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Kenya

Tambarare

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Situated on the grassy plateau of the game-rich Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Tambarare Camp embodies a harmonious blend of peaceful retreat and gateway to adventure.

Accommodations consist of just ten luxurious guest tents. Each spacious, canvas tent evokes the nostalgic style of the golden age of safari camps with modern décor and amenities. The rooms are furnished with teak floors, comfortable chairs and sofas, and wood-bleached furniture. The bedrooms boast large king beds framed by romantic white curtains and en suite bathrooms with walk-in showers, double vanity sinks, a flush toilet, and plush towels. Every tent enjoys its own private veranda with sweeping views of the grassy plains.

The camp is located in the shadow of the majestic Mount Kenya within a 90,000 -acre wildlife sanctuary. Out of all of the parks and reserves in Kenya, Ol Pejeta Conservancy possesses the highest density of wildlife. Some animals frequently sighted are here buffalo, leopard, hippos, hyenas, Grevy’s zebra, and Jackson’s hartebeest. It is also a working wildlife conservancy and cattle ranch. With almost 100 rhinos in residence, Ol Pejata is the largest rhino sanctuary outside of South Africa.

There are many exciting activities to choose from including daily game drives led by expert guides. Night drives are the best way to spot nocturnal wildlife such as aardvarks, white-tailed mongoose, bat-eared foxes, and polecats. The camp’s rhino encounter lets visitors interact with the last two northern white rhino on earth. Guided bush walks provide a more intimate look at the Laikipia plains. Cycling safaris include unique view of the wildlife and climbing at Big Rock. For some cultural interaction, the camp offers tours of the local community. Other adventures include lion tracking with a ranger, horseback riding with rhinos, and hippo hide nature trail on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro river.

The camp’s restaurant dishes up an array of tempting meals served with fresh salads and homemade baked breads and can cater to any dietary needs. The elegant bar tent includes a wide deck fitted with comfy loungers overlooking the boma fireplace. A ‘gym in the wild’ let’s guests work out during one-hour coached classes with an emphasis on functional fitness.

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Kenya

Tambarare

PLAN MY TRIP

Situated on the grassy plateau of the game-rich Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Tambarare Camp embodies a harmonious blend of peaceful retreat and gateway to adventure.

Accommodations consist of just ten luxurious guest tents. Each spacious, canvas tent evokes the nostalgic style of the golden age of safari camps with modern décor and amenities. The rooms are furnished with teak floors, comfortable chairs and sofas, and wood-bleached furniture. The bedrooms boast large king beds framed by romantic white curtains and en suite bathrooms with walk-in showers, double vanity sinks, a flush toilet, and plush towels. Every tent enjoys its own private veranda with sweeping views of the grassy plains.

The camp is located in the shadow of the majestic Mount Kenya within a 90,000 -acre wildlife sanctuary. Out of all of the parks and reserves in Kenya, Ol Pejeta Conservancy possesses the highest density of wildlife. Some animals frequently sighted are here buffalo, leopard, hippos, hyenas, Grevy’s zebra, and Jackson’s hartebeest. It is also a working wildlife conservancy and cattle ranch. With almost 100 rhinos in residence, Ol Pejata is the largest rhino sanctuary outside of South Africa.

There are many exciting activities to choose from including daily game drives led by expert guides. Night drives are the best way to spot nocturnal wildlife such as aardvarks, white-tailed mongoose, bat-eared foxes, and polecats. The camp’s rhino encounter lets visitors interact with the last two northern white rhino on earth. Guided bush walks provide a more intimate look at the Laikipia plains. Cycling safaris include unique view of the wildlife and climbing at Big Rock. For some cultural interaction, the camp offers tours of the local community. Other adventures include lion tracking with a ranger, horseback riding with rhinos, and hippo hide nature trail on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro river.

The camp’s restaurant dishes up an array of tempting meals served with fresh salads and homemade baked breads and can cater to any dietary needs. The elegant bar tent includes a wide deck fitted with comfy loungers overlooking the boma fireplace. A ‘gym in the wild’ let’s guests work out during one-hour coached classes with an emphasis on functional fitness.

Safari Camps
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Journeys