Fuzz’s New Camp

Fuzz’s New Camp

04/11/2022
Some good news – our Director, Fuzz Dyer has a new camp – Fuzz’s Camp- situated in a grove of mature Balanites trees close to  the Ngare Ndare river on Borana Conservancy in Northern Kenya.
 The Camp is small and private, with a lovely comfortable sitting room lounge, outside bar and a large dining mess tent. Five tents which have en-suite bathrooms with hot running water, twin wash basins, w/c and outdoor shower.
The camp  is currently hosted by Fuzz, his wife Bimbi and their wonderful team. It is ideally suited for private guides hosting their guests,  as well as small intimate groups wanting to spend time together in a home style bush camp that is neither corporate or pretentious.
The birdlife is wonderful, walks down the Ngare Ndare River are fabulous. Due to the location being on Borana Conservancy, you will pay their conservancy fees and it also easy to visit the neighboring Lewa Wildlife Conservancy though you would need to pay their conservancy fees as well.
 
Horse riding  is available as is E- bikes rides with Charlie Dyer – to be arranged through Fuzz.
Walking is perhaps the most popular activity – walking down  the river course in very scenic country  and enjoying being out  of  the vehicles.
All bookings are to be made through SCC via the contacts below;

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