Yatta Plateau was formed when a stream of lava flowed across the land until it found its way into an ancient river valley. The lava then flowed down the valley; taking on the shape of its contours, until eventually it cooled and solidified. Thereafter the surrounding land was gradually lowered by erosion leaving the frozen river of lava standing up as a ridge.


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