Concierge.com's insider take:
Ol Donyo Wuas lies in the foothills of the Chyulu Range, halfway between Tsavo and Amboseli National Parks, on 300,000 acres of communally owned Masai land. Masai herdsmen still live here along with plentiful wildlife, including oryx, gazelles, zebras, giraffes, cheetahs, lions, and wildebeests. The lodge itself is owned by Richard Bonham and hosted by Patrick Stanton and Nicola Young, who operate five one-bedroom and two two-bedroom thatched cottages, all with views of Mount Kilimanjaro. Activities include walking safaris, game drives, horseback safaris, and picnics. Mobile tented camping can also be arranged. Prices include full board, game drives, and riding. You can also visit a local Masai village.