The camp is run by Oria Douglas-Hamilton, who's been studying elephants for more than 40 years, runs the camp and has shared her scientific discoveries with the world.
The camp has six cozy tents with bathrooms, all made from natural materials, including trees knocked down by elephants. These tents are set in a woodland by the Ewaso Nyiro river. They're big on living by eco-friendly principles—getting their electricity from the sun, sourcing food locally from the Mt. Kenya foothills or their organic farm in Naivasha, and being careful about waste by managing and recycling it.
Elephant Watch is like the ultimate in fancy eco-living and a top-notch wildlife adventure. With deep ties to elephant conservation in Kenya’s Samburu National Reserve, it's where your dream of an African adventure with no compromises comes true. Spend awesome days with wild animals, guided by charming pros, and meet top conservationists. When you return to camp, you'll be surrounded by luxury that's super mindful of the environment. Say goodbye to the chaos of modern life as your soul gets a nature reboot.