Entim SidaiRura Drive off Tree Lane, Nairobi
Experience tranquility surrounded by the sounds of joyful chirping birds, the whispers of the wind blowing through the indigenous forest.
The calming sound of rustling leaves, the joyful chirping of birds, the air infused with an earthy forest aroma all come together to offer the ideal spa escape at Entim Sidai, a wellness spa nestled in the backdrop of a forest at the base of the Ngong Hills.
About Entim Sedai
Entim Sidai (Maasai name for Beautiful Forest) Sanctuary in Karen, sits on 20 acres of indigenous forest land with an iconic view of the Ngong hills. It maintains its Karen pioneer settler farm house built in 1924, park like ambiance with huge mature trees and prolific bird life.The sanctuary offers unique exclusive wellness spa, featuring hydro therapy and a sui generis nail studio in the forest.The treatments are an eclectic mix of the art from four continents and spiced by a well-trained Kenyan crew of therapists and beauticians.
The sanctuary offers unique exclusive wellness spa, featuring hydro therapy and a sui generis nail studio in the forest. The treatments are an eclectic mix of the art from four continents and spiced by a well-trained Kenyan crew of therapists and beauticians.Entim Sidai offers a “foot pebble nature pod”, an outdoor nail studio, hydrotherapies and a wide range of treatments that indulge your mind, body and soul.
Our facial therapists are trained and qualified to perform the best facial treatments for all skin types, using award winning Kalahari skin care line, and offer custom homecare advice specific to your skin needs.
Entim Sidai Sanctuary and Wellness Spa occupies part of the original Rura Farm that belonged to Dr. Albert Patterson, A Scottish Missionary Doctor who migrated to Kenya in 1916. He built the original home which stands today as part of the sanctuary and wellness spa back in 1924.
Rura in Maasai means to sleep. Before being settled on by the Pattersons, this forest served as a sanctuary for the Maasai herdsmen who would come to sleep as their cows grazed in the fields where the Karen Dukas stands today. In homage to the maasai customs and way of life, our therapies and treatments are named after words and phrases in the maasai language.