I think you either love it or hate it. This was just too much eco friendly camping for me as a senior. Twenty litres of water for a shower each day. So that means one shower per day. The amount of water is really not a problem as you can easily take a shower with that much water, and it does make you think about our wasteful consumption back in the States. You have to obviously step up and over the tent to enter and step up and over the back tent for entry to the bathroom. A pain in the middle of the night. The problems for me was that it was hot in the tent when you returned to camp and feeling sticky and hot yourself, it remained uncomfortable. Remember, one shower a day. By the second day the toilet began to smell which really cemented my dislike for this camping experience. If your'e dreaming of "Out of Africa", there was no romance in this experience from my perspective. If the sounds of a hyena and lions in the night make up for the discomfort, then this is the place is for you. I agree with other reviews that it does have good food and a great staff.
- Also Known As:
- Serengeti Wilderness Camp Hotel
- Serengeti Wilderness Camp Hotel Serengeti National Park