CAPACITY

Enasoit Camp accommodates 16 guests in 8 tented cottages. Additional capacity can be arranged upon request. There are also 2 thatched cottage rooms at the Pool House (5 min drive from Enasoit Camp), which can be used as additional accommodation for larger groups.

EXCLUSIVE USE

Enasoit Camp is booked on an exclusive basis only – for one group of guests at a time. Guests have exclusive use of Enasoit Camp and the 4,500 acre wildlife reserve; and access to adjoining 50,000 acre wildlife reserve.

RATES

Rates start from $4,788 per night for exclusive use of Enasoit for up to 6 people. Additional guests are charged on a per person basis and conservation fees of $100 per adult per night and $50 per child (5 - 15 years) per night apply. The rates vary by season. Please contact us for further information and a detailed quote.

INCLUDED IN OUR RATES
  • Full board accommodation
  • House and premium wines and spirits, beers and soft drinks
  • Conservation fees
  • Transfers to and from the Enasoit airstrip
  • Game drives and night drives
  • Guided game walks
  • Horse riding
  • Picnics and bush dinners under the stars
  • Massage treatments
  • Wi-Fi within camp
  • Laundry
  • Extended game drives and excursions to the neighbouring conservancy Lolldaiga Hills

View and download our published rates and other information here.

EXCLUDED FROM OUR RATES
  • Champagne
  • Staff gratuities
  • Medical insurance, travel insurance and personal effects
  • Additional activities and extras
CHILD RATES

Child rates apply to those aged 5 to 15 years inclusive. Those aged 16 years and above are charged the adult rate. Children 4 years and under stay free of charge.
Extra beds for children can be arranged on request.

FAMILY SAFARIS

Enasoit is ideally suited for families and multi generational safaris and we welcome guests of all ages. The camp water hole attracts an array of wildlife and this provides exceptional nature experiences for members of the family that may prefer to stay in camp rather than go on game drives and walks.

THE TEAM

Pete and Karen Glover and their team manage Enasoit Camp. Pete and Karen are Kenyan born and live permanently at Enasoit with their two children.  They built Enasoit Camp in 2002, and have managed it ever since. Many of our staff have been with us for over 20 years and all of our staff have a deep knowledge of the area and wildlife.

FOOD AND DIETARY REQUIREMENTS

As Enasoit is a small and exclusive camp, catering for all dietary requirements is possible. Food allergies and dietary requests should be arranged prior to arrival. Fresh ingredients are grown in our kitchen garden or sourced locally and the style of cooking is wholesome, home cooking.

CLIMATE AND SEASONS

Enasoit Camp is located on the equator at 6,000 ft, which means days are warm (mid 20’s celcius) and mornings and evenings are cooler. The rainy seasons typically fall at then end of April, in May and November. January to March are the warmest months, and June to September are a bit cooler.

GETTING TO ENASOIT

Enasoit Camp is easily accessed by a 45-minute flight or 4-hour drive from Nairobi.
Enasoit has its own airstrip (5 minute drive from Enasoit Camp) where private charter flights can land, and there are daily scheduled flights to Nanyuki (1-hour drive from Enasoit Camp). Guests arriving by helicopter can land directly at Enasoit Camp.

MALARIA PREVENTION

Guests should seek professional medical advice before travelling to Kenya, including advice about malaria prophylactics, recommended vaccinations and the relevant travel and medical insurance.

TIPPING CULTURE

In the safari industry it is customary to tip the camp staff and your guide at the end of your stay. Gratuities are welcomed and greatly appreciated; please speak to the camp managers for advice and procedures.

ELECTRICITY AT THE CAMP

There is 24-hour power in Camp, supplied by solar panels and a back-up generator. Guests can charge electric appliances in their rooms, or in the main areas.

WILDLIFE

One of the unique and amazing features of Enasoit Camp is the close proximity to wildlife. Enasoit Camp is an unfenced property on a wildlife conservancy, and as a result guests are advised to always maintain a safe distance from wildlife and not to walk anywhere unaccompanied.

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