the lodge


We can welcome up to 60 students to the camp on each programme. Each tent can house two to four students with en-suite bathroom and is safely placed on wooden galleries. Boys and girls are in separate accommodation.

Communal Areas

Chyulu Wilderness Camp has been designed to respect traditional Maasai architecture and culture. It boasts a traditional African lounge, dining room, library, conference room, outdoor fireplace and cafe.


As an eco-lodge, the camp uses photovoltaic panels for electricity and hot water and recycles all rubbish produced on site. We treat water with environmentally-friendly processes and day-to-day transport is by electric Land Rovers.


To live this back-to-nature experience in full, there is no connection for mobile phone or WIFI. Students will have access to Internet in the library for specific tasks relating to the programme.  The Camp Directors are in constant communication with families and schools to update them of the students’ progress.
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