Big things in store for Little Governors’ Camp
No half measures are taken at Little Governors’ Camp. From the accommodation and wildlife experiences, to the food and service, absolutely everything about this camp is top-notch. So much so that recently, the camp has had a deluge of repeat guests, including one couple who have been returning for the last 19 years, at least twice a year for a minimum of 18 nights at a time.
However, Governors’ Camp Collection didn’t become an award-winning safari company by sitting back and getting comfortable. Constantly striving to set the safari standard, Little Governors’ Camp is currently in the midst of a big camp renovation project. Larger tents have been ordered and the plan is to re-do the tent layouts, with the addition of some new reclining chairs. The bar and mess area are also getting a whole new look with new furniture, soft furnishings and ‘hanging chairs’ scattered amongst the trees. The camp is also installing a reverse osmosis water system which will replace bottled water use in the camp and therefore massively reduce their plastic waste.
Everyone is loving the new look and feeling energised about the new exciting changes afoot. Even the elephants have been popping into camp to see how things are coming along. As all the Governors’ Camp properties are unfenced, making way for the elephants is an occurrence that guests quickly get used to.
A little more about Little Governors’ Camp:
Little Governors’ Camp is a secluded camp on the edge of the Masai Mara National Park. The camp encompasses 17 luxury en-suite tents, each with its own wooden deck where guests can enjoy undisturbed views of the constant wildlife activity around the nearby watering hole. Accessible only by boat, followed by an escorted walk through the revering forest, reaching the camp is an adventure in itself and ensures that guests are afforded a peaceful and authentic safari environment.
Activities on offer from the camp include game drives, which are great for wildlife photography, visits to the nearby Masai community manyatta, and visits to the community and conservation projects we support. Hot Air Balloon Safaris can also be arranged at an extra cost and are a fantastic way to experience the Mara. In fact, the Hot Air Balloon Safaris have been so popular with guests at Little Governors’ Camp recently, that they have been flying out on a daily basis!
Contact Little Governors' Camp:
Tel. +254 733 616204
Originally published on the Classic Safari Africa blog by Claire Birtwhistle.
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