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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        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Gilgil

        To the village

        A travel blog entry by sweetobsolete on May 15, 2015

        16 photos

        ... said everything in Swahili that we were saying in English. They even had a song for the children to sing about flapping their hands until they were dry. The next school we walked to was very large, with over 900 hundred students. We only administered the medications to one small classroom of children. Then, we created a handwashing station for the school, by their toilets. It was clear that one place to wash your hands would not be enough ...

        Is this home?

        A travel blog entry by stum2012 on May 15, 2015

        Yesterday we took a long drive from Nairobi to Nakuru. On the way we stopped at a place called Amani Ya Juu, which means peace from above in Swahili. I continue to be interested in how well received my name is here and people keep asking me "how did you get that name". Well, let me reflect on the story (the short version) behind my name as I've come to understand it. My mom was born in London to a British mother and a *****ian father. When her biological parents were unable to ...

        Journey to Nakuru

        A travel blog entry by sqjohnson on May 14, 2015

        1 comment, 1 photo

        ... you in which you quickly pull to the side of the road. Adding to this he said the convoy is miles long because the Kenyan politicians will follow the president to wherever he is traveling to. It was a treat to drive by herds of Zebra and beautiful Acacia trees today and I look forward to seeing more of the flora and fauna of Kenya. Currently we are in Nakuru in another tented camp and I am resting up for the day ahead! Amani (Peace), Shelby ...

        Visiting Church members and Property Across Kenya

        A travel blog entry by aaronkdean on Apr 01, 2015

        9 photos

        ... school children that walked by, someone brought a battery and some small 18 gauge wire from one of the farms. We were able to jump the car, nearly melting the inadequate wires, but did get it started. We went back to town where we purchased a new battery. Mr. Ndung’u and Mr. Eboya went back to Nairobi since they will be conducting Passover services in other churches, while we will go on to the two more churches for another bible study and ...

        ICE ICE BABY!

        A travel blog entry by jewelsfox on Jul 01, 2014

        ... sized city. First stop.. the bank.. where we receive free coffee.. to then soon realise that pretty much every supermarket and bank offer free coffee! SCORE! Nice way to spend a rainy day, in a bank drinking coffee.. this place is very relaxed, people in the bank look like they're wearing mufti. Since weather was so bad (and only tents and a small car with us) we decide to book a hostel for the night. Headed to a local pub where we ordered THE most epic burgers AND Viking ...