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A great place to stay for watching elephants walk past your tent and giraffe and zebra. The staff were so friendly and explained how the camp worked. Only solar power so no ice with the gin and tonic!! The food was excellent. The staff are...More
This is an experience! We stayed 2 nights here while on safari in the Serengeti. The tented rooms are spacious even with a king size bed and have their own bathroom with a shower. As expected, conservation is a priority and electricity was conserved between...More
We stayed in this camp for 2 night and would never return again! The place in not safe at all – no fence, so the animals come really close to the huts, which is nice during the day, when you can take pictures of them,...More
loved this little gem in Ikoma. The rustic atmosphere is superb to relax in. Pepe the owner is very entertaining and remember that he is from Barcelona and is an ardent Barca fan. The environment is nice and we enjoyed it throughly. Will surely return
We camped here just for a night on our way to Ngorongoro. The best thing about this camp was that it was in the middle of the wilderness of Serengeti. There was no fencing and that gave us a feeling off being in the middle...More
Not 100 % sure, but probably if it has been clear weather - driven by solar power. Most places we stayed during our safari could offer it if we asked for it specificly, but looked a bit relieved when I said we didn’t need... More
Not 100 % sure, but probably if it has been clear weather - driven by solar power. Most places we stayed during our safari could offer it if we asked for it specificly, but looked a bit relieved when I said we didn’t need it:) warm safari breeze is also very good for hair drying 😊👌