An Eco-Tented Home for the promotion of good practices in natural resources management.

About Mukuru Eco-Tented Camps

When you come to Mukuru Eco-Tented Camps, you don’t only stay at the camp. You stay within the Mkuru community, which our camp is strongly connected with– through our staff and camp manager, but also through a historical bond, and common engagement and commitment to sustainable development.

So, when you come to our camp, you directly contribute to the wellbeing of Mkuru communities and, in return, you are warmly welcomed to explore, discover and experience Mkuru, to connect with its people and to just feel at home.


Our Accommodation

We offer a wide variety of accommodation from Eco-Tents and Makuti Houses to Domitories and Camping Site.

Eco Tents

We have five [5] canvas tents on platform, furnished with two beds each A simple clothes rack and a night table will help you keep your belongings in order. In addition, a pair of safari…

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Makuti House

There is also a Makuti room [house] built by using local materials. Like the tents, the Makuti room is furnished with two beds, a simple clothes rack and a night table.

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Accommodation facilities also include two dormitories which is furnished with double decker beds to accommodate 18 people each. This is a budget accommodation for volunteers, support staff…

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Public camping site in natural setting large enough to accommodate hundreds of campers. The campers use the adjacent camp facilities like toilets when camping.

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Our Programs & Activities

At Mukuru Eco-Tented Camps, we provide you with a wide choice to engage in activities you may prefer, short walks or more demanding hikes...

Recreation: Maasai Warrior Practices and Games

Learn to play some traditional Maasai group games and test your reflex! A group of young Maasai from Mkuru community will come to the camp and involve you to play their favourite leisure…

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Community: Medicinal Tooth Brushes

Learn to identify plants from which local people use as tooth brushes that contain natural chemicals that enhance functioning of gums. This is part of the bush activity

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Livelihood: Food Market

You may wish to organize your stay at the camp such that you are able to visit the colorful Maasai market which is held on Saturdays every week at the nearby Oldonyosambu village. You may…

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Animal Spotting

Our local tour guides will communicate to you meanings of the wild animals you will encounter in the area based on basic information about the animals.Take an early morning or evening walk…

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Livelihood: Clothes Market

You may be more interested to visit the clothes section of the Maasai market at the nearby Oldonyosambu Maasai market. 

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Training: Beading

Maasai people have been making jewelry from beads since the beginning of history. We provide an opportunity for you to participate in one-on-one beading workshops, often communicating…

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