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Loisaba Star Beds, The Beauty Of Sleeping Under African Sky

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Have you ever heard of Loisaba Star Beds, The Beauty Of Sleeping Under African Sky , Loisaba Conservancy

Star beds or even though of having a quiet and calm night while gazing at the stars?

If you haven’t worry not; If you have, welcome to Loisaba Conservancy in Laikipia where you get a golden opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the night and shining stars.

Loisaba is a 57,000-acre wildlife Conservancy that boasts of natural beauty topped by the abundance of game strolling the vast conservancy.

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While there are a lot of things to boast about Loisaba, the key takeaway is the Loisaba Star beds which it describes as “an African adventure” worth every smile and glory. Just off the equator, it straddles to the north of Laikipia up to the foothills of Mt Kenya.

It is here among rocks in the Eastern Valleys which overlook the Kiboko dam that the luxurious Loisaba Star beds lie in anxious but joyful wait. Loisaba Starbeds are huge by description, hardy and have a menacing four posters fitted with wheels to make mobility easier for guest who take a first time sleeping out in the open sky.

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A mosquito net which is draped down the four posters to shield you from mosquito bites becomes unnoticeable once you night sets in. All you can see are the stars and the sky.

Usually, the Star beds assume a communal setup which makes it very entertaining for guests spending an open night in the African sky. The Star bed communal area has a dining area which is wooden and decked in the conservancy where you enjoy breakfast as the sun shines down your skin.

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Here, the cultural morans from Masaai community drawn from Laikipia and Samburu welcome you with open arms and take you out on guided tours.

At the nearby Kiboko dam which is awash with hippos, you can view wildlife quenching their thirst as you enjoy the fresh air flowing from Mt Kenya.

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Pharis Kinyua is the editor of See Africa Today. With over seven years of experience in digital media, he has a soft spot for African tours and travel. His drive is to tell the rest of the world what Africa offers, the best accommodation facilities, national parks, culture, shopping malls and best airline deals to travel to Africa

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