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Wildebeest Camp

'One week of fun, good food, great company and the best tent we have ever slept in. It wasn't long enough'
Bianca & Gavin, Australia

'This is not a hotel - this is like staying with friends. We'll be back!'
Guido & Susanne, Germany

We loved our time here - thats why we kept coming back.'
Michelle & Alex, Canada

In May 2012, Wildebeest Camp 'went eco' and moved to the brilliant new location at 151 Mokoyeti Road West, Langata.

All other contact details remain the same. If you would like to see updated photos, facilities and prices, of the new camp - please go to our new website:

Make your stay in Nairobi memorable by staying in Nairobi's best-value permanent tented camp.

The friendly, homelike hospitality is what has made Wildebeest Camp Nairobi's best accommodation choice for budget and midrange travellers.

Wildebeest Camp is an oasis in Nairobi – the perfect place to relax during your African migration!

The beautifully-appointed rooms and deluxe safari tents will be a welcome place to stay before and after your safari.

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New home for Nairobi Backpackers!

Nairobi Backpackers has changed management and moved its home from Milimani Road to Wildebeest Camp. You will still have the options of great affordable accommodation and a relaxed atmosphere.

Jysk Rejsebureau Service Centre

For our Scandanavian visitors, Wildebeest Camp is home to the service centre for Jysk Rejsebureau.




Wildebeest Camp has been included in the list of 'Ten of the best cheap hostels in the World' by

Wildebeest Camp is a great base in Nairobi to travel within Kenya or East Africa. But don't be too keen to move on, there are loads of great things to do if you want to spend a couple of days Nairobi.

You can visit the baby elephants at the Sheldrik's Elephant Orphanage (from the BBC's Elephant Diaries), hand-feed or even kiss a giraffe, or visit the farm of Karen Blixen, famous from the book, and subsequent movie 'Out of Africa'.

The National Museum has reopened after an extensive renovation and is well worth a visit.

Close to our camp, you can purchase souvenirs at the Masai Market, visit Kibera (the largest slum in Sub-Saharan Africa) or dine at one of the many great restaurants in Nairobi - including the world famous Carnivore!

If you want to be a little more adventurous, you can cycle in Hell's Gate National Park, or go white water rafting on the Tana River.