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We stayed 2 nights at IKOMA Safari Camp. The staff wa very friendly. Theta are all necessary commodities like electricity and hot water. For me was strange and a little bit scary to sleep in not fenced camp. The food was not very good.
We stayed for 2 nights and we loved it. It's amazing to sleep in a tent in the mettle of nowhere. Our tent was very big, with a nice bathroom (running hot/cold water, sink and normal toilet) and the beds were comfortably. The view was...More
We stayed 3 nights at this camp during our Kenya + Tanzania safari at the end of August. We stayed in multiple camps, but this one was my favorite. It is a nice balance between comfort and nature. It is surrounded by nature (the camp...More
Ikoma safari camp is located just outside Serengeti National Park - which is a great place to do night safari (since night safari inside the park is not allowed). The dining area had a nice view with sunset, the cabin was old fashioned (in a...More
We arrived in Ikoma late in the evening with no accomodation . The first place we called 860 $ to take us in. We called Ikoma Safari Camp who took us in without taking any advantage over our situation. We had a nice man guideing...More
Not 100 % sure, but probably if it has been clear weather - driven by solar power. Most places we stayed during our safari could offer it if we asked for it specificly, but looked a bit relieved when I said we didn’t need... More
Not 100 % sure, but probably if it has been clear weather - driven by solar power. Most places we stayed during our safari could offer it if we asked for it specificly, but looked a bit relieved when I said we didn’t need it:) warm safari breeze is also very good for hair drying 😊👌