Ekorian’s Mugie Camp offers an intimate and exclusive safari getaway in the African bush that is sure to make your holiday memorable. The camp is eco-friendly and consists of six luxury tents, all spacious, en-suite and fully equipped, ensuring maximum comfort.
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Ekorian’s Mugie Camp is made up of 6 spacious but cosy tents, each covered by a papyrus roof and raised on wooden decks. Each tent has an en suite bathroom with hot and cold plumbed water and flush toilets.
The camp has an array of land, safari and water activities, including fishing, camel treks, golfing, kayaking and swimming in the dam.
There are three game viewing vehicles for guests to enjoy the fauna and flora of Mugie. A few of the species we see regularly are Elephant, Buffalo, Reticulated Giraffe, Burchels Zebra, Grevy Zebra, Eland, Impala, Grants gazelle, Jacksons hartebeest, Oryx, Warthog, Spotted and Striped Hyena and Bat-eared foxs. Game driving is just a small part of your safari adventure at the Ekorian’s Mugie Camp. Go for a walk through the bush with their experienced guides and get a full sensory experience; see the insects, smell the earth,touch the grass, hear the calls and savour being with nature.
Ekorian’s Mugie Camp Reviews
“Our latest visit was with comprehensive numbers of children and grand-children – from Kenya and from abroad. Ekorian offers such a variety of experiences that four days pass much too soon – super variety of wildlife during game-drives, beautiful scenery, relaxation in camp/pool, kayaking, break-fast in bush etc. all under the very attentive care and high service-mindedness of management and friendly/efficient staff.” – Kazi-tu
“Ekorian’s Mugie is a great spot for family activities: game viewing, archery, kayaking with elephants, camel rides, and swimming in the pool. Game is harder to see here than in some other areas of the country, but the guides work hard to find animals of interest. It was a nice stop for our three generation family Christmas holiday.” – eljo2113
“Luxurious safari tent, fantastic hot shower and toilets in the wilderness. Amazingly attentive, friendly staff. Game drives with George and Peter were truly memorable- lions, cheetahs et al – book now” – mkerr149
To the north-east of the Great Rift Valley, and north-west of snow-capped Mount Kenya, the high plains of Laikipia are increasingly recognised as one of Kenya’s best safari regions, challenging the Maasai Mara for overall safari experience.