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Nuts and Bolts

ü Each tent is en-suite with hot running water 

ü Tent 1 is closest to the mess tent, and has a kids’ annex which is perfect for families

ü All of the tents can be configured into a double or twin bed arrangement

ü Tent 6 is furthest from the mess tent and great for couples wanting more privacy.

ü The camp is powered by solar, with charging points in the mess tent and reception.

ü The camp is surrounded by a wall and electric fence to keep big game out, allowing children to roam freely.

ü Various activities in camp keep everyone occupied during down-time, such as volleyball, bird watching, local archery, spear throwing, trampoline, and swimming. 

ü The small swimming pool overlooks a watering hole; an idyllic spot for lunch, sundowners, or to relax between game drives. The pool is fresh water and does not use chemicals.


ü  Day and night game drives

ü  Kayaking on the reservoir

ü  Guided walking safaris

ü  Bush Breakfast/Picnic Lunch

ü  Fishing (tilapia and catfish)

ü  Meeting Tala, the resident giraffe

ü  Training exercises with anti-poaching blood hounds

ü  Visits to the Mugie School

ü  Participation in the Laikipia Predator Project

ü  Camel rides 

ü  Learn about livestock and rangeland management

ü  Community and cultural activities 


walk on the wild side

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