Stanley's Kopje Camp - Mikumi National Park Tanzania

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Stanley’s Copje camp and staff were very good - impeccable service, good quality tent with views over the plains and to the camp's own watering hole, and a good location on a small hill (Kopje) in the middle of the game park.

We were made to feel very welcome by the friendly staff and were the only guests on most of our game drives.

Our guide (Euston) was superb - very knowledgeable, chatty, and with extremely sharp eyes.

The only very slight negative was the food. While it was good quality and very tasty, it was a simple buffet and wasn't as high quality or as well presented as other safari camps in Tanzania. 

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We took a day trip to Udzungwe mountains which was a really interesting experience, walking through a forest looking for monkeys and birds.

It was a long bus journey (2+ hours each way?) but interesting to see the scenery and local towns and villages on the drive.

A few staff came with us on the bus in order to stock up on lodge food and drinks, so we had a short stop in the local town to do this.

This was fine for us, and all added to the experience of the trip, but I can imagine some people would be a bit put out.

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