Far away from mass tourism, Lake Jipe Safari Camp is located 500 mts from the shores of lake Jipe and just 5 minutes away from the Tsavo West National Park entrance.
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We have 8 spacious, furnished and decorated cottages, each suitable for 2 people. Each banda has a flush toilet, hot & cold shower, mosquito nets and private veranda. The restaurant offers African and European cuisine to suit all tastes and our well stocked bar serves cold drinks throughout the day. The swimming pool provides our guests the opportunity to cool down from the heat of the day.
The camp is owned and managed by Myriam Debrunner of Swiss nationality. Her wish is that when you go home you are more than satisfied and your memories of the time spent in Kenya are happy ones. For enquiries/reservations and current rates contact Myriam on email email@example.com or tel +254 (0)734 454078 or for coastal safaris visit www.kenyacoast.biz
As a large fresh water source, Lake Jipe is a meeting point for many animals and birds in the area. It gives you a true appreciation of wildlife and a real taste of Africa. On clear days Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, is visible in the background.
On the main Nairobi/Mombasa road take the Taveta turn off at Voi opposite the petrol station. The road is initially tarmac and graded murram thereafter. After about 60 kms take a left turn sign posted Maktau gate, through which you enter Tsavo West National Park, and follow the signs to the Lake Jipe gate. The camp is situated just outside the Lake Jipe exit gate (see map).
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Things to do:
Game drives in Tsavo West and also along the lake shores outside the park.
Jipe is a fantastic bird watching area, especially in November/December and January when many migratory birds visit the lake (see list).
A trip on the KWS fibre glass boat (rate 1,000/- per person) or on a local fishing canoe from the nearby village (rate negotiable).
A walk to visit the farming area in the swamps around the Lume river.
Salaita Hill - a famous WW1 site - there are many such sites as this for the interested.
A day trip to Lake Chala which is approx. 35kms away, visiting Grogan's Castle along the way and even including a browse though Taveta market - a most interesting and hassle free experience.