Hopcraft, Swara Plains Acacia Camp – Athi River
Saturday 25 February 2017
Situated on the Kapiti Plains opposite the rugged Lukenya Hill, Swara Plains Acacia Camp (home to the Hopcraft family since Independence) is nestled in a glade of shady Yellow Fever Trees. It is a privately fenced 20,000 acre wildlife sanctuary with a good population of game animals, over 280 identified bird species and provides immense views with big skies.
Swara Plains is also home to the award-winning children’s bestseller HOW IT WAS WITH DOOMS turned movie, ‘Duma’. A Warner Bros feature film based on the Hopcraft’s true story of adopting an orphaned Cheetah cub, Dooms.
Join this trip and get a chance to absorb the unique history of Swara Plains and this majestic slice of Wild Africa!
Adult – Ksh 3,950
Child below 12 yrs – Ksh 3,150
Payment: Mpesa paybill, Business No: 400800, Account No: 6571570019
(Guests or non-member’s will be required to buy either a temporary or annual membership)
Swara Plains sanctuary fee
Game Drive (Cheetah, Zebra, Eland, Oryx, Giraffe, Ostrich, antelopes and many more)
Guided nature walk and spectacular bird watching, with Washington Wachira, guide
Movie screening fee
Tea/Coffee and snacks
Lunch. Bring your picnic lunch/snacks
Wear comfortable walking shoes/clothes
Bring your identity card/proof of residency, a hat, sunscreen lotion, sun glasses and drinking water.
Optional: binoculars and camera
Bookings: 0724 255 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For ease of planning, please book and pay by Fri 17 February