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When you think "luxury tented camp in Africa" you need go no further than Campi Ya Kanzi, which is Swahili for "Hidden Treasure".....and what a fitting name! Tsavo West National Park and the Maasai Conservancy are jewels of Kenya, and we thoroughly enjoyed our time...More
Campi ya Kanzi is a very special place. Run by Luca, you'll have the most wonderfull host and a fantastic source of knowledge. You'll meet people who will show you their hills, their plains, their culture. Pristine. The only flaw- ever since leaving there, the...More
I was only able to stay one evening, but it was wonderful. Great, but not luxurious accommodations, pleasant service, amazing views and wildlife.Mt. Kilimanjaro! Very nice evening game drive with sundowners, led by excellent guides.
My husband and I and two adult sons spent an idyllic week at magical Campi Ya Kanzi. We were most warmly greeted at the airstrip and the drive to the lodge gave us a first, wonderful sense of the surroundings of Campi Ya Kanzi. We...More
We spent Thanksgiving week at Campi Ya Kanzi, and everything was perfect, from the weather, to the wonderful hosts and staff, to the top notch accommodations, to the food (!!!), and lest I forget, to the safari itself. We saw all the wildlife we could...More
#2 of 14 Speciality lodging in Tsavo National Park West
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US$ 741 - US$ 800 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We are in the process of planning a trip to Kenya. We are going to stay at 3 different camps and Camp ya Kanzi is one of the choices. We are having a hard time deciding because they all look so great. You said in your review you are well traveled and that you went to some other camps as well. Can you tell me what you particularly liked about camp ya Kanzi? Also - are all activities included or are there extra charges? Would 2 nights be enough or would you feel rushed?