We stayed at Kuhama Camp for 1 night.
It is located in the Ndutu area; it is a mobile camp depending on where the animals are.
There are about 15 tents, I think, which have all basic facilities:
Good bed, toilet, even a shower.
When wanting a shower a bucket outside the tent is filled with warm water by one of the staff and then you could take a shower in a way I have seen many times in the TV-series Mash!
Dinner is at the same time for all guests and before dinner you can enjoy a drink at the camp fire, fantastic! All staff was extremely friendly and helpful.
In the late afternoon sun, sitting in front of your tent, you feel you are part of the living nature, much more than being in a lodge.
Maybe the camp it is not so luxurious, but for us it was perfect. If we had known beforehand about this camp we had planned a longer stay here!
It is amazing how they offer this level of accommodation, cleanliness and good meals (even good wine) at such a remote spot. Comfortable beds, hot and generous bucket shower and flush toilet inside your tent.
Solar lamps at bedsides and elsewhere in the tents.
Maasai warriors are on guard throughout the night and you may not leave the tent at night for your own safety - animals may wander around.
A fire is lit when the sun sets, and there you are in the wilderness of Africa, surrounded by thousands of mammals (and predators) and a giraffe who comes chewing at the trees at daytime, and marabu storks wandering around. Very pleasant staff. What a bush experience!