Just an hours's drive from the city, the Silole Sanctuary is private land adjoining the Nairobi National Park, a rich landscape of rolling plains situated between the deep gorges of the Embakasi & Kiserian rivers. The Sanctuary is an ideal location to get away from the city without travelling distances & sacrificing time & expense.Learn More
Located right in the middle of the National Park, Silole is sourrounded by wildlife, wild fauna, awesome sunsets, gorgeous birdlife and so musc more. Tale a look at some of our captured moments
Perhaps the ultimate Nairobi get-away, Silole Cottage is an idyllic 2 bedroom cottage with wonderful views over the rolling plains of the Nairobi National Park.Learn More
Right next to the vibrant city of Nairobi you would not expect to find a 120km chunk of virgin Africa complete with free-ranging pachyderms and predators,
Will Knocker's experience and dedication to wildlife, makes him the perfect guide to find the Park's iconic wildlife . such as Browse (usually called Black) rhinos or the elusive lions, a day out with Will will ensure you get the best of what the Park has to offer.
Perhaps the ultimate Nairobi get-away, Silole Cottage is an idyllic 2 bedroom thatched cottage with wonderful views over the rolling plains of the Nairobi National Park.
Kenya's landscapes are teeming with animals of all spots and stripes, from speedy cheetahs to majestic herds of zebras.
The Silolo private conservancy is little known but worth a visit for locals and tourists alike, wanting to get away and back to the basics. The cottages, catered or for selfcatering, are not fancy but offer all a visitor needs and the silhouette of the distant Nairobi skyline on the horizon makes one wonder.
Love this place. The cottage at the sanctuary is for rent and has been newly renovated. It's a slingshot throw from Nairobi and not at all expensive. Bring your own food or eat at the hotel down the road. The verandah looks out upon Nairobi National Park and some of the wildlife may wander onto the property.
My son and I spent a few days at Silole and with it's owner, Willie. Early morning coffees and evening sundowners on the cottage veranda with the wildlife strolling past just meters away. Just about as perfect a way to see nature up close and personal as you could want.