Mbweha Camp Lake Nakuru
Mbweha Camp Lake Nakuru is a luxury safari camp tucked away in the spectacular Great Rift Valley on the private 6400 acres of Congreve Conservancy bordering Lake Nakuru National Park.
Mbweha Camp is nestled up against the southern border of Lake Nakuru National Park with beautiful views over the Eburru and Mau ranges. Congreve Conservancy is part of the greater conservancy area called Soysambu which has a large part of Elementaita within its borders.
The camp affords beautiful views over the Eburru and Mau ranges. Mbweha Camp is easily accessible from Nairobi by road in about 3 hours along the Nairobi – Nakuru highway while Lake Nakuru is a 25-minutes drive away. The camp has access to a nearby airstrip for charter flights.
Mbweha is the Kiswahili word for the jackal. It is here that you can find all three species of jackal found in East Africa, the Side-striped jackal, the Silver backed jackal, and the golden jackal. Congreve Conservancy has over 300 species of birds and is 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 flamingo.
Mbweha Camp Lake Nakuru has 10 cottages built of lava stone and thatched Makuti roof add glamour and style to its contemporary African ambiance. The camp features spacious rooms that are fitted with beds draped in mosquito netting, plush sofas, handmade mats, and en suite bathrooms.
Every cottage is surrounded by indigenous trees that provide a relaxed atmosphere as you listen to the African night sounds of a lion roar or the laughter of the hyena in the distance. The camp offers free Wi-Fi and has a spa, gym, sauna, swimming pool, restaurant, and bar on site.
Being in the heart of Soysambu Conservancy Implies Clients are enriched in history as Soysambu is a World Heritage Site and Ramsar Site. Add on the fact that it is an important bird area, home to a great variety of flora and fauna with a set of 12,000 wildlife including 10% of the global population of the endangered colossus monkey.
Both the lesser and greater flamingo frequent the nearby L. Elementaita which is also a breeding ground for the great white pelican. Tourists can get wildlife all a mere 16km away from the camp.
Mbweha Camp Lake Nakuru activities available include guided bush walks, bush meals, a game drive in Soysambu, and visits to Lake Elementaita hot springs. Guests can also enjoy sundowners, guided hiking at ‘Delamere’s Nose’, day and night game drives, and day trips into Nakuru National Park.
Mbweha Camp Lake Nakuru Non-Residents Accommodation Prices
Non-Residents Accommodation Rates Per Night Includes:
Full Board Accommodation
|Dates To||Single Room
|Children 6 to 11 Years Sharing with Adults||
Children 12 to 16 Years Sharing with Adults
3rd Jan 2023
|31st Mar 2023||280 US Dollars||370 US Dollars||100 US Dollars||140 US Dollars|
|1st Apr 2023||30th Jun 2023||170 US Dollars||320 US Dollars||90 US Dollars||
125 US Dollars
1st Jul 2023
|31st Oct 2023||315 US Dollars||450 US Dollars||120 US Dollars||180 US Dollars|
|1st Nov 2023||22nd Dec 2023||280 US Dollars||370 US Dollars||100 US Dollars||
140 US Dollars
23rd Dec 2023
|2nd Jan 2024||315 US Dollars||450 US Dollars||120 US Dollars||
180 US Dollars
* Children aged under 5 years – free
* Ground Package rates available on request
* A child aged 12 years and above will be charged an adult rate
Non-Residents Accommodation Rates Per Night Excludes:
* Health Insurance
* Sundowner – 50 US Dollars
* Bush Dinner – 45 US Dollars
* All Extras – Minimum 4 pax
* Drinks, Laundry & Gratuities
* Park Entry Fees & Flight Cost
* Bush breakfast – 45 US Dollars
* Request for ground package rates
* Request for discounted resident rates
* Local airstrip transfer and game drives
* Extra Lunch / Picnic Lunch- 30 US Dollars
* Exclusive use of safari vehicle – 560 US Dollars per day subject to availability
* 50 US Dollars Supplement per person per day for drinks such as Soft Drinks, House Wine, Mineral Water, and Local Beers