Kigio Wildlife Camp has been set up in the exclusive Kigio Conservancy, a beautiful mix of Acacias and leleshwa shrub-land is home to White Rhino and the endangered Rothschild Giraffe, among numerous other animals.
The expansive private conservancy area offers the opportunity to walk safely amongst wildlife.
There has been minimal usage of cement and steel in the construction of the camp.
Power is provided by solar panels and the environment has been carefully preserved during the construction of the camp.
Accommodation is in eleven spacious suites, each 72 sq-metre large built on a deck and containing a large bedroom, a separate sitting room which opens up at the front and a private bathroom with flush toilet and shower.
The dining and sitting areas are in an open glade overlooking a cliff that houses a colony of bee-eaters.
A bar sits between two towering indigenous fig trees facing the cliff. Wholesome meals are cooked using gas and eco-bricks and ingredients are sourced daily from local community and farmers.
Activities that are possible include nature walks with rangers, day and night game drives, fishing, biking and bush meals.
Kigio Camp is approximately a 45-minute drive from the Nakuru National Park, Kigio Wildlife Camp, a short drive from Nairobi and set in the Great Rift Valley, between lakes Naivasha and Nakuru.
Kigio Camp has 6 guest tents
Spacious Safari tents, all with private verandahs, a double and single bed, solar electric lights, en suite bathrooms with flush toilet and showers.