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We did not know what to expect at Mbweha Camp, but we were preparing for adventure in the sense of going back to basics. Our first stop outside of Nairobi was the Mbewha. What a marvelous place.

It is very luxurious and the cabins/huts are very comfortable and well furnished. It's lighting works on solar power and it has a fully functioning toilet and show.

The highlight was a secluded bathtub outside behind the hut. The bed, very large, was very comfortable. We slept extremely well.

The lobby was very cozy and we spent the nights there next to the fire place enjoying a nice glass of wine.

The staff was extremely friendly and helpful.

The food was surprisingly good. The chef came out every time asking us what we thought. A very nice touch.

Before leaving Kenya we met the owner and he explained to us how they renovated the Mbweha camp and we commended the interior decorating.

It happened to be done by his daughter. Well, she has talent.

The owner was very nice and very engaged in his business, and the country.

This reflects in the quality of the Mbewha camp and its staff. A definite recommendation if you want to do Kenya safari in style and comfort

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