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Kiboko Camp Tsavo East is a tented safari accommodation located in the Galana Wildlife Conservancy bordering Tsavo East National Park. The camp is in close proximity to the Tsavo River Bridge and 40 minutes’ drive to the Voi Town.
The camp has 12 tents and 2 bungalows, all tastefully fitted with makuti roofs, electricity, fan, tea/coffee making facilities, desk and chair, and en-suite bathrooms with hot showers. Each tent has a private furnished verandah with amazing river views.
Kiboko Camp Tsavo East has an onsite restaurant. Accommodation can be full board (3 course meals and dessert of Italian and local cuisine) or half board. It is also possible to obtain lunch-bags for trips into the National Parks or to ask a romantic Bush Dinner.
Guests can enjoy their meals in the dining area or in the outdoors. There well stocked bar serves a variety of alcoholic and soft drinks.
The Camp has a delightful swimming pool where you can relax and observe the animals which come to drink on the river banks. There is also a boutique where guests can buy African gadgets and clothes or photo books about savannah wildlife.
There is also a large fire place to tell stories, know each other, watch the stunning night sky or just listen to the sounds of the wilderness around Galana River. Free Wi-Fi is available the hotel.
The camp features a large fire place where guests sit around and listen to myths and legends of the area, know each other, watch the stunning night sky or just listen to the sounds of the wilderness around Galana River.
Kiboko Camp Tsavo East activities include; game viewing, day game drives, walking safari and night game drives in the Galana Conservancy & “Walking safari”, a pleasant walk along the river banks of Galana river accompanied by field guides and Masai.