Eco Lodge: Eagle View Camp in Kenya

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Situated within Mara Naboisho Conservancy and dedicated to sustainable practices, Eagle View Camp is a superb, luxurious eco-camp in the African wilderness. The 50,000-acre conservancy is a remote area in Kenya, a huge expanse of communal lands shared with large numbers of wildlife.

Eagle View Camp is set atop a hill overlooking a waterhole in the surrounding savannah, which is teeming with life. It offers downright unparalleled views, while also offering its guests the chance head down to the plains and see wildlife from up close. The waterhole is a popular gathering place for many species of African animals, such as antelopes, elephants, zebras and giraffes. Additionally, the Mara Naboisho Conservancy is home to a population of about 70 lions, which rivals that of the Ngorongoro Crater. Spotting a lion, in other words, is almost guaranteed during a stay at this phenomenal camp.

The camp is made up of nine tents with double lookout points, all featuring earthy colors, canvas walls and ceilings, twin or double beds, and a wooden frame. The tents are made entirely of sustainably-sourced materials and their colors make them blend in into the environment amazingly. Every tent also features its own bio-flush toilet, one indoor shower and one open-air safari shower. The private observation decks around each of the tents allow guests to spend their mornings and evenings scanning the horizon for wildlife.

This multi-award-winning eco-camp in Kenya offers a range of activities as well, the most popular of which are the guided bush walks and wildlife safaris. These trips take place around the camp, further into the conservancy or in the nearby Masai Mara National Reserve. Guests can head out to find the iconic Big Five—lion, elephant, leopard, rhino and buffalo—during the day or go on a night safari to spot an entirely different range of animals, including bush babies, aardvarks and hyenas.

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