Laikipia Wilderness Camp has beautiful views of Mt Kenya and the wilderness and blends sympathetically into this stunning area of true wilderness.
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Laikipia Wilderness Camp have just 5 tents all en suite, some tents are close together specifically for families and all their tents can comfortably sleep three people, and even a double and two singles for families with younger children.
The lodge has a range activities including rock-climbing, swimming, rafting,, fishing, bird watching, Samburu Village visits, fly-camping and wild dog tracking.
The best way to see wildlife up close with game drives and night drives. The lodge has both open and closed vehicles with roof hatches, ideal for photography. Guided walks are also readily available.
Laikipia Wilderness Camp Reviews
“Spent 3 nights in Laikipia and what a wonderful time we had. Annabel, Steve and Jasper made us feel very welcome. Steve (the other one) was a wonderful guide and the camp location is superb. The Wildlife viewing is tremendous and we enjoyed the walking in the company of Buster, Boris and Trigger (the dogs) Certainly somewhere we would return to.” – GWRFCPics
“We stayed here with our boys aged 9 and 13 and had a wonderful time. The guides were knowledgeable and made a great effort to keep our boys entertained, and there were plenty of other activities so that it wasn’t just 3 days in the back of a jeep. We highly recommend kayaking in the local pond, jumping in from high rocks and taking a walking safari to see the flora and smaller animals.” – FoodnFamily
“We loved our stay here, so much to do, never a dull moment. Great for Kids. Hosts were the best, food superb and the tented rooms perfect. Lovely hot showers, fluffy towels, comfy beds, everything you need for your bush adventure. Wildlife everywhere!” – 5yswm
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.