Our mobile safari camp is designed to give our guests that real 1930s safari experience, channelling Hemingway and the characters who explored East Africa at that time – albeit with a few more home comforts, such as hot water and flushing toilets. The mobile camp is exactly that: when we leave a site, the camp is packed into a truck, leaving no trace.
The private camp can be set up anywhere according to what we want to see and the time of the year, affording us incredible wildlife sightings that we’ll have all to ourselves. There’s no fixed structure, so we can seize the day in whatever way we fancy. We can enjoy bush dinners in these beautiful, remote tracts of land, sip sundowners high up on rocky outcrops or head out after dark on night game drives.
Here we can experience the true sense of freedom. This is so often the part of the trip guests remember most fondly.
We primarily use two private ranches, both around 45,000 acres, and we rarely share them with anyone else. Suyian, one of the ranches we use, consists of big open plains with massive rocks and a river running through it. The other is Lolldaiga, home to mountainous woodland with large olive trees and cedar forests, lots of elephants and buffalo, all overlooked by Mount Kenya. They are both totally different landscapes, offering a taste of Kenya’s diversity.