At a Glance
- great views from your tent's raised deck over a water hole that is frequented by game
- children's rates available
- very bumpy road to the Ruaha park entrance (10 minutes)
Tandala Camp Review
Because Tandala is in a private conservancy 5 km (3 mi) outside the entrance gate, guests can take early morning game walks and game drives, engage in bird viewing or experience authentic cultural visits to the Maasai bomas, local village and market. There are no frills here, but it's very comfortable, and you stay in an en-suite tent that's built on a wooden platform that overlooks a seasonal river. There's an attractive restaurant and bar area beside the small swimming pool. A nearby water hole attracts game at all times, particularly during the dry season, although elephants are hanging around most of the time.