The tented camp in Maasai Mara was named alongside nine other luxury resorts ideal for the millionaire traveller. It was the only Kenyan lodge in the list.
The findings were released on Tuesday by MillionaireMatch, a millionaire dating site with over 3.5 million singles.
The wealthy travellers said Sanctuary Olonana gives tourists time for a little adventure, unmatchable views of the savannah and all of the animals that live there or they can take a private hot air balloon ride and see them from above.
“A millionaire traveller wants something a little different. Summer is the perfect time for a romantic getaway or to find a summer romance, but the millionaire traveller needs to be sure that luxury is guaranteed every step of the way,'' they said.
Maldives’ Naladhu Private Island was singled out due to its private gardens, beaches and butlers right next to a sea front.
Costa Rica’s Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort was also as a source of happiness among its visitors mixing its indigenous culture breathtaking mountains and beach views.
Antingua’s Jumby Bay Island that is only accessible by boat is perfect for family outings due to its children’s club, pools while Matetsi River Lodge in Zimbabwe made to the top 10 list due to its 123,500 acre exclusive facility.
Others were St Lucia’s Boucan by Hotel Chocolat, Italy’s Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Cambodia’s Song SAA Private Island, Thailand’s Banyan Tree Sanctuary and The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch that sits on a 30,000 acre parcel of land in the US.
MillionaireMatch site has been running for the last 17 years, helping corporate executives, business owners, celebrities, athletes and other elites find love.
Located on a private stretch along the Mara River on the foot of the Syria Escarpment, Sanctuary Olonana which was refurbished and officially relaunched last June boasts of 130 square metre 14 suites donning floor to ceiling clear glass doors.
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Started in 1999, Sanctuary Retreats offers guests 1 to 3 nights that retails at 35,000 a night for couple, with the 4 to 6 nights package selling for 26,300 per night while those staying beyond 7 days pay Sh24,500 a night.
Visitors witness the wildebeest migration first hand as well as enjoy serene living surrounded by wildlife within the pristine protected environment on the edge of the Mara River.