This eco-friendly bush home is located in the heart of the Kiunga Marine National Reserve in northern Kenya. The camp sits on a tranquil mangrove creek and offers a magical escape into one of the most pristine and little known areas of the East African Coast thereby providing utmost exclusivity. Champali camp is ideally situated to explore the mangrove creeks, the many sandy beaches and the greater Marine Reserve beyond. From simply spending days reading in the shade of the trees, to adventuring in unchartered territory, there is something for everyone, children and adults alike.
Champali Camp Accommodation
Champali Camp is comprised of one spacious mess banda and three large bedroom bandas that can sleep comfortably six adults and four children. it is ideal for families or honeymooners. It offers open plan sitting/dining area and separate kitchen and Power is via solar or generator. Although self-catering, the house is well staffed with a good local cook. There are no hosts, so you are invited to treat the place as your own with the help and guidance of the Champali team. The three bedroom bandas each have a wonderful view across the water and mangroves beyond, with plenty of space to sit and take it all in. The main mess on the other hand is spacious, comfortable and friendly with a fully furnished kitchen with gas stove & oven, fridge and drinks cooler. There are ceiling fans for the hot mid-days, but in the evening nothing beats sitting under the fantastic starry skies, or eating out on the beach with a fire. Water on the island comes by donkey from one central well, a long walk away, so guests are asked to use water sparingly though not at the cost of comfort!