Nairobi Wildebeest Camp

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Wildebeest camp in Nairobi City Kenya was the perfect Start/End to our trip travelling around Kenya. The camp is set in the most beautiful surroundings (you wouldn't believe you were in Nairobi city).

The camp was protected by a guard at the entrance and you felt very safe once inside.

The camp had such a relaxed atmosphere and the staff was very helpful. We stayed in a luxury tent, which was clean and immaculate - just what we needed to start off our travels.

I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting to stay a few nights in Nairobi.

We enjoyed the atmosphere of the dining room where we met with individuals from all over the world.

Everybody was willing to share their experiences o f Kenya. We loved the food at the hostel.

It was inexpensive and delicious. And you have to have the bier!

The staff at reception are very friendly.

You can pay your bills with credit cards (visa, MC, Amex).

We loved the luxury tent. I remember the sound of the near by mosque in the middle of the night and sounds of birds and animals.

If you travel to Kenya you have to have an experience of a hostel.

Our second night we stayed at Stanley hotel, and let me tell you, me missed the Wildebeest Camp.

Spend the night at Wildebeest and you are going to have an unforgettable memory.

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