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Great camp situated right on the Tsavo River. It is also close the a railway that while being built lions kept eating the workers hence the name. All the staff were helpful and very friendly especially Rosemary who made us laugh. The room were nice,...More
The camp is in a secluded location outside the tsavo park. The nearest entry point into the park is manyani gate.
We did brave a full day game drive from manyani gate to voi gate exit. The game in the park is scarce and spread....More
Response from VoiWildlife, Guest Relations Manager at Man Eaters CampResponded July 26, 2018
Thank you for your feedback, glad you enjoyed your stay at man eaters camp.
We look forward to hosting you again.
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A perfect, true African experience! Very friendly and service-minded staff who go out of their way to make your stay as good as possible! Food was delicious and of high class. The tents being a meter from where the wild animals pass and close to...More
Driving from Naivasha to Tiwi Beach, this was a great stopover location for us. It was relatively easy to find, and a great refuge away from the Mombasa highway. Peaceful. Not too busy. Lovely pool with bar area. Good hospitality. The only niggle was a...More
Conveniently located 1km from the Mombassa Road this is an easy stop off. The place is friendly, the pool is good, the food is fine and the history is interesting. The location next to the river is interesting and we saw some wildlife. The rooms...More
Response from VoiWildlife | Property representative |
Hi, thank you for your message, we will be able to send you the costs of transportation from the airport to the camp. Kindly call +254 722 201 240 for more information.
I look forward to your mail
Hi, Yes we had a land cruiser (8 seater) with a wonderful guide. He was our guide for the entire time. Please talk to Edwin, Tsavo National Park, he will organise for you. Our guides name was Peter, he was excellent.