Elephant Bedroom Camp, Isiolo North
Elephant Bedroom Camp, Isiolo North
Elephant Bedroom Camp, Isiolo North
Elephant Bedroom Camp, Isiolo North
Elephant Bedroom Camp, Isiolo North
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Elephant Bedroom Camp

Ngare Mara, Isiolo North

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GregandDebbie R
28 Feb 2020
We stayed for 3 nights in February 2020. In December the camp was flooded so a “temporary” camp was established uphill, away from the river, and that’s where we stayed. There was nothing temporary about it though, this camp is best described as character filled, personal and comfortable. This was one of the nicest camps we’ve stayed in. Exceptional meals (among the best we’ve had), mostly served outdoors. Great coffee!Comfortable bed. Lovely furnishings. Wonderful service from the Samburu staff and manager Bernard. The owner Saba was warm, friendly and highly involved. Our guide Francis was one of the best we’ve encountered, ably assisted by Litus. Highlights include: relaxed wildlife, several close encounters with elephants, a visit to the elephant research centre nearby, a walk along a sandy riverbed with Samburu warriors for sundowners on a hill, then a rousing Jeep ride back to camp, warmed by their songs. A fantastic experience. If we return to Kenya, we will want to stay here again.
ehvc1
18 Jan 2020
This was truly the experience of a lifetime. Elephant Watch Camp is amazing in so many ways: the hospitality at every moment of our stay - the incredible Samburu people - the beautiful animals everywhere to be seen - the symphony of birdsong that wakes you up at dawn - and of course the grace and intelligence of the elephants that live their lives in peace thanks in large part to the Save the Elephant Fund located just nearby. We found out about the important research that still goes on there. We learned more about life on our planet in the 3 short days we spent there than ever before. In addition to all of this - the whole experience is totally civilised - the food is exquisite and the setting is unique - dinner next to a bonfire under an undisturbed starry sky. An inspiring and humbling experience. Thank you so much Saba, Bernard and all the team for your hospitality and warm welcome.
663alistairn
12 Jan 2020
We have had two outstanding holidays at Elephant Watch Camp and will certainly return again. This is the most intimate safari experience, staying in a blissfully small camp (only 6 luxury tents) and spending ALL day in the bush observing the spectacular birds & animals with your private Samburu warrior guide and spotter, who have a unique understanding and deep local knowledge of flora & fauna. The elephants are the star attraction and together with the work by Save The Elephants, EWC have helped to create a peaceful and protected environment for such a vulnerable animal. It is indeed a privilege to be alone and quietly observe so many elephant families without the need of a zoom lens! EWC is run entirely with local Samburu and managed with the most elegant light-touch by Saba and Bernard. Everything is anticipated and nothing is too much trouble. The day always begins and ends with the best food you will ever encounter whether on safari or in a 5 star hotel, and the picnic lunches in the bush are beautifully prepared and served. EWC is both an enlightening & educational experience, in an inspiring landscape giving visitors precious time with both the local Samburu people (both in camp and within their villages) and the diverse wildlife. Spending time here will change your perspective forever.
Judie T
31 Des 2019
The Samburu people and their regard for their Elephants and the environment are front and center here. Yes the food is unbelievable, and yes the accommodations are fanciful and rustic but in a luxurious way, but from the moment you awake to the delicious hot chai tea until you walk back from your dinner and a drink around the fire you are being cared for by the most amazing, happy and generous people on earth. The trips out in the bush are breathtaking and the sundowner evening with the warriors chanting and singing on the way back to camp will remain with you forever. Save your pennies and settle for nothing less than an experience at Elephant Watch Camp - truly life changing.
ldgrhrt222
12 Nov 2019
Elephant Watch Camp was one of the most memorable stays from our Africa trip. It was the most rustic, yet still luxurious. I love the openness of the tents, they allow the wildlife inside. We were blessed with monkeys, bats, and even a civit into our tent. The elephants were not in camp during our stay but we saw them on our game drives. The staff is incredible, Bernard especially. There is plenty to do such as a visit to Save the Elephants, visit a local village, the staff will take you on a run if you need exercise and a walking safari with a mountaintop sundowner. Be ready for a cultural experience. The chef can accommodate vegan meals. Wifi is available in the main tent. Most dinners are communal but private dining can be arranged. I highly recommend staying here.
Location
Samburu National Reserve,Near Ewaso Nyiro River
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Check-in & check-out time
Check-in time:
noon
Check-out time:
10:00 AM
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Di mana alamat Elephant Bedroom Camp?
Elephant Bedroom Camp beralamat di Samburu National Reserve,Near Ewaso Nyiro River
Pukul berapa waktu check-in & check-out di Elephant Bedroom Camp?
Waktu untuk check-in di Elephant Bedroom Camp adalah mulai dari pukul noon dan waktu check-out paling lambat pukul 10:00 am
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di Elephant Bedroom Camp?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Spa
Faciliies
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Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Spa
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Area piknik
Spa layanan lengkap
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Hewan peliharaan dibolehkan
Kesehatan & Medis
Spa
 

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5.0
From 119 reviews
Kebersihan
5.0
Kamar
5.0
Lokasi
5.0
Layanan
5.0
Nilai
5.0
Pasangan
32
Keluarga
28
Wisata sendiri
16
Berlibur dengan teman
21
Bisnis
3
GregandDebbie R
28 Feb 2020 -
We stayed for 3 nights in February 2020. In December the camp was flooded so a “temporary” camp was established uphill, away from the river, and that’s where we stayed. There was nothing temporary about it though, this camp is best described as character filled, personal and comfortable. This was one of the nicest camps we’ve stayed in. Exceptional meals (among the best we’ve had), mostly served outdoors. Great coffee!Comfortable bed. Lovely furnishings. Wonderful service from the Samburu staff and manager Bernard. The owner Saba was warm, friendly and highly involved. Our guide Francis was one of the best we’ve encountered, ably assisted by Litus. Highlights include: relaxed wildlife, several close encounters with elephants, a visit to the elephant research centre nearby, a walk along a sandy riverbed with Samburu warriors for sundowners on a hill, then a rousing Jeep ride back to camp, warmed by their songs. A fantastic experience. If we return to Kenya, we will want to stay here again.
ehvc1
18 Jan 2020 -
This was truly the experience of a lifetime. Elephant Watch Camp is amazing in so many ways: the hospitality at every moment of our stay - the incredible Samburu people - the beautiful animals everywhere to be seen - the symphony of birdsong that wakes you up at dawn - and of course the grace and intelligence of the elephants that live their lives in peace thanks in large part to the Save the Elephant Fund located just nearby. We found out about the important research that still goes on there. We learned more about life on our planet in the 3 short days we spent there than ever before. In addition to all of this - the whole experience is totally civilised - the food is exquisite and the setting is unique - dinner next to a bonfire under an undisturbed starry sky. An inspiring and humbling experience. Thank you so much Saba, Bernard and all the team for your hospitality and warm welcome.
663alistairn
12 Jan 2020 -
We have had two outstanding holidays at Elephant Watch Camp and will certainly return again. This is the most intimate safari experience, staying in a blissfully small camp (only 6 luxury tents) and spending ALL day in the bush observing the spectacular birds & animals with your private Samburu warrior guide and spotter, who have a unique understanding and deep local knowledge of flora & fauna. The elephants are the star attraction and together with the work by Save The Elephants, EWC have helped to create a peaceful and protected environment for such a vulnerable animal. It is indeed a privilege to be alone and quietly observe so many elephant families without the need of a zoom lens! EWC is run entirely with local Samburu and managed with the most elegant light-touch by Saba and Bernard. Everything is anticipated and nothing is too much trouble. The day always begins and ends with the best food you will ever encounter whether on safari or in a 5 star hotel, and the picnic lunches in the bush are beautifully prepared and served. EWC is both an enlightening & educational experience, in an inspiring landscape giving visitors precious time with both the local Samburu people (both in camp and within their villages) and the diverse wildlife. Spending time here will change your perspective forever.
Judie T
31 Des 2019 -
The Samburu people and their regard for their Elephants and the environment are front and center here. Yes the food is unbelievable, and yes the accommodations are fanciful and rustic but in a luxurious way, but from the moment you awake to the delicious hot chai tea until you walk back from your dinner and a drink around the fire you are being cared for by the most amazing, happy and generous people on earth. The trips out in the bush are breathtaking and the sundowner evening with the warriors chanting and singing on the way back to camp will remain with you forever. Save your pennies and settle for nothing less than an experience at Elephant Watch Camp - truly life changing.
ldgrhrt222
12 Nov 2019 -
Elephant Watch Camp was one of the most memorable stays from our Africa trip. It was the most rustic, yet still luxurious. I love the openness of the tents, they allow the wildlife inside. We were blessed with monkeys, bats, and even a civit into our tent. The elephants were not in camp during our stay but we saw them on our game drives. The staff is incredible, Bernard especially. There is plenty to do such as a visit to Save the Elephants, visit a local village, the staff will take you on a run if you need exercise and a walking safari with a mountaintop sundowner. Be ready for a cultural experience. The chef can accommodate vegan meals. Wifi is available in the main tent. Most dinners are communal but private dining can be arranged. I highly recommend staying here.
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