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Stayed at Sweetwaters Tented Camp for 2 nights.

But I must say I was not disappointed one bit (only disappointment was I had not booked a longer stay).

When we arrived we recieved hot towels and a choice of cold drinks, which we were grateful for after our drive from Nairobi.

The staff were very welcoming and soon had us taken to our tent where we could shower and change after our long flight and drive.

The tent on the front row No5 overlooking the watering hole was more than I expected, it had shower, toilet, hand basin, wardrobes, lovely beds, table, chairs insde and out, everything you would get in a hotel room.

Other Hotels and Holiday Lodges Nearby

Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club › | Ibis Hotel › | The Sportsman's Arms Hotel › | Porini Rhino Camp › | Ilngwesi Lodge › | Ol Pejeta Bush Camp › | Sirikoi Camp › | Sweetwaters Tented Camp › | Kongoni Camp › | Rutundu Log Cabins › | Bantu Utamaduni Lodge › | Summer Gardens › | Timau River Lodge › |

And best of all the view of the watering hole. Imagine waking up in the morning, sun shining, open the tent flaps and you are greeted with Zebra, Grevis Zebra, Impala, Giraffe, Water Bucks and Warthogs FANTASTIC.

The grounds were kept clean and tidy. The restaurant was clean and had plenty of staff, who were always pleasant and very helpful.

The food was good, yes they did have a lot of Indian food, but I found enough of what I liked to eat.

Any valuables money, passports etc we took to reception, and they were kept in the main safe at no extra charge.

The game drives were brilliant, saw Lions, Rhino and all the usual, and the chimpanzee sanctuary was fantastic they do amazing work saving chimps from zoos and private collections.

Last but not least we saw Barak the blind rhino and even managed to stroke him. Overall as you can probably guess it was a holiday of a lifetime, made special by the accommodation, the fantastic staff and of course the animals.

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