Kigio Wildlife Camp is approximately 45 minute drive from Lake Nakuru National Park. The camp is set in the Great Rift Valley between Lake Naivasha and Lake Nakuru. Kigio Wildlife Camp is a superb all suite camp surrounded by a beautiful yellow fever tree woodland overlooking the Malewa River. The camp is constructed from sustainable pine wood, local earth from the conservancy and traditional thatch provided by the surrounding community and canvas panels. There is minimal usage of cement and steel and the environment has been carefully preserved during its construction. Power is provided by solar panels.
Kigio wildlife camp is an oasis of charm and beauty and provides a welcome break from the long transfers and constant game drives. You will discover nature and community in a more intimate, gentle and engaging way.
Accommodation comprise of eleven spacious suites (each 72 sq mt) and one 2 bedroom family suite, each built on deck and containing a large bedroom and sitting area, a private bathroom with flush loo, shower and balcony.
The dining area is situated in a glade overlooking a towering red cliff that houses colonies of bee eaters. A most attractive bar sits between two tall fever trees facing the cliff while dining decks are extended up to the river.
The main dining and sitting areas are in a thatched building with views of the river and a towering cliff housing bee eater nests. There are 2 separate fireplaces and sitting areas, a bar and outdoor sitting areas extending towards the river.
Scheduled game walks with naturalist,
Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha excursions,
Scheduled day or night game drive in open 4x4 vehicle.
Escorted nature walks.