Bird Watching, Rock Climbing, Hiking, Fishing - Camp Carnelley’s
What To Do...
Activities include nature walks and boat trips to the lake.
Trips to Hell’s Gate National Park, Mt. Longonot and other excursions can be arranged.
The campsite is the highlight of the trip.
Look Out For..
Why you'll enjoy this trip...
we had so much fun, especially birdwatching in the lake and a game drive at Hell's Gate! Brilliant!!
Don't forget to carry....
- Field Guide/ checklist
- Comfortable shoes and a hat
- Camera and accessories
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- Professional photography & guiding services
- Transport in private tour vehicle with open roof
- Pick up from and drop off to your area of residence or hotel within Nairobi
- Personalized service
- Tips and gratuities to driver/guides
- Entrance fee to activities labelled as “extra”
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