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Kulalu Camp Tsavo East is a small and personal family camp located on the banks of the Galana River, close to the Galana Conservancy and Tsavo East National Park. The safari camp is about 110 km from the shores of the Indian Ocean and the Coastal towns of Malindi and Watamu.
There are 5 spacious tents namely Simba, Twiga, Baraka, Kanga & Mdinguni. The tents comprises of a double tent, 3 twin tents and a family tent.
Simba (lion in Swahili) is closest to the main mess and dining area, with its double bed and en-suite bathroom. Perfect for families, Simba Toto is situated adjacent to Simba, sharing the same bathroom; a twin tent for the kids.
Next door and Tent 2 is Twiga, which means “giraffe” in Swahili. Twiga is a twin bed tent and with a private en-suite bathroom with shower. Tent no 3 is Baraka (Blessings) and you will be truly blessed in this twin tent with the gentle sound of the river soothing your stresses and strains.
Kanga or Guinea Fowl in Swahili, is the end tent number 4, slightly elevated for panoramic views of the wildlife. Finally set a little back from the river between Twiga and Baraka, is Mdinguni (Heaven). With the same great vista, tent no 5 is a little more private with its own hammock to lie in and watch the world go by.
All tents have a veranda, table and chairs, plus a relaxing daybed for private quiet times. Hot showers are available in the evening at 6pm or on request. All tents have en-suite bathrooms fitted with flushing toilets and safari showers. and fitted with flushing toilets and safari showers. Camp is powered by solar energy.
The family tent has a double bed in one room and a single and bunk beds in the other room. Each tent is strategically positioned to ensure a breathtaking view of the Galana River and has its own veranda, mosquito net, fan and closet.
There is a traditional styled kitchen fitted with safari oven and serves with local, continental and international dishes. Guests can enjoy their meals in the dining area, lounge or in the outdoors under thatched huts. The camp relies mainly on solar power and uses bio-fuel for the bulk of its cooking needs.
The lounge has a large semi-permanent makuti house that provides a safe and comfortable place to watch the game and bird activity along the river or enjoy a cool drink in the hot afternoons.
Kulalu Camp Tsavo East activities include; bird watching, game watching and game drives.