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.
10 Rustic lava-stone cottages with thatched roofs are surrounded by euphorbia candelabra, yellow barked acacia and other indigenous trees. Mbweha Camp is only a few hours from Nairobi, yet feels right away from it all with its relaxed atmosphere. Being situated outside a National Park allows many activities, including walking, mountain biking and night game drives. Guests can also enjoy day trips into Nakuru National Park with the option of a gourmet bush lunch with spectacular views of the Lake and the National Park. Being in the heart of Soysambu Conservancy Implies Clients are enreached 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 funa with a set of 12,000 wildlife including 10% of the global population of the endangered colosius monkey. Both the lesser and greater flamingo frequent the near by L. Elementaita whichis also a breeding ground for the great white pelican. Tourist can get of wildlife all a mere 16km away from the camp.
How to get there:
GPS co-ordinates: S 0 28.43.133 S / E 126.96.36.1996 E
By road: Approximately 2.5 hours driving time from Nairobi.
By air: to the Congreve airstrip. This airstrip is serviced only by charter flights.
Open all year round.