Booking was not possible, as both numbers mentioned in a travel guide were not working.
After a very bumpy, dusty and long ride (4-5 hours), a ferry that probably does not operate in the rainy season, almost no public transport, we arrived at the camp.
Very friendly staff, but not trained in customer service, and not assigned to welcome visitors, as they are the park rangers.
At least, all bungalows had mosquito nets, but if you don't like to shower in the river with muts-muts (black and biting flies) it is surely not the best place to be.
The pit toilet was clean.
We were able to approach the hippos very closely, but did only see "indirect traces" (called dung) from elephants and duikers.
(Simple) food can be organised from the nearby village, but you need your own transport.
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