Mbweha Camp Nakuru

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Mbweha Camp Nakuru, is tucked away in the spectacular vastness of The Great Rift Valley on a private 6400 acre Congreve Conservancy.

Mbweha Camp is nestled up against the southern border of Lake Nakuru National Park with beautiful views of the Eburu and Mau Ranges. “Mbweha” in Kiswahili means jackal.

In this area you can find all the three species of jackal found in East Africa, the side –striped jackal, the silver backed jackal and the golden jackal.

The Conservancy is also home to the majority of plains game such as- eland, warthogs, zebras, leopard, grants, gazelle, waterbuck, impala, hyena, dik dik, buffalo, giraffe, aardvark, baboon and flamingoes.


Mbweha Camp is 180 km from Nairobi


Mbweha Camp has 10 private cottages

En suite shower,

Private veranda

General facilities:



Game drive

Bird watching

Bike riding

Nature walks

Mbweha Camp Nakuru Kenya Rift Valley

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