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"At first glance, Kichwa Tembo (from $330 per person per night) feels more like a hotel you might find in Palm Springs than a safari lodge, with its sexy lounge area, open-air restaurant, and luxurious swimming pool—save for the warthogs that roam the property and expansive views of the Mara plains. The tents themselves, which blend modern utility with just enough colonial luxe, are ideal for families. The secret USP: its proximity to the Mara Triangle—one of the more people-empty…

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