Governors Camps- Non Residents

Family Offer – 1st Child Free of Charge

Come on safari as a family of 4 or more and the 1st child stays free at Mugie House Laikipia, Governors Camp Masai Mara, Little Governors Camp Masai Mara, Governors II Moran Camp Masai Mara, Loldia House Lake Naivasha, Mfangano Island Camp Lake Victoria, Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge Volcanoes National Park.

Valid up to 15 Dec 2019

Mugie House set on a private conservancy, offers a myriad of activities by which to explore and enjoy its vast open landscapes and abundant wildlife.

Perched on a hill are nine individual stone cottages, each with sweeping views of the Laikipia landscape.

Governors’ Camp nestles in the forest along the winding banks of the Mara River, its waters teeming with bird-life, hippo and crocodile, in the heart of Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve.

Little Governors’ Camp is a luxury safari camp located on the edge of the Masai Mara National Reserve. The camp is intimate in character, with just 17 luxury en-suite tents tucked around a large watering hole that teems with both birds and wildlife.

Governors II Moran Camp for those who want that extra bit of luxury. It is small and intimate, with added touches that make this the top of the range safari.

Loldia House is set on an old farm on the shores of Lake Naivasha. Here guests can experience the heritage of Kenya’s early settlers – with its gentle pace of life, one can drive, walk or horse ride among the herds of plains game which live alongside farm animals on the ranch.

Mfangano Island Camp is the ultimate hideaway island lodge where you can relax and enjoy the views and activities of Lake Victoria. The camp is the perfect option for a well deserved mini-break, away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge is located close to the headquarters of the Volcanoes National Park from where clients trek on foot to see the magnificent Mountain Gorilla. It is situated in the foothills of the mighty Virungas, the chain of 15,000 ft volcanoes stretching through Rwanda, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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