Mbweha Camp

Set on a private conservancy bordering Kenya’s Lake Nakuru National Park, Mbweha Camp comprises of 10 comfortable stone cottages with thatched roofs.

Mbweha Camp is set on a 6,400 acre private conservancy bordering renowned Lake Nakuru National Park. This intimate camp is set in a grove of native trees including euphorbia candelabra and yellow barked acacia that help create a lovely relaxed atmosphere.

Comprised of just 10 comfortably furnished stone cottages, with polished floors, thatched roofs and ensuite bathrooms. The double or twin beds are surrounded by towering mosquito nets while there is also a small sofa. The camp boasts a large dining and lounge area fitted with a welcoming fire pit with circular seating for guests to enjoy an after dinner drink from the bar. The lounge also has wonderful views over the Eburru and Mau mountain ranges and all-important 240V charging facilities.

As Mbeweha Camp lies outside of a national park, activities such as nature walks, mountain biking and night game drives are possible. Congreve Conservancy, where the camp is situated, encompasses much of Lake Elmenteita, a blue-green soda lake rich in birdlife including both the lesser and greater flamingo, pelican and heron. Soysambu Conservancy is a World Heritage Site and an important birding area, as well as a sanctuary for the endangered colosius monkey. Guests can also enjoy day trips into Lake Nakuru National Park.

Guests can also visit Kariandusi prehistoric site near the shores of Lake Elmenteita, an early Stone Age site dating back more than 1 million years, where tools used by early man were discovered by celebrated paleoanthropologist Louis Leakey. Game drives with expert guides take place in 4WD safari vehicles, with a maximum of 6 guests per vehicle, while guided bush wals and hikes are also possible.

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Set on a private conservancy bordering Kenya’s Lake Nakuru National Park, Mbweha Camp comprises of 10 comfortable stone cottages with thatched roofs.

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What are the best things to do in Kenya?
Kenya has so many exciting and wonderful experiences to enjoy that the options are endless. Top experiences include:

  • Witnessing the great wildebeest migration (September to October) in the Masai Mara.
  • Exploring Samburu Game Reserve with its big game as well as rare endemic species.
  • Breakfast with the Rothschild’s giraffes at Giraffe Manor.
  • Thousands of flamingos and pelicans on the Rift Valley lakes .
  • Getting close to rhino in Laikipia.
  • Meeting the Samburu or Maasai and learning about their culture.

What is the climate like in Kenya?
The highland areas have a temperate climate (22°- 25°C) due to the high altitude, however  it is hotter in low-lying areas like the Rift Valley (30°- 35°C). The coast is hot and humid most of the year. Kenya has two rainy seasons, the ‘short rains’ that take place over 5-6 weeks in November and December and the ‘long rains’ that occur during March to May.

How do I get to Kenya?
Kenya’s major capital Nairobi is the main entry point into the country. Major airlines that fly into Nairobi include British Airways, Etihad Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa and Air France. From Nairobi, Kenya Airways offers flights to other popular African destinations including South Africa, Uganda, Rwanda and Zimbabwe.

What can I combine Kenya with?
Kenya is often combined with neighbouring Tanzania, and with Uganda or Rwanda for a trek to see the gorillas. A few days on the beautiful beaches of the Tanzanian island of Zanzibar is a very popular way to end a Kenyan safari.

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