Losirwa Camp has ten tents on permanent platforms and under thatched roofs with a larger open structure for reception, kitchen, lounge, and dining plus a pool.
From the tents one could look across the plain to Lake Manyara and towards the escarpment forming the boundary of the park.
With the naked eye one could see zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, etc but with some difficulty.
Game could wander over to the camp and during one night heard a hyena in the distance.
Between the camp and the park there is an undeveloped road with both vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
We understood Maasai lived not far from our tent and we could see and hear them and their livestock on occasion but not as an annoyance.
The immediate habitat at the Losirwa was rather arid but abounded in bird life.
Losirwa Camp was “sweet us. Staff were very attentive to our needs. The main area of our tent was spacious and tastefully decorated and furnished except lighting was extremely poor for reading at night.