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You reach there exhausted after a long 6/7 hours drive from Nairobi as the last 2,5 h is only a dodgy bumpy track .
The lodge looks nice and very tribal style ... Overlooking a small swamp river with some crocodiles .
It is semi...More
Loved the place! Having the tent just next to the river, with buffalos coming to feed at night on the other bank, hyenas laughing in the distance etc. was just lovely. You could call it a tent, but really you sleep in a good bed...More
I recently spent 2 wonderful nights at the Fig Tree Camp. I found the staff very friendly and accommodating, the food was delicious and the nightly entertainment was great. Our tent overlooked the river, a perfect setting, lying in bed listening to natures music slowly...More
We recently spent 3 nights in the new luxury tents. The setting, with established foliage & the river is good. Unfortunatly the staff, or management left a lot to be desired.
Firstly the tents are not luxury even though the bathrooms are very clean &...More
Our team of five headed to the mara after doing non-profit work in the harsh and desolate Turkana region so needless to say the lush flora and fauna of Fig Tree camp made for a welcome retreat. We had two tents which overlooked the river,...More
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I am not exactly sure what bridge you are talking about but from the camp to the game drive didn’t even take 10 minutes. It was really neat as we were there during the week so we got to see the kids walking to school each... More
I am not exactly sure what bridge you are talking about but from the camp to the game drive didn’t even take 10 minutes. It was really neat as we were there during the week so we got to see the kids walking to school each morning and they were always waving!