Kigio Wildlife Camp

Address: overlooking the Malewa River, Gilgil, Kenya | 3 star campground
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This 3 star campground is located on overlooking the Malewa River, Gilgil.
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Travel Blogs from Gilgil

Refuge at Dea'suest House

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 20, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... of uphill traffic. At the bottom, we encounter an ambulance and the attendants sitting in the shade of a tree. We asked if they were waiting for victims!

We made it back to Dea’s and we were pretty tired and incredibly dirty. After bath/shower and extensive laundry of our dust laden clothing, we enjoyed a fine lunch on the patio overlooking the garden. That gave us time for a nap and at 3:30 we headed to the lake with Joseph who had ...

Nakuru National Park

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 01, 2014

8 photos

... began to get exciting... First we saw different antelope, then there were warthogs, meat eating stalks, black and white rhino (!!!), baboons, buffalo, giraffes, pelicans, AND...a lion and lioness!! The lions were right next to the road sunbathing, we thought this would be the highlight to our day! We went away to look at the pelicans and came back to the lions soon after. None of us expected the next chain of events to happen... The juvenile lion began crouching and looked like he ...

Lovely Lake Nakuru

A travel blog entry by alura on Jul 14, 2014

26 photos

... flimsy in the south they are non existent in the east. Animals roam around as they please or are tethered. No patch of grass goes ungrazed.

Our first port of call was one of Intrepid's sponsor project Saidi Children's home. The home houses orphaned and abandoned children. We were given a tour by the manager before being let loose with the kids in the playground. Plenty of soccer, swinging and see sawing to be had but often the most interest were the cameras. I am sure ...

Lake Nakuru

A travel blog entry by gsdraper on Jun 25, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

... to Swahili dictionary that Owen desperately wanted. He asked for 2000 shillings, about $23. Talked him down to 150. Lunch at Sarova Lion Hill, a very nice resort. Then a game drive at Lake Nakuru where we saw many birds, giraffe and then lions! Arrived at Lake Elementeita tented camp for the night. This place is incredible, beautiful tents with very fancy canopied beds and by far the best showers we have seen, a great view of the lake, and wonderful ...

Broken

A travel blog entry by brittbmw3 on Jun 12, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... of the four that got to me. She saw me with the young boy her age and ran right up to me. I put one on each leg as I swung them around and got giggles as a response. When Robyn called for us to leave I left part of myself with them. I pray that God showers them with His love and leads a wonderful family to adopt them. The two other children I fell in love with were in the oldest age group. I have no idea how old they were- a fifteen year old tends ...