Location: Mbweha Camp is tucked away in the spectacular Great Rift Valley on the private 6400 acre Congreve Conservancy bordering Lake Nakuru National Park. The camp is nestled up against the southern border of the Park with beautiful views over the Eburru and Mau ranges. Congreve Conservancy is part of the greater Conservancy area called Soysambu which has a large part of Lake Elementaita within its borders.
How to get here: Mbweha Camp is a few hours from Nairobi, yet feels right away from it all with its relaxed atmosphere. Mbweha Camp is ideally located for guests wanting to experience Lake Nakuru National Park and the Soysambu Conservancy.
Structure: 10 rustic lava-stone cottages with thatched roofs are surrounded by euphorbia candelabra, yellow barked acacia and other indigenous trees. The cottages with insect-proof beds and equipped with all amenities and an own terrace. The en-suite bath-rooms are fitted with double wash basins with few having outside showers, hot and cold running water, a flushing toilet, rain shower. The camp has a swimming pool. A mixture of solar and generator power provides soft, comfortable lighting.
Why staying here: Lake Nakuru National Park is a Rhino Sanctuary that has also been traditionally famous for its large flamingo population.
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This is a road circuit focused on the pretty lakes of the Kenyan Rift Valley. This region is part of the Giant Rift Valley, which stretches across Africa, from Jordan to Mozambique, cutting through Kenya from north to south. It is here, where Africa is splitting apart. The volcanic activity has been shaping spectacular escarpments, volcanic cones and lakes. The salty waters are a paradise for birdlife. Discover the numerous lakes teaming with wildlife.View full itinerary