Islands Camp

Details

Details of Islands Camp

TENTS: 23

Small, exclusive and remote. Island Camp offers a perfect opportunity to escape the humdrum of city life or a change of pace in-between visiting the many national parks. A chance to relax, recuperate and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of this idyllic island.

Luxury tents come with en-suite bathroom, whether Twin, Double or Triple (for families).

All tents are shaded by a roof of Papyrus (local reeds) and are separated by green lawns and natural rockeries. They overlook the lake and beyond to the Great Rift Valley.

The majority of the Tents face the east to catch the beautiful sunrises across the lake.

For honeymooners, the Honeymoon suite is bigger and with a beautiful decor - a dream place.

Short Overview

Island Camp is located on Lake Baringo, one of only two freshwater lakes in the Rift Valley, and one of Kenya’s premier area for bird watching. Ol Kokwe island is home to this unique luxury tented camp. Built on a hill, the tents are perched on rocky outcrops or under trees most with view over the lake.

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