Kenya & Beyond Safaris
Summit House,
Moi Avenue, CBD,
P.O. Box 4623-00200, Nairobi - Kenya

Telephone: +254.20.2163801
Cell: +254.780.720568
Cell: +254.722.720568

Kikoti Safari Camp

Kikoti means "meeting place" in the Maasai language. Kikoti is a meeting place of people, cultures and wildlife. A lone bush elephant stately lumbers through the camp, watched by buffalo, drinking at the water hole, passing through on the migration route. A Maasai warrior, armed with bow and arrows, escorts you to your room in the evening, looking out across the Simanjiro plains as the African sun sets over the horizon, the air alive with noise and life. Kikoti lies on the migration route for the plains game and offers a diverse array of wildlife to see from the safety of the camp during the beginning of the dry season in July and towards the end in November.

There are touches of local craftsmanship everywhere, the woven rugs, the bed frames made from apple wood and African ebony found outside Tarangire National Park and thatched roofs. The beds are wonderfully comfortable, perfect to sink into after a long day's safari. Alternatively, you can sit out on your private veranda, in one of the wicker chairs and watch the world pass by. Wildebeest, water buffalo, hyenas and zebra have been known to wander underneath the rooms, providing a close up wildlife experience.

Simple and elegant, the rooms are beautifully furnished with stylish en-suite bathrooms. Water is tanked in on a weekly basis as there is no natural supply by the camp but hot water is available and the lights run from solar power.

NUMBER OF ROOMS: Perched on a ridge overlooking Tarangire National Park, Kikoti Safari Camp has ten private safari-style cottages, with thatched roof and canvas walls. The interiors are roomy and bright with large beds canopied by grand white mosquito nets. Run on solar energy, the accommodation retains the luxury of the modern world without impacting on the natural one you have come to enjoy.
Room decor: The tents have been raised on platforms of natural timber and appointed for views of the plum-purple sunsets smeared across the unfurling savannah and to allow freedom of movement for the wildlife that pass through the area.
Room amenities: Each of the ten large tents has sewn-in floors and plumbed en-suite facilities and have been laid out in the traditional safari manner with wooden beds, fresh linen and a private balcony from which to admire the views of the Silale wetlands in the valley below. In true safari style, the tented rooms also contain a writing desk, cane chairs and rugs on a wooden floor, with the zipped doors leading out to the balcony.
  • Cash Bar and delicious Table d',hote Dining.
  • Cuisine is traditional safari fare, prepared by chefs who are perfectly comfortable with providing vegetarian food or any other dietary requirements.
  • 240 Volt solar electricity, 
  • Escorted nature/bird walks.
  • Day/night game drives 
  • Interesting Maasai lectures & traditional cultural visits.

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