I went there with my family last year. It was absolutely fantastic. We got in touch with Jock Anderson, a safari guide with over 40 years experience who just knew everything there was to know about Kenya and the wildlife.
The company is private, and although fairly expensive, it is the perfect way to experience the bush as it's a camp set up purely for you, wherever you want it. It is extemely luxurious and the food is fantastic. The staff are welcoming and helpful. In my opinion there is no better way of seeing Kenya if you do not like millions of tourists.
On the subject of lodges versus camping, it really doesn't matter to the animals how much you have paid. I went on a budget camping safari and saw the big five within the first day - including both black and white rhino, so many lions I lost count and three leopards.
The most important thing is to talk to your guide beforehand and ask lots of questions. The more knowledge they have, the better your chances of spotting some amazing animals.
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