Kikoti Safari Camp

Tanzania

Open: Open all year except for April and most of May during the heavier rains.

Location: Kikoti is just outside of Tarangire National Park (1km). It is about a 3 hour drive from Arusha. Kuru is the closest airstrip.

Rooms: There are 18 raised luxury en-suite bandas (cottages) with thatched roofs. There are 8 with king-sized double beds and 10 with twin beds. All beds have mozzy netting. All rooms can be made into triples. The rooms have en-suite bathrooms and private verandahs with views of the hills and Silale wetlands in the valley.

Activities: You can have an excellent wildlife and wilderness experience here including game drives, night drives, and guided bush walks. Your guides can also teach to how to read animal tracks and give you some bush skills! Bush dinners and lunches are always fun, and sundowners are a must. Balloon rides are sometimes available (please ask), and then for something a bit off-the-wall how about elephant dung paper making!!

Facilities: There is a lounge bar, a library and a gift shop. A laundry service is available.

Dining: The restaurant serves fresh local produce including locally grown fruit and vegetables and freshly baked bread. Each morning a lavish breakfast buffet is served, and breakfast boxes are available for guests on early morning game drives.

Children: Children from 6 upwards are welcome at camp. All rooms can sleep up to 3 people.

Health: This is a malarial area.

Communication: There is free Wifi in the main lodge area. Mobile phone signals are intermittent at best.

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