Governors' Camp

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Governors’ Camp Collection is the pioneer of the luxury safari experience having created Governors’ Camp on the banks of the Mara River as early as 1972. Each of our award-winning properties are located in the very best wildlife locations that East Africa has to offer. When you stay with us, you can rest assured that you are fully immersed in the heart of the action, in the best game viewing areas of the Masai Mara, Laikipia and the Great Rift Valley in Kenya. We are deeply focused on and committed to a range of community and conservation projects in our areas of operation

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Activities offered

  • Accommodation
  • Mobile Safaris
  • Honeymoon safaris
  • Photography
  • Walking Safaris
  • Golf
  • Eco tourism
  • Safaris - Fixed Camp
  • Weddings
  • Cultural activities
  • Canoeing
  • Bird Watching

Where we operate

  • Kenya

Where we’re based

  • Kenya

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Eburru Rafiki


Eburru Rafiki (ER) is a focused initiative playing an active role in the rejuvenation of the Eburru Forest State Reserve and the biodiversity within it. ER is playing its role as a member of the Eburru Community Forest Association (ECFA) and is committed to conserving the forest within the fenced forest boundary and to participate actively in the management of the forest as a member of the Eburru Forest Level Management Committee (EFLMC).
Karen Street Children's Trust


For the past twenty-six years the Karen Street Children’s Trust (KSCT) has been working to build a brighter future for impoverished and disadvantaged children from the slums surrounding the Karen suburb of Nairobi. To date they have helped nearly 200 young people build worthwhile lives through education, training and employment opportunities. They are currently working with 40 sponsored students. Each has been selected on the basis of hardship at home and the potential to benefit from a good education.

Amongst their alumni they have an architect, quantity surveyor, clinical officer, nurse, actuary, many accountants, environmental scientist, computer engineers, bankers, community workers, businessmen, solar engineers, caterers, electricians, carpenters, mechanics and many others. For each of the students, these achievements are the result of many years of sponsorship and mentoring from the KSCT.

Governors’ is proud to have been supporting the work of this charity from its inception with logistical support, apprenticeship training schemes and long term employment for the graduates.

Mara Predator Conservation Programme


MPCP supports stable, healthy predator populations in the Greater Mara Ecosystem by providing scientific evidence for conservation action.
The Kenya Bird of Prey Trust


The mission of The Kenya Bird of Prey Trust is to understand, protect and restore raptor populations in Kenya.​ We do this through field monitoring, evidence-based raptor management, community education and capacity building.

The Mara-Meru Cheetah Project


Aims to secure habitats for the long-term survival of cheetahs and their ecosystems through multi-disciplined and integrated scientific research, community outreach and education programs