The tents accommodate two Queen-size beds or a King-size bed which have warm duvets and hot water bottles. There is a gas heater to warm up the tents in the evening, and the roof has liners to keep guests cosy during the cooler nights. Carpets, curtains and cushions are in warm fabrics and textures to compliment the ambiance of the rooms, while new sinks and shower curtains in the en-suites, and a larger range of amenities, provide touches of luxury that guests will enjoy after a day on the Crater. The roomy en-suite bathrooms contain a dressing area, flush toilet and a large safari shower. Each tent can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children.
Facilities & Dining:
The mess tent is beautifully furnished with grand sofas, lamps, bookshelves and corner cabinets in old wood, chests and rugs. In the evening, guests gather around the campfire for cocktails before dining under chandeliers with the camp manager. House beverages are included at meal times.
The camp works closely with the local Masai community and often there are dances and talks on Masai traditions and ceremonies providing guests the opportunity to interact with the tribe.
Those looking to make the most of their surroundings can upgrade their picnic to enjoy a private sit-down lunch on the Crater floor.
Escorted walks are also available from the camp into the forest and along the crater rim with an armed ranger and a Masai to enjoy spectacular panoramic views.