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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 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.

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Facilities at Wildebeest Eco Camp

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

 
Jysk Rejsebureau Service Centre

For our Scandanavian visitors, Wildebeest Eco Camp is the home for the service centre for Jysk Rejsebureau.

 


Want to book a safari, transport or accommodation in another destination across East Africa. Have a look at our travel and safari company www.wildebeesttravels.com

PACK FOR A PURPOSE

Small space - pack as little or as much as you like
Little effort - some of these items you may be able to bring from home, work or other organisations
Big impact - you can really make a difference to the organisation that you are helping.

 

 

 

 

"Staying at Wildebeest Eco Camp is a truly unique and memorable experience – a pleasant contrast to an ordinary city hotel."

Wildebeest Eco Camp is a great base in Nairobi to travel within Kenya or East Africa. But don't be too keen to move on, there are loads of great things to do if you want to spend a couple of days Nairobi.

You can visit the baby elephants at the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage (from the BBC's Elephant Diaries), hand-feed or even kiss a giraffe, or visit the farm of Karen Blixen, famous from the book and movie 'Out of Africa'.

The National Museum has reopened after an extensive renovation and is well worth a visit.

Close to our camp, you can purchase souvenirs at the Masai Market, visit Kibera (the largest slum in Sub-Saharan Africa) or dine at one of the many great restaurants in Nairobi - including the world famous Carnivore!

If you want to be a little more adventurous, you can cycle in Hell's Gate National Park, or go white water rafting on the Tana River.