Mwaleshi Camp

Reviews of Mwaleshi Camp

Excellent(97%) From 22 travellers
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Below are independent comments from 22 of our travellers who have visited Mwaleshi Camp, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Mr Broad-billed roller - Bristol
Arrived on: 21-Jun-2008 Stayed for: 3 nights
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Mwaleshi Camp review

Excellent accommodation and layout although we felt a little exposed in our room first thing in the morning if someone was "lingering" by the fire where breakfast was served (not staff) as you could see into it from the fire area.

I was a little phased by wading across the river - not because of any fear that Ernst might be lying about the lack of crocodiles, but my dislike of my feet disappearing into soft sand and not knowing what is below. I really should pack my trekking sandals! I wasn't quite blase by the end of the trip, but almost.

Ernst is a gem - knowledgeable, enthusiastic and good company. His botany walk was excellent. We also appreciated the visit to the Black Rhino Conservation Project to see the two remaining Rhinos left for release.



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Dr M from Oakham
Arrived on: 28-Aug-2007 Stayed for: 3 nights
Overall:
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Excellent
Location:
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Rooms:
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Service:
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Food:
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Activities:
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Facilities:
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Truly relaxing at Mwaleshi

Ernst was a great host and excellent company. The walking was great fun and very informative. We did not see as much large wildlife here, but on one walk were able to approach a herd of wildebeest quite closely. We shared part of our time here with Anna, so the experience was quite exclusive.

Flights up and down from Tafika with Albert were also great fun. Shinde, the tame squirrel, provided much entertainment. Special and George made our walks even better and Lawrence(?) looked after us exceptionally well back at camp.
The hammock outside our room was fantastically comfortable!

Only downside was that from a photographer's point of view walking is less productive!

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