All our reception team is at your disposal to make your reservation and answer all your questions.
We offer you the opportunity to book your stay by filling out our form in “contact”.
Our manager will contact you to record your booking.
Your flight booking should be communicated 15 days before your arrival.
Terms of payment
A deposit of 50% of your stay must be paid into our bank account 15 days before your arrival date.
Any cancellation is non refundable and your deposit will be paid to our school Ol Donyo Oibor for the needs of the canteen, payment of salaries of our teachers, or clinic. You will be informed of the use of these funds and receive a receipt allowing you to deduct from your taxes.
By road, our lodge is about 3 hours drive from Nairobi airport a few kilometers from the city of Kimana. Arrival times are based on the formula chosen, no later than 16h local time, for safety reasons it is not advisable to drive at night.
Passport valid for 6 months after the date of return
Compulsory Visa obtained at the airport, count € 50, also issued at the Kenyan Embassy in France.
General safety conditions : you are advised to consult the website of Ministry of Foreign Affairs in France http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/
Regulations in the nature reserves and parks
In nature reserves and parks, it is imperative to comply with the regulations and recommendations of the guards. It is especially forbidden to walk out of the areas provided for this purpose and to go out at night in the parks.
Clothing and Luggage
On Safaris, it is always better to “travel light”. Because of dust, protect your clothes with plastic bags inside the bags as well as your cameras.
Please bring scarf, hat, hardwearing, loose cotton clothing, and an fundamental fleece for the evenings and mornings on safaris, where the altitude is 2000 m or more. Lightweight and comfortable shoes. Headlamp.
Be careful not to bring neon colors, choose khaki or similar !!
No vaccine is mandatory for people from the European continent. However, the following vaccinations are highly recommended: yellow fever, hepatitis A and B. The vaccine against meningitis is highly recommended for long stays. All precautions against malaria, endemic in some areas must be respected. * Protect yourselves, at night, against mosquito bites, vectors
of malaria (long-sleeved clothing, mosquito nets, insecticides).
Bring with you
Drugs:Drugs used regularly at home, bandages and disinfectant, antipyretic and drugs against diarrhea. Paracetamol. anti-inflammatory
Complex Imodium + ercéfuril or Tiorfan for intestinal disorders. Spasfon. Antihistamine like Claritin analgesic. Broad spectrum antibiotic such as Clamoxyl 500.
Other: see the family doctor or pharmacist.
- Sunscreen, moisturizer.
- mosquito Spray, some disposable wipes impregnated with alcohol, bandages, disinfectant eye drops, analgesic, thermometer, Parfenac or identical in case of insect bites.
+ + Mosquito spray (type “5 of 5″), a soothing cream type Homeoplasmine
* Avoid drinking tap water (unless boiled), which is of a highly variable quality, and ice; bottled water is recommended. There are also water disinfection tablets and microbial filters. It is important to follow the directions of the expedition leader, who knows all the characteristics of each location visited and who will not fail to inform you.