Ekorian’s Mugie Camp (named after the Olive tree in the Turkana language) is found on the Mugie Ranch which has is 46,000 acres but 22,000 acres has been set aside to create Mugie Sanctuary.
A glimpse of Ekorian’s Mugie Camp
- Camp has six guest tents
- Each en suite, with thatched roofs
- Wooden deck floors and a central mess and dining tent.
- Day and night game drives guided walks
- Fly camping , bush meals and day to day cattle activities
- Fishing and kayaking
- visits to Samburu and Pokot markets
- Walking with blood hounds during their daily exercises.
Highlights of Ekorian’s Mugie Camp
- Home to around seventy species of mammal including lion, cheetah, leopard, buffalo, elephant, eland and hyena.
- Many endangered species reside here including the Grevy’s Zebra and Jackson’s Hartebeest.
- In the heart of the sanctuary is a dam that provides water for the wildlife
- Migratory birds from as far away as Siberia are attracted to the dam and are among over 280 bird species found on Mugie.
- Bass and tilapia fishing is currently being introduced on the dam.
Adventure and Pleasure of Ekorian’s Mugie Camp
- Optional extra activities include camel rides
- Golfing at Mugie Golf Course this is one of Kenya’s northernmost golf courses.
- Beautiful course has two-tier greens and is nestled among a grove of olive trees offers a challenge for even the most experienced golfer.
- Mugie is one of the core study areas of the ‘Laikipia Predator Project’, a research study aimed at improving the conservation of large carnivores throughout Africa.
- Laikipia District is one of the few areas where people, livestock and predators co-exist.
- On Mugie the project focuses mainly on lion, which come into the most serious conflict with livestock owners resulting in the unlawful killing of predators.
- Mugie works closely with the ‘Laikipia Predator Project’ and visitors to Mugie may be able to join in tracking lion.
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