Below you can find a selection of our most recent reviews and guest feedback. Happy reading!
Exceptional Private Lodge, Sensational Game Viewing and Guiding
We have been lucky enough to experience a number of safaris throughout Africa and all I can do is repeat the positive comments and sentiments of previous reviews about Naboisho. It is an incredibly special camp and team. The camp itself is beautiful and the layout is very well thought through and planned. There is huge attention to detail and all the 'things you know are missing when they aren't there' have been carefully thought of and provided in lavish, luxurious abundance. The service, food, styling and ambience are exceptional. This is bush living at its best and very few camps can match the overall quality of Naboisho.
The real magic however comes from the bush experience. The conservancy is stunningly beautiful and there is no need to venture into the main Mara reserve as there is a huge amount of healthy and diverse game on the door step - a female leopard killed a mature male impala in front of the mess tent whilst we had afternoon tea! The wildlife and landscape is truly brought to life by the phenomenal knowledge of the Masai guides and Roelof. The privacy of the reserve means that for the majority of sightings we were the only vehicle at a sighting. This is a very special camp located in an unrivalled section of the Mara serviced by a top quality team. Whilst there are many options in the Mara, I could not recommend Naboisho enough.
MattLondon13 (UK) | Stayed in August, 2014 at Naboisho Camp
The Perfect Ending to a Safari Vacation
We stayed at Matemwe Lodge for four nights after a safari in Tanzania. It was the perfect place to relax and enjoy views of the beautiful Indian Ocean. The accommodations are very comfortable in private bungalows located on a small bluff right over the water. You can hear the waves at night and there is a porch and hammock to relax during the day. The staff were wonderful: extremely welcoming and responsive to all our needs. The managers stopped by at meals to make sure everything was perfect. There are several activities, including a nice reef walk and a morning snorkel trip in a fishing dhow. The beach staff that led these were also very attentive. The food was delicious with lots of fresh fish from the local markets. It was extremely quiet and relaxing. This is a VERY quiet hotel and although bungalow 1 is closer to the bar, there was never any noise coming from the bar. "
Daniel B (US) | Stayed in August, 2014 at Matemwe Lodge
Fantastic Doesn't Describe It!
We had the most amazing time at Dunia camp. From the animals up close - an elephant at the entrance of our tent at night so close you could have touched it. The beautiful sounds of animals at night. The staff were fantastic and Angel the manager lived up to her name, she is an Angel. We could not fault this camp at all. The camp site and tent so unique and special. Would highly recommend Dunia to anyone traveling to Tanzania."
Nettyr450 (AUS) | Stayed in August, 2014 at Dunia Camp
I wished We Would Have Stayed Longer!
This was my first time at a camp during a wildlife safari trip. I didn't really know what to expect. The whole experience was brilliant. We had a room right beside the river and the natural sound of the flowing water and the view was amazing. At night, a hippo was right beside our tent. The atmosphere at the camp was extremely friendly and the staff very attentive. I wished we would have stayed longer! The wildlife around the area was spectacular, it is impossible to describe how brilliant the animals in their natural environment were. Highly recommended!"
Rodrigo625 (UK) | Stayed in August, 2014 at Rekero Camp
The camp is located in Naboisho conservancy which is next to the Maasai Mara. There's plenty of wildlife in the area, but you see very few tourists because the area is restricted to only the guests of the camps situated in the conservancy. We saw lions on every single drive, elephants, giraffes, Cape Buffalo, and a lot more.
The tent was perfectly sealed so we never had any unwanted visitors. It was very clean and the tent itself seemed very new. We had hot bucket showers in the tent which was refilled if needed. The service was very friendly and efficient. The managers Helen and Roelof were great hosts and made sure everything was perfect during our stay. Everyone from Johnson, the head waiter, to the askaris who escorted us to and from our tent, deserve a lot of credit for doing such a great job. Lucas, our guide, was absolutely amazing. He was so knowledgable about all the wildlife, and always explained everything really well. I need to remember what we learned, because when we go back in the future, he will test us. Thank you for the amazing experience!
OsamaAlawadhi (US) | Stayed in August, 2014 at Naboisho Camp
“One of Our Favorite Tented Camps in Tanzania
We stayed at Dunia Camp for three nights while exploring the Serengeti. The tents are very spacious, beds comfortable, and there is a flush toilet and a bush shower (which the staff will gladly fill at anytime). There is a campfire ring where all the guests gather at night before dinner. The manager, Angel, was wonderful. She was very welcoming, attentive to everyone's needs, and her staff were outstanding. The food was great and served in a small but open dining tent. Our last night, they set up a separate table outside for our small group lit by lanterns. This camp is highly recommended!"
Daniel B (US) | Stayed in August, 2014 at Dunia Camp
Our stay at the Sayari Camp was absolutely incredible! From the moment we were picked up by our driver at the airstrip to the moment we sadly left, we were treated like family. Our tour guide Promice was incredibly knowledgable and did everything he could to make our trip enjoyable. The camp was so beautiful and comfortable and the food was delicious. The Serengeti is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. Seeing the animals in their own habitat was so awesome! The entire staff made us feel like they were genuinely happy that we were there. Promice, Victor, Iyoub, and Elise; I will never forget any of you. You will all hold a special place in my heart. Asante Sana for a wonderful experience!"
Sue C | Stayed in July, 2014 at Sayari Camp
Outstanding Experience with Great Guides
All the staff led by Sandy made our stay enjoyable.The expertise of our guides was the best, with Lorenzo and Daudi getting us time and time again to where the action was. The camp is very comfortable and the food extremely good. Sitting around the fire with home made nibbles followed by a delicious dinner sitting at a communal table under the stars was a particular highlight. Ruaha is a fabulous park. Very big and underpopulated by tourists, but amazingly rich in game. Elephants are a constant feature in the landscape. Lion families add drama. The large buffalo herd that roams the park is extraordinary. Leopards are harder to find, but oh so beautiful. Bird life variety is stunning (but go earlier in the year apparently for the best birding). We loved the night safari. We were rightly warned that there was a risk of it being a long boring drive in the dark, but it paid off for us, with good sightings of genet, leopard, hare, a hyena family and, what I specifically asked for, more owls than you could shake a stick at.
DeborahCambridge (UK) | Stayed in July, 2014 at Kwihala Camp
A Delightful Way to Visit the Western Serengeti
Ubuntu is a delightful and very well managed mobile tented safari camp that spends June in the Western Serengeti - a time when the migration is usually there. Our driver guide was always supportive and attentive to our requests. He gave us very good sightings in the Western area and also drove us to the Central Serengeti to see the migration there - a very long day, but well worth it.
A mobile camp is never the last word in luxury, but this one leverages outstanding management and friendly service to produce a top quality bush experience. Anna is wonderful! She is a problem solver who stays polite and helpful no matter what the challenge may be. The chef performed miracles and gave us better food than that which we received at some fancier places. The accommodations were well designed and there is always someone nearby ready, willing, and able to provide what you need.
This was the first time that I stayed at an Asilia Camp and I had thought long and hard before choosing it rather than the nearby &Beyond camp. I am very glad I chose Ubuntu and would happily do so again.
Moonriser (US) | Stayed in July, 2014 at Ubuntu Camp
A wonderful stop at Little Oliver's!
This was our first night on safari and Little Oliver's did not disappoint. When we arrived we were greeted with drinks and a cool cloth. After a very filling lunch, we were shown our tent. It was the perfect blend of modern amenities with a little exposure to the wild. You could hear elephants and other noises at night. When we turned off our lights at night, it was fun to lay in bed and listen to the noises and see the sky and nature all around us. We even had several elephants walk through the camp during dinner one night. The staff was more than accommodating and we were always amazed at how they anticipated our every need. While there is electricity in the tent, there are no outlets. While this may bother some, I found it as part of the experience and would not change it. The main tent has a converter and adapter power strip that more than accommodated any charging needs we had. The food was amazing and plentiful and I often could not eat everything on our plate. Meals were shared with the camp managers and other guests. This was wonderful because we could all share our stories from the day. I hope to visit Little Oliver's again one day!"
Wendy G (US) | Stayed in July, 2014 at Oliver's Camp