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Kigio Wildlife Camp
Kigio Wildlife Camp, surrounded by a fever tree woodland, is a natural retreat overlooking the glorious woodlands and the Malewa River inside the Kigio Wildlife Conservancy.
Designed in a dramatic architectural style inspired by traditional African building methods, the lodge's thatched roofed buildings create a rustic feel.
There are 11 spacious suites and a 2-bedroom family suite, each built on a deck and containing a large bedroom and sitting area, a private bathroom with flush toilet, shower and balcony.
The guest dining and sitting areas are situated in a glade overlooking a towering red cliff that houses colonies of bee-eaters.
At night hippo and buffalo visit the camp to feed on ground salts and vegetation, and in the morning zebra and giraffe wander through to the chorus of many birds - more than 200 species have been recorded.
Activities offer you a rewarding wildlife experience that could consist of several outdoor pursuits including nature walks with naturalists, fishing and biking, sundowners at scenic view points, besides day and night game drives.
The Kigio Wildlife Camp is extremely environmentally conscious. Solar power is used to generate electricity; waste is recycled; water is filtered using natural methods; and hot water is supplied by efficient kuni (wood) boilers.
Head office (Sydney):
Level 2, 11 York Street, Sydney, NSW, 2065
+61 2 9877 6789
Off Ggaba Road,
Kansanga-Nabutiti, Plot 256
3 Derry Road
+27 83 334 8572