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Unfortunately, I had a bad experience.
I had already paid accomodation fee including half board, but I was billed meal fee.
The staff visited my room before midnight and requested pay cash without a bill, because it is early departure in the morning.
Response from Rivertrees, General Manager at Rivertrees Country InnResponded 2 weeks ago
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As your statement is a bit of a shock to us we would appreciate if you could assist with sharing more details so we can investigate further the matter.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Very nice facility to base your excursions into Arusha or the crater area. Food was very good. Everyone was very helpful. The gravel pathways did pose a minor problem for pushing a wheelchair. They kept the grounds immaculate. Fun watching the monkeys play right outside...More
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The grounds are incredible! You could spend an hour just walking and exploring before or after your great meal. Lovely escape from the dustiness of the area. Definitely try the vegetable curry and garden salad (so many veggies!).
The accommodation and setting is lovely and the staff very attentive.
Breakfast was good but the evening set menu was very ‘average’ with no choice other than meat or vegetarian It would be better to have a credit against the à la carte menu.
Stayed for 3 nights after safari. One of the shortcomings was that pool area was closed so could not enjoy full relaxation. Rooms are actually individual small cottages placed in exceptionally green territory. There are plenty of place to walk around and you can come...More
Response from skip181sg | Reviewed this property |
Just to answer #1 a bit better...
The migration is actually a year-round event as the animals move from Tanzania's Ngorongoro Reserve in January, up through the Serengeti around June and hit Kenya's Masai Mara around... More
Just to answer #1 a bit better...
The migration is actually a year-round event as the animals move from Tanzania's Ngorongoro Reserve in January, up through the Serengeti around June and hit Kenya's Masai Mara around September, before journeying south again.
IMHO what and where and when you want to be... Be on the opposite side of the Mara River from where the Herds are coming from and time ypur trip accordingly...
North from Masaai Mara Kenya to Serengeti Tanzania - Be at Northern Serengeti southern side of Mara River Tanzania September thru October and Early November as an example.
Response from LeighAnne712 | Reviewed this property |
The room I stayed in had twin beds with a very large bath. I was in what RiverTree referred to as the "farm house" and had a separate door inside that lead to a very large living area that was open to use by you or other... More
The room I stayed in had twin beds with a very large bath. I was in what RiverTree referred to as the "farm house" and had a separate door inside that lead to a very large living area that was open to use by you or other visitors. Good location and nice to have this added feature.