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Vipingo Ridge, with its perfect hilltop position overlooking the Indian Ocean to the east and the Chonyi Hills to the west, is one of the new wonders of golf in East and Central Africa.
This huge estate, enclosed within a 27 km stone wall, is Kenya's premier golf location. The estate is modelled on similar golf properties in Florida. Those who have had an opportunity to visit Vipingo Ridge will agree that this is the continents most prestigious golf resort outside South Africa.

The 2,500 acre estate also contains luxurious holiday homes aimed at high-end customers from both Kenya and elsewhere. Pl. range in price from US$130,000 to US$265,000 and are linked by an elaborate network of paved roads that also give access to the ultra-modern clubhouse, situated at the highest point of the estate.

Luxury villas

The clubhouse is in the middle of what will be a 36-hole golf course. At the moment, the 18-hole Baobab Golf Course has been completed, while a second 18-hole course, the Palms Golf Course, is to be constructed.
Some homes overlooking the golf course have been purchased and others are under construction. Building work has begun on 42 exclusive villas. These fully furnished villas will range in size from two bedrooms to four and will feature a rooftop swimming pool.

Fine cuisine

Owners of these exclusive villas will also have the option of renting them out to holiday makers at the coast or golfers who wish to play the two local courses.
A five-star A la carte restaurant will be built close to the villas so that holiday-makers and villa owners can enjoy fine cuisine within walking distance of their residences.

While Vipingo Ridge is heavily themed on golf, the estate developers are aware that some property owners and holiday makers will be looking to other outdoor activities apart from golf. To meet this demand, they are developing a new country club on the estate which will feature tennis and squash courts, a cricket pitch, a bowling alley and an Olympic-sized swim-ming pool.

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