Mbweha Camp


Mbweha Camp is located in the private Congreve Conservancy in the Great Rift Valley, along the southern border of Lake Nakuru National Park. Congreve conservancy is part of the expansive Soysambu Conservancy. From its vantage point Mbweha Camp has great views of the Eburru and Mau ranges. The Camp is environmentally sensitive and takes great care to sustain the environment around it.






Accommodation at Mbweha Camp is in 10 cottages. Two of these are family cottages with a queen size bed and single beds. The rest are four double cottages and four twin cottages. The cottages are made of lava stone and thatched roofs and surrounded by indigenous acacia trees giving them a rustic feel. In all the cottages the bedrooms open up to a verandah at the front. The cottages have en-suite bathrooms fitted with double wash basins, cold and hot water and a flush toilet. There is free Wi-Fi in the lounge and all surrounding areas.


Mbweha Camp has a spacious open sided dining room where dinner is served. Private meals can also be arranged upon request either on the verandah or outside in the bush. Picnic lunches and sundowners can also be arranged. The camp serves continental style cuisine which caters for a wide variety of dietary requirements. Drinks are not included in the room rates but at an additional cost.


There are a host of activities to be offered here including:

  • Day and night game drives in Soysambu Conservancy
  • Day and night game drives in Soysambu Conservancy
  • Guided bush walks
  • Picnic lunches
  • Visits to Kariandusi pre historic site and Menengai Crater