Moivaro Lake Natron Tented Camp

Reviews of Moivaro Lake Natron Tented Camp

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Below are independent comments from 1 of our travellers who have visited Moivaro Lake Natron Tented Camp, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Carter Caravan from USA
Arrived on: 20-Aug-2016 Stayed for: 2 nights
Overall:
Excellent
Excellent
Location:
Good
Good
Rooms:
Average
Average
Service:
Good
Good
Food:
Average
Average
Activities:
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Good
Facilities:
Average
Average

MOivaro Lake Natron Tented Camp

We were told this was the better of the two tented camps in the area. It was fine, but there are new accomodations now and we would investigate this for a return trip. The food was average. The pool is nice to have, but it was dirty and needed a cleaning. The African bullfrogs were living in it....The staff is friendly and Maasai are your hosts It is a somewhat "authentic" experience more than some of the other tented camps. Goats and donkeys are on the property, no issues. The bathrooms need some attention. Chipping paint, etc. The outdoor showers are a nice compement.

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Expert Africa comments

Moivaro Lake Natron Tented Camp thanked these travellers for their feedback. They advised that they are in the process of refurbishing the bathrooms, and this will be complete soon. They comment that they are a community based camp with a setup that benefits both visitors and the community. Maasai livestock and herders are allowed through the camp, as this is their land. The camp was able to set up in a sought after location, where there is shade, food and water, and this has to be shared. Having said that, the camp do try to keep the livestock away from the kitchen, dining area and rooms. The camp appreciated the feedback on their food - they commented that their remote location means it's tricky to get supplies and so they specialise in typical Swahili cuisine with a touch of continental. But they like to do their best to make sure that meals are tasty and offer variety. The camp described that their pool is 100% natural and that the water comes from a spring. The water is not treated, but it is removed every week, the pool cleaned, and then allowed to fill again. Frogs often begin to appear in the pool a day or so before it is cleaned. The camp is working on a better system for their pool, and hope to have this finalised by the end of the year.

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