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Tanda Tula Safari Camp

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Reviewed 7 February 2016

From the welcome drink warmly met ,by Amy we realised Tanda Tula would be a wonderful 4 day experience..Chef Ryan serves excellent locally sourced food ,explaining his menus with much flair.Our guide and tracker Jack and VJ were very knowledgable ,taking great care and time...More

1  Thank mandy_rankin
Reviewed 25 January 2016

This is the first review I have written but this place is perfect. Don't look any further. The tents were amazing and they each have a great outdoor shower. The food was wonderful with a nice mix of local flair if you are an adventurous...More

2  Thank lojones
Reviewed 22 January 2016

This is a luxury camp with hotel room level amenities in the "tents." The main lodge wraps around a lawn and a swimming pool, and it all faces a waterhole where you can watch game come and drink during the day. Some days we saw...More

2  Thank Kurt_in_CLE
Reviewed 22 January 2016 via mobile

Wow, where to start! From arrival at the dirt airstrip where we were met by our ranger, right through first class tented accommodation, amazing chef Ryan and first class food, stunning game drives with real close up views of the big five and countless more....More

Thank Seelo
Reviewed 19 January 2016

This place is faultless, everything is set up and works absolutely without a hitch I don't even know where to start. Between the tours themselves, food, cabins, service, drinks, etc... everything is run to its upmost level of perfection. The guides are extremely knowledgable and...More

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31 July 2017|
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Response from Nasonh | Reviewed this property |
It depends on why you're going! If it's for animal spotting, then September / October are quite good, because there isn't much water, but Tanda Tula has a great waterhole right near the camp - you can see it easily from the... More
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20 July 2017|
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Response from Stanley O |
Not that cold for past 3 years. Maybe it suits your travel planner in terms of getting availability. Soft season in June.
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lew361
14 July 2017|
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Response from StLouieSue | Reviewed this property |
Being here in June, I can only say how our time and weather were. You go out at 5:30 am, and it was cold. We needed to layer as the day developed...we simply removed layers. LOVED it!
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"There are no bad rooms"
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"8-12 were farther away from the central lodge if you want a little more remote"
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"We requested the tent closed to the main areas as it had wifi from the main area."
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"all amazing,with really comfy beds."
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