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We stayed here three nights. The food was generally quite good, and the rooms are comfortable, but it is also a pretty rustic camp. Because the camp is right next to the road (and right by the river), at times the air was extremely dusty....More
We (2 adults, 2 kids, age 7 and 9) stayed here for 1 night. Thw bungalows are very basic. Toilet and shower are outside. But the food (breakfast, lunch and diner) is excellent. Our children found it even better than the Mad Zebu. The personnel...More
Where Camp Croco excels is in its food. It was surprising to find gourmet meals and desserts in such a remote spot. They will also fix a delicious sandwich lunch for you to pack if your off exploring. The bar offers great roasted peanuts to...More
We are a young couple who stayed for 3 nights in one of the bungalows, there was a short walk to the toilets and showers which were clean and provided all of the essentials. The camp over looked the river crossing to the Tsingy National...More
This was an oasis after paddling down the river for 4 days. The rooms are comfortable with a veranda ,however the toilets and shower block were separate but not too far away. The showers were hot and the whole area was immaculately clean serviced by...More
I don't know the exact price anymore, but can assure you that Camp Croco must be the cheapest of all accommodations. You have to be aware however that Camp Croco is not situated at the side of the river where the parc is. So... More
I don't know the exact price anymore, but can assure you that Camp Croco must be the cheapest of all accommodations. You have to be aware however that Camp Croco is not situated at the side of the river where the parc is. So you need to cross the river to go to the parc.
Accommocation is very basic with shared toilets and showers. Food is great! Keep in mind that you need a guide to go to the parc and that there are very little guides. We needed to get up at 4.00 am to get in line.