Bantu Mountain Rock Lodge

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on 14/02/2017

Bantu Mountain Lodge, a delightful country style holiday resort tucked away in the woods on the lower slopes of Mt. Kenya, 7kms North of Naro moru, 15kms south of Nanyuki and less than 1km from the main road.

Welcome to Bantu Mountain Lodge... Previously known as Mountain Rock Lodge

Unique holiday destination...

The lodge is surrounded by luxuriant gardens with a spacious lawn, and our own lake. The tranquil atmosphere and our all-round professional service, promise you a truly memorable stay. Apart from being the natural base for budget adventure lovers heading to climb Mount Kenya, Mountain Rock Lodge is also attractive as a stop over for those tourists visiting the northern Kenya circuit.

The lodge has 28 rooms falling into either superior or standard room categories. There are 12 Superior double rooms convertible to triples comfortable. The difference between the standard and Superior rooms is that the Superior rooms have inbuilt fire places useful if you want to lounge in your room during the cold or rainy season.

Our 16 Standard Rooms have 2 singles and 7 doubles. The remaining Seven Doubles are convertible to either triples or quads. This is good shared accommodation for school/college groups or budget travellers.

Apart from being a reception for trekkers and climbers headed to Mount Kenya, at Bantu Mountain Lodge you also find a wide variety of exciting, educating and entertaining activities including horseriding, boating, fishing and many more.

We offer a variety of entertainment for our guests ranging from traditional dances, animal dance drama, pool table and disco music.

Lodge Based activities and Excursions

Being just halfway along the northern tourist circuit of Samburu, Buffalo Springs and Meru National Parks, makes us an ideal midway stop for those travelling from Nairobi to the game parks. Our central location allows guests to make day excursions to a number of major attractions.Mount Kenya and Aberdares National Parks, Sweetwaters and El Karama game reserves, Ken Trout Fisheries, Mkogodo Maasai village are all less than 2 hours drive away.

Also to Schools and local community project and to the Mau Mau caves where we revisit the war with colonialists in the battle for Uhuru.

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