Found in a remote northern corner of the Serengeti, in a 10 000 hectare wildlife concession leased from Maasai landlords, Klein's Camp combines comfortable rustic luxury with a phenomenal wildlife experience. Purposefully placed on the edge of the Kuka Hills, the annual Great Migration passes through the valley below, affording guests incredible views. Being located in this private concession practically allows guests to have the animals all to themselves.
The camp's 10 cottages are comprised of makuti thatch and local stone. The cottages' comfortable beds, en-suite bathrooms and rich wooden flooring is enhanced by the excellent game viewing possible from the rooms' private verandas. Huge herds of elephant as well as year round big cat sightings make Klein's Camp a wildlife extravaganza.
The camp's safari shop provides guests with the chance to buy locally made Maasai crafts while the swimming pool offers guests the chance to relax, tucked into the hillside with incredible views. The large camp bar and main dining area are beautifully furnished, with some dishes made using vegetables picked fresh from the camp's organic garden.
How to get to Klein's Camp
Klein's Camp is a 45 minute game drive from Klein's airstrip.
Activities at Klein's Camp
Twice daily game drives, bush walks, night drives and community visits.
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We were unimpressed with Klein's Camp and I wouldn't recommend this specific camp for an experienced safari goer, as they will be let down. Everyone was nice, but there was nothing special about our experience and the staff did not seem eager to impress us. We were not aware that the camp ran on generator power. As someone coming from a country that runs on generator power, I wasn't pleased that I was on vacation and still had to be concerned with ample hot water and power issues. The food was ok, but the dining experience was lacking. While the camp was mediocre, the game in the Serengeti was fantastic. Our driver was ok, but needed work on interpersonal skills. I expected a driver that would enthusiastically share stories and facts, but our driver was very quiet and difficult to understand. The only thing I felt irritated about with regard to the game drives is that there were other vehicles that were not AndBeyond on the concession during our evening game drives. Our driver refused to tell them to leave even though I repeatedly asked. This made me speculate that the drivers all know each other and allow it. This irritated me because we were tracking lions and instead of 3 Andbeyond trucks, we had 6 trucks making for a crowded experience. I feel like we paid for a camp with a private concession so that we could have a more private experience. Overall, just mediocre, especially when compared to Bateleur CampRead full trip review
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