Champali Camp is a beautiful, eco-friendly Bush home on Kiwaiyu Island, in the heart of the Kiunga Marine National Reserve in northern Kenya. Situated on a tranquil mangrove creek, it offers a magical escape into one of the most pristine and little known corners of the East African coast.
The camp is built from mangrove poles and palm-thatch using local skills wherever possible, and consists of one spacious mess-banda and three large bedroom bandas all nestled under acacia trees overlooking the creek and the mangroves beyond. It comfortably sleeps 6 adults and 4 children.
The camp is self-catering, but 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 local community benefits from your stay, as does the Kiunga Marine National Reserve at large– so we invite you to enjoy unspoilt coastal Kenya, supporting conservation and a proud community behind it.