Kenya & Beyond Safaris
Moi Avenue, CBD
P.O. Box 4623-00200, Nairobi - Kenya
Located on the Western border of the famous Samburu Game Reserve, in the Great Northern Frontier District of Kenya, Bedouin Camp is within an 83,000 acre exclusive concession of pristine wilderness.
This stunning tented camp experience returns to the original spirit and essence of "safari", reminiscent of a golden era of romance, adventure and elegance. You will experience the ultimate in personalised service and guiding; hosted by owners Craig and Samantha Griffiths and her mother Penny Phillips. Allow us to unveil for you the beauties and mysteries of this vast African wilderness. Close to nature and far from the madding crowds you will be in the heart of the most unforgettable wildlife and scenery.
Bedouin Camp offers the best Kenya has in personalised service and wildlife safari.
To stay at this stunning tented camp is to experience a return to the original spirit and essence of a "safari, reminiscent of a golden bygone era of romance, adventure and elegance. Here you will experience the ultimate in personalised service. The camp is personally hosted by the owners Craig and Samantha Griffiths.
Number of rooms: The camp has 8 tents (16 beds), set up between Giant Tortilis Acacias and Doum Palms, on the white sandy banks of the Ewaso Ngiro.
Room dcor: The beautifully appointed tents overlook the river and are well spaced to ensure maximum privacy. The tents are luxuriously furnished with camping furniture, safari antiques, Persian rugs, four poster beds (either double or twin) with sprung orthopaedic mattresses.
Room amenities: private en-suite dressing rooms, bathrooms with safari style canvas baths, showers and porcelain flushing toilets.
Special features: Private Butler service.
Lunch is served al fresco on the banks of the Ewaso River, where the graceful elephants come for their daily drink and wallow.
Dinner is served in the shimmering light of the candelabras, or privately under the stars, to the accompaniment of the resident pride of lionsnightly chorus. Dinner is an elegant affair, with silver, crystal, fine wines and freshly baked bread.
Proudly adorned Samburu Warriors and liveried waiters attend to your every whim, ever attendant but unobtrusive. The cuisine and service is of the highest standard to be found in the bush.
In 2002, Joash Were who has been instrumental in start up of many companies within Kenya and Beyond thought of it wisely that it was time to start up something tourism related. He had worked at great places. Bearing in mind that all the progressive people talk “WE” and not I, he has brought together a great team who are professional in their own rights.