Camp comprises 4 guest tents and 2 guide tents which are also used if the group has more than 8 guests. The guest tents are 8 x 5 meter in size with en-suite bathrooms, complete with shower (some also with a bathtub) and flush toilets. The guide tents are only slightly smaller. Each tent is configured as either double or twin and furnished with Zanzibary-style hand crafted furnishings including beds, storage trunk writing desk, wardrobe and safari chairs. Triple tents can also be configured. Laundry is included and will be hand washed and air dried in camp. Power is available all night and can be used to charge electronic equipment as well as provide light.
The mess serves as both a dining and a lounge area. Much of the time, visitors will enjoy sitting outside around the fire or under the shade of the acacia trees. All meals and house drinks are included in each stay. (House drinks include water, soft drinks, hot drinks, bear, wine and spirits). Special may be requested in advance and where possible, will be supplied at a surcharge. Sparkling wines are also available at a extra fee. Meals are prepared by the camps competent chef, along with camp-baked bread and other dishes.
Safari vehicles are provided for those who stay on a Game-Package basis. Guests can be collected from Mtu wa Mbu or Arusha at an extra charge (see rates for details). Guests on a Game Package will also have a guide provided by the camp.
For those who wish to fly, charter flights can be arranged to and from the nearest airstrip at Gelai Lumba which is about 10km from camp. Transfer from Gelai Lumba to and from camp is included in the overnight charge.
There is no telecom network available in the area. All communications are handled via radio through the main office in Dar es Salaam.
The office, kitchen, stores, workshop and staff quarters are discreetly tucked away near the main mess area at the point furthest from the guest tents. Power is supplied using a solar array which charges a central battery pack during the day for use by power inverter system as night. The solar system is backed up by a generator for cloudy days. Water is trucked in using the camp’s 4×4 Unimog towing a large water bowser.