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Wildebeest Eco Camp

Welcome to Wildebeest Eco Camp Make your stay in Nairobi memorable by staying in Nairobi city's best permanent tented camp. The friendly, home-like hospitality is what has made Wildebeest Camp Nairobi's best accommodation choice for travellers, and a unique choice from a city hotel. Wildebeest Camp is an oasis in Nairobi – the simply the perfect place to relax during your African migration! The beautifully-appointed deluxe safari tents and other comfortable accommodation, will be a welcome place to stay before and after your safari. You can enjoy the peaceful tropical gardens, which are home to hundreds of varieties of plants and birds, while still being close to shops, markets, cinemas, banks, Nairobi National Park and transport links.It is an ideal environment for families with acres of space for children to safely explore, and a dedicated playground where they can burn some energy. For the less energetic, relax on the deck with a Kenyan coffee or cold Tusker beer or find a peaceful spot in the garden and curl up with a good book. more... Facilities at Wildebeest Eco Camp Facilities include: restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner fully-stocked bar infinity swimming pool communal fire pit FREE WIFI guest lounge with dstv (full package of sport and international channels) board games & cards, pool table, foos ball, table tennis & darts guest library & book swap laundry service beautiful, relaxing gardens and two decks children's play area gift shop stocking local crafts on-site parking & 24 hour security travel desk - safaris, transfers, bus, train, flights, day tours, trekking BOOK NOW   VIRTUAL TOUR

About Us

Wildebeest Travels was established in 2006, by an Australian couple, Alan and Lynita. Since then, the company has grown and so has the family and they now live on site at Wildebeest Eco Camp in Nairobi with their two sons, Oliver and Joel

Watoto Wema Children Centre

This orphanage is home to between 40 and 60 children who are totally orphaned or born to families who for various reasons cannot care for them. Over the last few years we are proud to have assisted raising enough money to buy land and build new housing and a small school. But there is still a lot to be done, and ongoing educational, health and food needs. If you would like to help, please contact us directly or join their Facebook page.
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Mokoyeti Brook Day Care

Not unlike many families from developed countries, it is the case in Kenya that often both parents must work to sustain their family. In low-income areas, it is an unfortunate reality that children under six are often left unsupervised, or only looked after by other young siblings. Day care or pre-school is not a luxury that many families can afford. 

Mokoyeti Brook Youth Group

Long-term unemployment, even for well-educated people, is a future often faced is Kenya. The youth group was established to bring hope, focus and meaning to idle young people living in the area. There are many activities that the youth engage in, including sanitation, mentoring the younger children, as well as a number of income generation activities like raring rabbits and chickens. They would really love anyone who has a skill that can transfer into a business to spend time with them to ensure they can earn a living and sustain their families.
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