Below you can find a selection of our most recent reviews and guest feedback. Happy reading!
Absolutely loved Kwihala!
We stayed at Kwihala for 4 nights and it was absolutely incredible on all fronts. In terms of the park, Ruaha is a great choice as it's not highly populated by tourists and there is such abundant game nearly everywhere you go.
As far as the camp, it was a close to perfect as you can get. What really set the experience apart for me was the service - Sandy has done a fantastic job looking after the camp and everyone we interacted with at the camp was so hospitable. There were so many small touches that really made the whole experience exceptional. The food was amazing as well! I was well looked after as a vegetarian which I appreciated. We really enjoyed the communal meals and getting to meet everyone else and discuss our day's safari.
Not to mention the professionalism and experience of the guides! We had Pietro and Saidi and not only were they so knowledgeable, they really went out of their way to make sure we had a special and memorable experience (ticking off leopards, cheetahs, and lion cubs on our list). The days are long (in a great way) so it's a pleasure to get to spend it with such wonderful guides. A huge thanks for making our honeymoon even more memorable!"
Wanderlust110 (RJ) | Stayed in July, 2014 at Kwihala Camp
All About The Safari
Rekero is one of my favorite destinations in Kenya. The small camp is located in an oasis of animals on a beautiful viewing spot that has water during the raining season.
Safari's will not disappoint. I have been to this camp 3 times at various seasons. The service and food is excellent and safety is a priority. The actual tent is very inviting and comfortable. If you desire to see the mirgrati and have a superior location for viewing, you should strongly consider the camp and book about a year in advance, they are usually full and have 70% repeat clients, so you can imagine how great it is!"
Miki (USA) | Stayed in June, 2014 at Rekero Camp
Best Camp So Far
Jackie & Justin team hats off to you guys. I still remember the food. Best hummus I have had in Africa.
Great accommodations and loved the outdoor shower!
Our stay was excellent and like the fact that there is no wifi. We really had family time because of no wifi. And thank you for tsetse fly self made remedy. They also have this knowledgeable guide Lewis. Ask him about his past experience in bush. I could spent days listening.
Keep up the good work guys!"
Shefpat (US) | Stayed in June, 2014 at Oliver's Camp
Overall Increadible Experience
First off, all of the facilities are gorgeous. The tents are more comfortable and beautiful than most high-end hotel rooms. Complete with toilet, double sink, indoor and outdoor showers, small writing desk, sitting areas, comfortable beds and linens, etc. The main hall offers a variety of sitting and eating arrangements. The dining table was moved to sit before a beautiful fireplace one night when there was a little chill in the air. The food was fresh, delicious, and offered several times a day at a caliber of a fine restaurant. The hosts, Roelof and Helen, were warm, knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. One or both of them joined us for each meal.
The best part, however, was the bush hikes. Each morning we were awoken with a coffee/tea service and hot water for showers before dawn. We met at the main hall at 6:00 for a quick breakfast of porridge, fruit, and toast, and then headed out on foot with Roelof. Our group was in good shape and wanted a nice long hike, so we were out for 4-5 hours immersed in the bush with the animals. It was such an incredible experience to feel like we were out there, in the real and natural habitat with all of these animals. We saw lions, elephants, baboons, giraffes, zebra, gazelles, bees, hippos, and many, many more. I'm not much of a bird person, but even I could see there were hundreds of beautiful birds flying and calling around us. Roelof was a wealth of information and I could see he has a real love for the animals and nature. He would take us quietly up to safe viewing distance from the animals and we would just watch them for a few minutes and then quietly sneak away, sometimes they didn't even know we were there.
Overall it was an incredible experience. I want to thank my lucky stars for bringing me there."
Cmacek (USA) | Stayed in June, 2014 at Naboisho Camp
Exactly What We Needed!
Our travel agent recommended that we stop half way through our African Safari for several days to relax, unwind and enjoy Africa. What a brilliant suggestion! And this is an ideal place to do it at. 5 star service - 4 staff looking after our family - amazing cooking - I even asked for recipes - the decor /architecture of this 3 bedroom home is stunning and so well suited to the environment. A watering hole outside the door with 2 outdoor dining places, grass for the kids to run around on, a swimming pool and BBQ area, and close to lots of wildlife to visit. The drive to the top of the hill where the house is situated is an adventure in itself, it was such a thrill! After so many days on dusty, bumpy roads, 4 nights here was just what we needed. There was plenty to do, but we didn't feel bad just relaxing and watching the animals at the watering hole as we updated our Facebook pages and edited our photos using the free internet provided. We certainly intend to come back here again with even more of our family."
Mickey (USA) | Stayed in June, 2014 at Mara Bush Houses
I stayed for 4 nights in the Dunia Tented Camp at beginning of May and the least that I can say is that it was an amazing experience. The hotel can not be more confortable and the staff can not be more amazing and nice. Dunia team is absolutely 5 starts. The tents are big and gorgeous, confortable, bathroom works perfectly, food is good and the camp fire at night is great. Our guide Patena is very knowledgeable about animal life and the park. We were lucky to be there to see the great migration when it´s possible to see what I called “an ocean of animals”. It´s breathtaking! My days there were absolutely memorable."
TerezaB (BRAZIL) | Stayed in June, 2014 at Dunia Camp
Best Place In Africa To View Migration
If there's one place still left in Africa to authentically experience this extraordinary cycle and feel like you are the first person in the world to come across it, then go to Namiri."
Alan Earnshaw (KE) | Stayed in June, 2014 at Namiri Plains
Bush Hospitality at its Best!
Ubuntu is a mobile camp that changes its location based on the migration. When I visited in late May, the camp was in the Western Serengeti, close to the Grumeti river. My stay here was perfectly in line with what I had experienced at Dunia, which is a very high standard of service and comfort, while remaining unpretentious and true to the to the ideals of spending time in the bush.
I was lucky that during my stay some herds were actually crossing the Western Serengeti on their way towards the North, so I got to experience some of ‘the great migration’. Granted, you probably won’t see hundreds of thousands of wildebeest grazing on wide-open plains due to the nature of the terrain in this part of the park, but the experience is still fantastic. I was lucky to watch a wildebeest be taken down by a crock, and five cheetahs chilling in the grass waiting for any kind of prey to walk by. Those were definitely two highlights during my entire trip, and I hope to return to Ubuntu one day."
Plfa (PORTUGAL) | Stayed in May, 2014 at Ubuntu Camp
Heaven on Earth!
This is without a doubt the most heavenly place nestled in a magnificent area of our planet. The Serengeti is BREATHTAKING and every single detail of this camp honors this. Staff are wonderful, warm, real and profoundly connected/sensitive to nature and the animals living there. The tents are gorgeous and the food is divine. I long for this place all the time, it's that special. I believe the Serengeti is the most magical land on this planet."
Danielle B (USA) | Stayed in May, 2014 at Sayari Camp
All of the reviews are true! This camp is completely amazing! I selected Asilia specifically because of the reviews I read on TripAdvisor and I have to say the camp was exactly as described.
We stayed for two nights in mid-March on our way further into the Serengeti. I wish we stayed longer. There are so many reviews which go into detail about the comfort level and service that Olakia provides. I think it's pretty fully covered and you can expect an amazing experience."
Belvie1 (USA) | Stayed in May, 2014 at Olakira Camp