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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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October Wildlife Report Masai Mara

October saw the arrival of the first rains. With the migration on the move the big river crossings continued with crocodile feeding in the water and leopard hunting on the river banks. Elephant families were seen feeding in the long grasses and a big herd of Eland moved into the marsh close to our camps. Large clans of spotted hyena roam the plains and ostriches were displaying for a their mates. In the Marsh Pride with the males away there have been incursions from other males, one male Blackie was badly beaten by the returning males who found him in their territory. The vets were called to treat him and he is making a good recover. We have had great leopard sightings especially of mothers with cubs and the cheetah Malaika has moved her cubs onto the plains closer to us where we have had frequent sightings of them hunting.

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.