Holiday Cheer at Campi ya Kanzi
Camp is full to capacity and bustling with activity. Our feast on Christmas Eve brought people together from five different countries to dine at our table. Kenyans, Italians, Americans, Norwegians, and Spaniards all enjoyed a magnificent four-course meal prepared on wood-burning stoves. Hikes, game drives, scenic flights, and cave dinners have kept the guests busy and bright-eyed from sunup to sundown. Scroll down for photos of our very happy holiday!
|Lions and African dolls adorn the Christmas tree in Tembo House.|
|Our wonderful waiters wore Santa hats!|
|Barbara, the Assistant to the Director, played Christmas music|
on her violin to set the tone for the evening.
|Traditional Christmas carols filled the air.|
|Lucrezia, daughter of camp co-founders Luca and Antonella,|
sat by the fire to enjoy the violin music.
|Our beautiful host, Antonella|
|Wreathed lanterns adorned the tables and provided a soft glow.|
|Matthew and Barbara were all smiles in Christmas red.|
|Our international guests enjoyed a delicious four-course meal.|
|We thanked the cooks and waiters for their tremendous effort.|
|The towering Christmas pudding!|
|We had not one dessert but two!|
We couldn't forget the traditional Italian panettone.
|Merry Christmas from Campi ya Kanzi!|