Open Year Round
Bordering Lake Nakuru National Park, Mbweha Camp lies in the 6400 acre privately owned and remote Congreve Conservancy of the Great Rift Valley. The camp is small and ideally located to visit the nearby Soysambu Conservancy for the Flamingoes and bit cat sightings.
The camp as well as the land is steeped in Colonial history making a visit to this unique location a fascinating insight into the people and cultures. Unlike most camps the main guest area is sunken under a round thatched roof where you will find a comfortable lounge and dining area.
A swimming pool lies amongst the lawns for cooling off in the warmer months. Activities at the camp include bush walks, mountain biking and game drives in Lake Nakuru National Park. During our stay we found the guiding to be exceptionally good. Black and White Rhino, Lion, Leopard and Buffalo were some of the wildlife we saw. Night drives can also be done and these were very rewarding for the nocturnal wildlife our guide was able to find.
Children of all ages are welcome at the camp.
Lava Stone Cottages
Mbweha Camp has 10 cottages built with the local volcanic rock. Polished stone floors strewn with Samburu mats give each cottage a warm atmosphere. There is a small stone veranda at the front of each and the interior has a double and single bed as well as a comfy sofa.
A stone wall separates the bedroom from the en-suite bathroom that also has an outdoor bath that is screened for privacy. Toiletries are provided.
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Mbweha Camp can be combined with Loldia House, Elephant Bedroom Camp or Serian The Original.
Read more about Lake Nakuru National Park.