Do you accommodate special dietary requirements?
Please let us know about your dietary requirements in advance and we will cater for your particular preferences.
What activities are there?
Due to the location of the camp in the middle of the best wildlife-viewing area, walking out of camp is not possible. However you will be taken on game drives and can enjoy picnic lunches as well as sundowner drinks in specially selected spots. For an extra fee you can enjoy a hot air balloon ride, and we can also arrange visits to a Maasai village as well as walks outside the Reserve with an armed ranger, in the Conservancy area.
Do I need to take any health precautions?
Malaria can be avoided by using repellents and staying well covered when around mosquitoes. However some doctors recommend malaria prophylactics, as well as certain inoculations before travelling in Kenya. It is always advisable to also consult your own doctor for your best personal advice.
Are there any snakes or bugs?
You are in the wild, which is naturally home to a wealth of animal, reptile and insect life! Snakes and stinging insects are unlikely to feature in your safari, but if they do you will most likely find that you will incorporate them as part of your African experience. Snakes are more scared of you than you are of them and tend to stay out of your way.
How do I tip the staff?
Gratuities are at your discretion. We advise you to tip your driver/guide at the end of your last game drive. For all other camp staff, excluding the drivers/guides, we have a gratuity box located in the lounge which is then shared equally.
How can I book Ilkeliani?
Contact our reservation offices directly (contacts listed on our contacts page) or through your travel agent.
Can I ask you a question that isn’t listed?
Yes you can! Just mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
we will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have!