Sekanani Camp

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Located in the forest on the Sekanani River Sekanani Camp provided a lovely respite after long days on the plains. The staff was exceptionally friendly and the food was delicious.

They treated us to a meal of "yama choma" roast goat when we saw a group from Narok enjoying it.

The tents are beautiful and well equipped.

Animals roam through the camp--we had four lions in camp one morning we were there.

Security guards stand near your tent all night to ensure you not only are safe but feel safe.

Interestingly, this was the only tented camp where we locked our tents not because of security but because the resident monkeys have figured out how to work the zippers and will invade your tent if you don't lock it. :)

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The camp is beautiful and the location is fabulous.

All the tents are on raised platforms and set into the bush so you feel as though you are really in the heart of the game.

A guard walked us back to our tent every evening after dinner.

The camp was spotlessly clean and our room was tent was cleaned everyday.

It had all the facilities that we could have wished for including an en-suite bathroom.

The food and drink in the camp were superb and vegetarians were well catered for.

The atmosphere was very friendly and the staff were great.

There is a camp fire that you can have drinks around before having dinner.

Everyday we were taken on game drives and we even went on a walking safari.

Our guides were all very knowledgable and knew exactly were to take us to see some amazing things. The safari jeeps are all very new and well maintained.

I had an excellent experience at Sekenani camp and would definitely recommend it to everyone else!

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