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how do i describe my stay.Excellent camp in there own conservancy.Tents well placed and spacious. how do i describe the staff and food. Ever smiling staff and welcoming. The driver guide and his assistant very humble and always ready to whatever you ask them. What...More
My husband and I stayed at Bushtops for part of our honeymoon. It was an incredible experience. We loved every part of it - the staff, the camp, the drives, the beautiful animals we were lucky enough to see and the food were all excellent....More
The luxurious rooms are all private with magnificent views. It was a treat to wake up and hear buffalo eating grass metres away whilst lion and hyena are also making their presence known. The food was absolutely faultless and level of service was off the...More
Simply outstanding! Service and luxury beyond expectations! We stayed for 3 nights and we wanted to stay more ..
Hassan our guide Jacob our Masai tracker did all possible means to make our game drives interesting, informative and pampering! The breakfast and lunches in the...More
The most memorable vacation in my life. The staff and rangers are amazingly hospitable, friendly and the service exceeded our imagination. Thank you for allowing us to share this heavenly feeling in the wild. Peter and Daniel's knowledge of the wild were exceptional and the...More
The camp sits in its own private conservancy which has impressive wildlife numbers. Pride of 14 resident Lion called the Bushtops pride, group of over 50 Resident Giraffe. A resident Leopard. If you go on the Bushtops... More
The camp sits in its own private conservancy which has impressive wildlife numbers. Pride of 14 resident Lion called the Bushtops pride, group of over 50 Resident Giraffe. A resident Leopard. If you go on the Bushtops website you’ll see info on there natural salt Lick they have in front of the restaurant. Attracts a lot of wildlife daily. The reserve is just under 30 minutes drive away. The conservancy is also home to a historical Maasai cave which is exclusive to Bushtops guests. There info on the cave excursion on the website too. It’s called the “Kakiya cave”