The tour in Kenya, including Masaimara/Nakuru/Borogia/Samburu/Amboseli is nice, with good guide Simon who has such a good eyesight, always looking for animals for us, and the home-made stype food is also good. Accomodation is basic as we expected, clean though, but have a little problem with these toilets, not working well. Anyhow, we had a good time there, seeing all big five.
However, when go into Tanzania, obviouly we were subcontracted to another company, and they changed our itenerary without prenotice. The accomodation is just a camp on the grass. Fortunately we did bring our sleeping bag. The food is worse too, limited meat not enough for all the people, and only a patato/banana sth soup for lunch. The worst part is the poor guide, alway talking on his phone, and show us only monkeys! They even ask for tips again and again after providing such a service!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Big Time Safari Camp is a privately owned and managed semi-luxury mid budget safari camp in the heart of the Maasai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya; home to the big five and the world famous wildebeest migration. All 34 canvas tents are en-suite and accommodation is on full board basis. This eco-friendly camp offers guests first class comforts and the finest cuisine in surroundings that evoke memories of the Africa of yester-years ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Big Time Safari Camp Kenya/Masai Mara National Reserve