Budget Camping,Kenya Safari, Camping on RoofTent Holiday in Kenya Mar 14, 2013 08:03 am Hi Winnie, Johnathan was excellant and keep him on for any further tours you do. Game drives were again excellant. We saw a lion kill in the first 20 mins on the first afternoon. Big male buffalo was scoffed. Saw cheetah 2 days running, elephants, ostrich, Topi, impala, gazelle, thompsons gazelle, giraffe, hippo, crocodile, wart hog, jackel, hiyena, guinea foul, secretary birds, vultures, maribu stork, zebra, buffalo, corry bustard, mongoose, male lions and weaver birds. Alot although the grass was tall and green. The lodge was fine. We were the only ones there on the first night and I believe a further 5 people joined the second night. The staff were very friendly and accomodating. The food was ok and served to order. The tents were excellant although slightly enclosed by trees and bushes etc. The swimming pool was a little small. They are building at the camp, a bridge over the river to gain access when wet directly into the reserve. A large area infront of the lodge for drinks etc on an evening before taking dinner. A drive drop off zone for clients upon arrival. All controlled and not too noisy. Give it another 2 months and I should think the lodge will be very good. I hope this helps.
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