Fact File

Great weather from May through to October. Rains only occasionally. Temperatures can climb into the late 30s in July and August. The heat can build up leading to dramatic thunderstorms. Early and late season, the mornings and evenings can be chilly but we provide duvets and blankets for a cosy stay.

Le Camp Facilities
There are 3 family size shower rooms in our beautiful wooden shower house set amongst the trees. Some of our safari tents also have private en-suite showers.

Le Camp's terrain is not well suited to wheelchairs, however we do have one accessible toilet and shower which can be made available with advance notice, and a flat pitch near the front entrance suitable for a bell tent. Please get in touch to discuss any accessibility requirements before booking.

In the Summer Kitchen, guests each have their own cooking station, with hob, fridge and storage space. There are also barbeques. Guests staying in our penthouse tent Mount Kenya, have their own outdoor kitchen on their private plateau and therefore do not have a cooking station in the shared kitchen. Next to the kitchen is a comfortable and spacious seating area with tables, chairs and sofas, to eat and relax under. This is a covered space. Le Camp offers darts, petanque, a sandpit, a climbing frame and table tennis. There is a washing machine (free of charge with washing liquid and fabric softener provided) and washing lines. At the Gatehouse, you will find multiple charging points, a range of guidebooks, maps and access to our free wifi. There is also space to work here should the need arise. There is parking provided and your bags will be transported to and from your tent by us.

 Le Camp Provisions
Our aim is for you to travel light and to make your holiday preparations as stress free as possible. We have tried to think of everything you might need. We provide big comfy beds, bedding, towels, spare blankets, solar lights, organic soap, full range of kitchen appliances (dishwashers, hobs, fridges, oven, microwave) and all the usual crockery, pots, pans and utensils. There is a variety of kitchen condiments (salt, sugar, mustard, vinegar, oils, herbs spices etc). We have a selection of easy reading books, magazines and board games. Please note: there are plenty of places to re-charge electrical equipment (mobile phones, cameras etc) around Le Camp, but there are no power sources in the tents.

For children; cot, sheet and blanket, or single bed and duvet, baby bath, high chair, changing mat, plastic cups, plates and cutlery, potty, microwave, rucksack baby carrier, spare push chair and loads of toys!

What to bring; a torch, rubber shoes / jelly sandals for river trips, fleece for the occasional cold morning or evening, pyjamas and pool towels.

What not to bring; a tent

 And Finally....
There is a high risk of fire, especially during the hot dry summer months. Therefore please do not bring your own barbeque to Le Camp and respect our no smoking policy. Le Camp is situated on hilly uneven terrain so please bring suitable footwear. The natural swimming pond does not have a lifeguard but is fully fenced with a safety gate. Children are your responsibility and must be closely supervised at all times.


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