An intimate safari experience awaits at Ekorian's Mugie Camp. Six cozy tents are raised on wooden decks and nestled under thatched roofs.
Set right in the Mugie Conservancy, Ekorian’s Mugie Camp is a prime setting for game viewing. From game drives to guided walks and kayak excursions, there are many ways to explore. Guides are enthusiastic about the birds and wildlife in the area and like to tell stories about this land, giving guests a better understanding of the boundless nature. There are over 200 bird varieties surrounding Ekorian’s Mugie Camp, including spoonbill storks that regularly wade through the waters. Elephants splash in the water while herds of gazelles, zebras, and elegant giraffes wander through the tall grass. Get close to nature, see the tiny insects, and feel the warm breeze on your face.
After a day on safari, enjoy the running hot and cold water and flush toilets in the en suite baths after a long day on safari. Eco-conscious travelers will take comfort in knowing the lighting is solar powered. Rainwater is collected, boiled, and filtered for use around camp. Bottled water is not supplied in an effort to reduce plastic use, and reusable water bottles are offered on game drives. The eco-friendly freshwater pool overlooks a water hole and is a great place to cool off and watch nature go by.
Guests dine on freshly prepared meals using ingredients plucked from local markets and farms. A small on-site garden provides fresh vegetables and herbs. Start the day with a steaming cup of Kenyan coffee or tea and warm homemade cookies. Breakfast is a full spread of toast, eggs, pastries, yogurt, granola, and jams. Dine at camp before embarking on your day of adventure, or leave camp early and enjoy breakfast out in the bush. There’s nothing like the watching zebras and gazelles stroll by while you start the day.
Dinners are served in the dining tent and gently lit by candles. Toast the sunset with a drink in hand and gather around the open fire to chat with fellow guests. Spend the night sleeping under the stars and hear the sound of the bird calls as night sets in under the African sky.Request Information