Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Karibuni Eco-Cottages…Experience The Rural Side With A Luxury Touch!

Karibuni Eco-Cottages is a Community Based Tourism Initiative run by the Karibuni Women's Development Initiative. It is a 'hotel' and restaurant, which provides accommodation for individuals and groups, and has welcomed many visitors including national and international.

Established in 2009 by Team Kenya, a UK charity based in Newcastle, the community initiative works in partnership with rural communities in Kenya to promote and support sustainable development.

This project also act as a community resource for sustainable development addressing problems such as climate change and lack of food security, and provides a venue for community groups to meet, hold workshops and carry out other activities and training.


Karibuni Eco-Cottages is situated in Ndhiwa, a rural community in the gorgeous Nyanza region of Western Kenya. This community invites you to stay in the traditional, sustainable homes with a well trained and dedicated individuals who will look after you.

Valentines 2015 Package

Want something to do this Valentine’s Day? Karibuni has a special deal for you during the ‘love season’. This includes star gazing, all kinds of food, a trip to Rusinga Island and a boat ride with added extras such as beauty and massages and beading workshops.

A bit of rural luxury and relaxation with cocktails in pineapples! 

Revenue generated are channelled towards empowerment of this community projects including sponsored students’ projects.

The community project is offering a 2 night package for couples/families to relax and spend time together in a tranquil environment.

Visit Karibuni and experience the rural side with a few luxuries!

2 night package Offer

Day 1 - Arrive and have meal. Star gazing with a chart and relaxing before bed.

Day 2 - Trip to Rusinga (transport included) to visit Wayando Eco-Lodge, have a boat ride and lunch. 

Back to Karibuni for relaxing and dinner with treatments from drinks of fresh juice and wine served in fruit cups sold with money being donated to sponsored students fund (300 non alcoholic and 500 alcoholic each with 2 extra refills).

Day 3 - Breakfast and optional beading workshop (800 per person includes table mats). Look for gifts at the shop and have a chance to buy local products such as solar lamps or donate to a student.

Price: Resident Kshs. 5,500 ksh non resident Kshs. 7,000 (includes 2 nights accommodation, all food, trip to Rusinga with lunch and boat ride-does not include workshops, beauty treatments, pineapple cocktails)

Itinerary can be changed to suit a group or individuals needs/taste, please contact through the email below for more details.

Email: booking@karibunicottages.com

Come and relax with a speciality drink and help your local community!

KECOBAT welcomes you to a sustainable community tourism initiative promoting environmental conservation and supporting local community projects in Ndhiwa...

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