Here are Mbweha Camp Resident Rates:
||Mon – Thu
||Fri – Sun
|16th Oct 2020 – 20th Dec 2020||KES 8,460/- PPS||KES 8,460/- PPS|
|22nd Dec 2020 – 1st Jan 2021||KES 11,280/- PPS||KES 11,280/- PPS|
All the Rates are in KES, Per Person Sharing (Full Board), Per Night
Rates Exclude: Drinks and other Extras
0 – 5 yrs: FREE Accommodation when Sharing with 2 Adults
6 – 11 yrs, Sharing with 2 Adults: 50% of PPS
12 – 12 yrs, Sharing with 2 Adults: 75% of PPS
Mbweha Camp Nakuru is one of the most popular Lake Nakuru National Park lodges. Due to its proximity to this famous attraction as well its beautiful cottages with contemporary African ambiance.
About two hours’ drive from Nairobi, this Nakuru hotel is situated in the 6400 acre Congreve Conservancy which is adjacent to the Lake National Park. This location makes Mbweha Camp an ideal base for a variety of exciting activities in Nakuru. For example, guided bush walks, game drives and tours of Lake Nakuru and Lake Elmenteita.
On the grounds of the Conservancy, you may well catch sight of African wildlife, such as leopards, zebras, hyenas, giraffes, flamingos, and baboons.
Enjoy a combination of luxury and rustic charm in our 10 private lava stone cottages with traditional thatched roofs, natural wood furniture and earth-toned decorations like beaded gourds, patterned pillows, and hand-woven rugs contrast with the gauzy white mosquito nets hanging gracefully over Mbweha Camp’s large, comfortable beds. Cottages at Mbweha Camp are surrounded by acacia trees and other indigenous vegetation including the giant cactus-like Euphorbia candelabrum. As you relax on your private patio you may hear the distant roar of African lions or other wildlife sounds.
Maximize your view of the surrounding nature due to the open-sided dining and lounge areas. These areas have a blazing central fireplace surrounded by long white sofas topped with colorful cushions. Finally, this makes it a favorite area to gather on cooler nights. As for Mbweha Camp’s Team, travelers rave about their friendliness and their willingness to go to great lengths in time to meet the needs of each guest.
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.
Beautifully presented, delicious Continental style meals are very much enjoyed by guests, who also appreciate the fact that this Nakuru Hotel caters to different dietary requirements. While most meals are served in the dining area, Mbweha Camp can also arrange for an outdoor gourmet dinner by the pool or in the bush while you enjoy the spectacular views of the Lake Nakuru National Park – the Lake and Park are all available to captivate you.
Mbweha Camp Nakuru’s location makes it the perfect jumping-off point for many activities. Expert local guides can help you explore the Congreve Conservancy as well as Lake Nakuru National Park, Soysambu Wildlife Conservancy and Lake Elmenteita hot springs.
Be prepared to be amazed by the African wildlife, stunning mountain peaks and diverse vegetation. Mbweha Camp also offers guided and independent bike rides, bush walks and the famous safari sundowner experience, which is essentially a cocktail hour enjoyed while watching the sun set over the African landscape.
Take advantage of Mbweha Camp’s secluded setting to hold creative corporate team building activities in Nakuru or private parties. The responsive and professional Team at Mbweha Camp will do everything to make your event a success.
This Nakuru Hotel also offers a special wedding package. On the day before your wedding, you’ll enjoy a private romantic dinner in nature. On the day of the event, the Team in charge at Mbweha Camp will ensure that all the paperwork and necessary officials are in place so you can enjoy a unique, stress-free ceremony in the gardens followed by traditional dancing and a reception for up to 10 guests. Champagne and breakfast in bed will greet on your first morning as husband and wife.Contact us to book your team building, conferences or wedding at Mbweha Camp.