This is a wonderful place to stay but it's not for everyone especially if they are expecting a luxurious resort experience. To get to the "Camp" you are met at the bottom of a hill by the Camp's jeeps and at a slow but bouncy ride of about 800 meters you arrive at the entrance to the Camp. It is then a short walk to where you are met and assigned your "mud hut". The "mud huts" are extremely comfortable and very spacious and they all are named after local birds, mine was called Niltava. Because there is no electricity there are solar lamps in each hut and at night it is absolutely essential to either have a flashlight or a miner's headlamp to be able to see the path back to your room. There is solar heated hot water in each room and at night, if it is chilly, hot water bottles are put under the covers to warm up your bed! The chef is able to create amazing meals with limited facilities and the food is always delicious and substantial; if you are a vegetarian you can dine extremely well. I was traveling with a group, there were 8 of us, and the naturalists and drivers were so knowledgeable about the flora and fauna and their eyesight was unbelievable, they could identify a speck on the far side of a river as some type of Kingfisher and when we would look through our binoculars it was then that we could see what they saw. All in all it was a very memorable place to visit and stay and I would go back in a heartbeat. It lived up to every positive review I have read of the Camp.