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Wildebeest Eco Camp

Wildebeest Eco Camp

At Wildebeest Eco Camp, everyone can spoil themselves and afford a little luxury. So why not indulge in a uniquely African experience, and the distinctive comfort of a beautifully-appointed luxury tented camp.

Conveniently positioned in beautiful Karen/Langata, it is possible to enjoy the best of both worlds – being close to major tourist attractions, Nairobi National Park and Galleria Shopping Centre, with good transport links to the city centre as well as both the domestic and international airports.

Facilities include:
+ breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner
+ bar service
+ internet access via wi-fi and guest computers
+ guest lounge with dstv
+ board games & cards
+ infinity swimming pool
+ pool table, foos ball, table tennis
+ guest library & book swap
+ electronic safes
+ lockers
+ laundry service
+ beautiful, relaxing garden with lots of different plants & birds
+ 24 hour security staff
+ travel desk - safaris, transfers, bus, train, flights, day tours, accommodation, trekking

When to go

Nairobi by month

January

Season: Dry

February

Season: Dry

March

Season: Wet

April

Season: Wet

May

Season: Wet

June

Season: Dry

July

Season: Dry

August

Season: Dry

September

Season: Dry

October

Season: Dry

November

Season: Wet

December

Season: Wet

Wildlife


A land of stark contrast, where a rolling wilderness meets the rising buildings of a growing city, proving that harmony can be achieved in a modern world. Explore and discover a diverse range of wildlife in the Nairobi National Park; species like zebra, warthog, giraffe, buffalo and lion are in abundance with Black rhino sightings almost a given. There are leopard and cheetah, but these shy creatures can be a little more difficult to spot. This birdlife does not disappoint either with more than 400 species present in the region.

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