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Spent 2 nights here in one of the luxury-ish tents. Big semi permanant structure but a tent nonetheless. Good fan and big double bed with single beds inside. Set next to the Tsavo river with animals coming down close to the waters edge directly in...More
Received a towel at arrival and a drink. Your room is actually a big tent whiwh is very nice! Our balcony had a view upon the river where there was a crocodile. Pool was great. Food was a bit less great but it was still...More
On the road between Nairobi and Mombasa, we stopped with our medical team for one night. Amazing environment, hospitable staff, delicious food and amazing service. We will be happy to return and enjoy the time of relax..
We traveled to the Tsavo National Park Kenya via Kilimanjaro. It was an amazing experence. We were met at the airport by a wonderful lady called Charity. We were then met at the border by Peter our safari guide in a comfortable land cruiser. Peter...More
Maneaters Lodge is a gem set along the Tsavo River, in the Tsavo East National Park. With every room with a river view, you will be assured to sleep to the soothing sounds of water poetry.
Having the lodge alongside a water source ensures plenty...More
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US$176 - US$180 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, Yes we had a land cruiser (8 seater) with a wonderful guide. He was our guide for the entire time. Please talk to Edwin, Tsavo National Park, he will organise for you. Our guides name was Peter, he was excellent.
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Activities could include a guided walk if someone is available to take you, a swim, or a game of pool on their pool table. It is more of a stop over camp than a week-long destination, but it is just off the main... More
Activities could include a guided walk if someone is available to take you, a swim, or a game of pool on their pool table. It is more of a stop over camp than a week-long destination, but it is just off the main road between nairobi and mombassa, so it's easily included in a Kenyan overland trip
In the middle of the main lodge is a sort of museum exhibition with photos, press-cuttings and stories of building the rail road and about how many people were attacked by lions. We only stopped at this place because it was en route and we had no idea about the history. One of the men that works there told us all about the famous man-eating lions, he was very happy to tell us the stories, but we were not sure how much was true!
He was kind enough to take us on a guided walk to see the rail road. We did not see any lions, but we did see zebra (who regularly stroll through camp) and an elephant by the river.
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