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Governors' Private Camp Governors' Private Camp

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The jewel in the Governors’ Camp crown; for those who want an exclusive taste of the Governors’ experience. Private Camp can either be booked by one family or group at a time, so it’s yours to enjoy, as the name suggests, in private, or it can be booked on a tent by tent basis to share with others. We’ve picked a spot where animals come to drink, hippo laze in the shallows, elephant bring their calves for a playful dip. The forest around the camp is home to many beautiful birds from rare Trogans and Turacos to nesting Hornbills. Personal attention is the hallmark of a stay here. Your manager is also your host and is on hand to see to all your desires and answer all your questions. You benefit from our very best guides and trackers, whose knowledge of the Reserve is unsurpassed. Backed by the vast resources of the Governors’ Family of Camps this is the ultimate safari.  We accept indivual bookings at Governors Private Camp which means you can book a tent and share the camp with others. The camp will still be available for private groups too, inorder to book the whole camp privately you must book and pay for 6 tents per night or if your group will occupy more than 6 tents, you must book and pay for every tent occupied.  

If you would like to make and enquiry or make a booking for Governors Private Camp then please contact us. 

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February Game Report Masai Mara

With a little rain falling we have seen the arrival of the wildebeest and zebra from the first of the annual migrations with thousands of wildebeest and zebra covering the plains around our camps. The wildebeest were also calving and there were young at every turn. With the fruit easing off in the woodlands families of elephant have moved out to the grasslands to feed and there are some small calves amongst the family groups. The resident lion prides have been feeding on the many zebras and wildebeest that are around. The pride has split into different groups and with the males spending weeks away the females have had to contend with incursions from nomadic males. Leopard and cheetah sightings remain good and Malaika has been busy teaching her cubs the art of hunting and survival on the plains of the Masai Mara.

Guest Comments

April 2012 by Guido from UK

I just wanted to drop you a short note to say how much we enjoyed the stay at Private Camp. We were very well looked after. Heather the camp manager did a sterling and proffesional job and all families got everything they hoped for out of the 3 days plus more.