Day and night game drives affords safari-goers with possible sightings of wildlife such as the great rhino population, buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, elephant and predators such as lion, leopard ad cheetah. Game drives are conducted in specialized safari vehicles, with the option of experiencing wildlife from a rustic wooden-bodied car instead. Being close to the border with the Serengeti, the spectacular wildebeest migration moves through this area every year and prolific game viewing is guaranteed whether on foot or in a 4-wheel drive vehicle.
The hills behind the camp are an ideal place for guided bush walks, where breathtaking vistas can be admired and the elusive Colobus monkey might be spotted while Verreaux Eagles monitor the plains from above.
Bush meals and sundowners will be enjoyed in various remote spots of the conservancy.
Step into a traditional Masai village and witness the simplistic lives of these native people.
Fishing trips and swimming in the river can be organized by one of the staff members.
The swimming pool and spa area invite guests for ultimate relaxation during a refreshing dip or one of the offered spa treatments.