Our award-winning camps all have Covid-compliant licenses to safely operate and all our staff have received their first dose of the Astrazeneca vaccine. With Governors’, you can experience three unique destinations in Kenya: The Masai Mara, Laikipia and the Great Rift Valley , all within our Covid-safe ‘bubble’ which includes our properties, staff, cars, balloons and flights!
In Kenya and Rwanda, we’re pleased to offer in-camp Covid testing arrangements for our guests, to make your trip a whole lot easier.
Set in the heart of Africa’s Great Plains, the Masai Mara boasts 1,672 sq. kilometers of unspoilt wilderness.
The Laikipia region of Kenya offers a real and pristine wilderness experience off the beaten track.
Breathtaking natural scenery combines with some of Africa’s most memorable wildlife. The Great Rift Valley is a highlight of any trip to Kenya.
The ‘Land of a Thousand Hills’, Rwanda is a land of thrilling beauty, of rolling mountainous landscapes and the most important refuge for the rare…
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We have 7 locations across Kenya and Rwanda. Our camps and lodges have been carefully sited to place our clients at the heart of the action in some of the world’s most precious wildlife areas.
"Governors’ Camp properties combine the best locations in the Masai Mara with the best-designed vehicles and exceptionally highly trained and experienced guides to give our clients un-matched game-viewing and photographic opportunities in the world’s prime wildlife area. "
"View the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth, the Great Migration, when millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle arrive on the plains of the Masai Mara. "
"Take to the skies with us for a ballooning adventure over the river, forests and plains of the Great Masai Mara."
"Trek to see the high endangered but utterly thrilling Mountain Gorilla. "
"Visit a traditional Masai Manyatta to learn about the fascinating Masai culture and experience a way of life unchanged for centuries."