The musty military tents are very much run down, I guess about 20 years old; the pool was very dirty during our whole stay of three days. The staff is very lazy, gives no explanations during the drives; the sit together during the meals, apart from the guests; all requests - even like for herbal tea instead of black tea - are ignored. But the worst was the lack of suitable safari cars: The cars of the tented camp as well as the main camp completely don't have a roof! From the airstrip you have to drive for one hour in the heat of the day in the strong sun exposure to the camp. Nobody cares. All the tours are done in these old cars as well. We have been in about 25 safari lodges in Africa already, but we have never experienced such a catastrophe.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Although safari rustic in character every facility is provided. The tents are insect-proofed, have comfortable beds and each has an en-suite shower and W.C. Facility. There is an open sided thatch deck where meals are served and a traditional boma for intimate campfire dinners. This camp also contains a very welcome plunge pool and hide from where guests can spend their time between safaris. ... more less