MBWEHA SAFARI CAMP

Mbweha safari camp is located on the bordering of the Lake Nakuru National Park Kenya. The camp has 10 charming cottages feature insect-proof beds and private verandah. Specious open side dining and lounge area offers amazing view of the area.

These charming with insect-proof beds, are equipped with all modern enmities and features. The en-suite bathroom are fitted with double wash basins, hot and cold running water, flushing toilets and rain shower, queen beds, king beds,En-suite,outdoor shower and river views.

It’s about 160kms and 3hours drive from the capital city of Kenya Nairobi, Mbweha Safari camp is 9.8kms from the center of Lake Nakuru National Park and is closets to Wilson airport in distance of 121kms.

It is a renowned destination nestled in the heart of the Congreve Conservancy in Kenya. Surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, this exclusive camp offers an unforgettable wildlife experience in a luxurious setting. With its eco-friendly design and commitment to conservation, it provides a unique blend of comfort and sustainability.

The camp features spacious and tastefully decorated tents, each equipped with modern amenities and private verandas that offer panoramic views of the stunning surroundings. Guests can indulge in a variety of activities, including game drives, guided nature walks, and bird watching excursions, all led by knowledgeable guides who share their expertise and passion for the local flora and fauna.

Mbweha Safari Camp also takes pride in its culinary offerings, serving delectable dishes prepared with locally sourced ingredients. From traditional Kenyan cuisine to international favorites, the camp’s chefs ensure that every meal is a delightful experience.

The camp’s commitment to conservation is evident through its efforts to minimize its ecological footprint, promote sustainable tourism practices, and support local communities. With its exceptional service, breathtaking location, and dedication to the environment,it provides an authentic and unforgettable safari experience in Kenya.

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