Mbweha Camp is nestled up against the southern border of Lake Nakuru National Park with beautiful views over the Eburru and Mau ranges. Ten 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.
The cottages are built of lava stone and thatched makuti roof add glamour and style to its contemporary African ambience. Every cottage is surrounded by Candelabra Euphorbia, yellow barked Acacia and other indigenous trees that provide a relaxed atmosphere as you listen to the African night sounds of a lion roar or the laughter of the hyena in the distance. From the rooms you look out at eye level over a mown lawn area, and you can listen to the sounds of the African night: baboons, crickets frog, and even sometimes hyenas and lions.
The bush restaurant and the bar are spacious and include a lounge. There is an open fireplace, a pool table, darts board and several board games. The bush restaurant serves a choice of tasty, freshly prepared meals as well as game meat at reasonable prices in a separate thatched dining room. While tasty, freshly prepared meals are served in a separate thatched dining room, Mbweha Camp's sunken bar and lounge with an open fireplace overlooks at eye level over a beautiful lawn area onto a small waterhole. Relax and enjoy, listen to the Maasai sing and entertain you.
Open vehicle night game drives on the conservation area and at Lake Nakuru National Park, bike rides, hiking, educational bush and nature walks, hot air balloon rides, bush dinners, bush sundowners, gliding.