Probably the most stunning place we have ever been to. I had just proposed to my girlfriend and thought it would be special (as I had heard from others), but it blew us away. What an experience.
Sophie and the team were amazing, and we...เพิ่มเติม
Just wanted to write a quick thank you to all of you guys at El Karama Eco Lodge. We spent the most wonderful time with all of you. Really enjoyed the whole feeling and the way you guys go about running the lodge. With delicious...เพิ่มเติม
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to live in the Kenyan wilderness then El Karama is for you. This delightful, relaxing home in the bush lets you sample the pleasures of the wilderness with all the simple pleasures of an actual...เพิ่มเติม
Recently stayed for two nights with out-of-town visitors and had an amazing stay. The staff were extremely well-trained (very professional) and attended to all of our needs. The rooms were comfortable and functional - fantastic amenities, like homemade soaps, shampoo, kikoy bathrooms, plush towels, soft...เพิ่มเติม
My son and I stayed for three nights at El Karama before a family wedding near Nanyuki. We have been on various safaris over the years but I am struggling to remember one as delightful as this. The ranch is beautiful and as soon as...เพิ่มเติม
We're visiting mid-March - will the river be flowing or dry?
9 กุมภาพันธ์ 2015|
คำตอบจาก SophieGrant16 | ตัวแทนสถานที่ให้บริการ |
Apologies for the lateness of this response! But for any other travellers out there let me share some information on weather patterns here. Our seasons at El Karama have varied in the past 10 years due to climate change we... เพิ่มเติม
Apologies for the lateness of this response! But for any other travellers out there let me share some information on weather patterns here. Our seasons at El Karama have varied in the past 10 years due to climate change we think. We are at an altitude of approximately 1900 m-2000m here and sit on the Equator. We have a low to no malaria risk and have most hot, sunny days.
Generally the seasons look a little like this:
January/February/March - hot, dry and sunny in the day, cool in the early mornings and night - need to pack jumpers - fantastic stars and clear night skies in the dry season
April/May - long rains - usually rainy in the afternoons for up to 2 hours. Aside from a bit of rain, it's a beautiful time to visit, very green, full of game and herd animals taking full advantage of fresh green grass
June/July/August - hot and sunny in the day, cool in the morning and evening. July and August can be windy - this is the Kenyan equivalent to Winter
September/October - hot and sunny, cool mornings and evenings - no rain usually
November - short rains - again mostly in the second part of the day
December - early December can be green and then from the middle of the month it usually dries up.
The Ewaso Nyiro fluctuates according to the rain and although it's source is found in the Aberdares, the river can rise as a result of more localised rain between El Karama and the Aberdares. The dry seasons the river will be much lower than the wet season. I hope that helps!