Isoitok Camp Manyara 5.0 rating based on 1 rating1 Review 0 Visitor Photos + Makyuni – Mto Wa Mbu Highway, Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania 255 27 250 3700 Isoitok Camp Manyara email@example.com Isoitok Camp Manyara Amenities: Tours Price: Reserve Now
Found down a winding bumpy road at the base of the surrounding Losimingori hills, the warm hospitality from everyone at...
Found down a winding bumpy road at the base of the surrounding Losimingori hills, the warm hospitality from everyone at Isoitok begins as soon as you enter the permanent tented campgrounds.
Devoid of any unnecessary flash and grandeur, this is a camp focused around the comfort and relaxation of the guest, while offering a wonderful opportunity to engage with Maasai culture in a constructive and mutually beneficial way. Isoitok is also about creating a welcoming environment in harmony with the surrounds: solar heating, composting toilets, solar torches and low impact permanent canvas tents blend gently into the bush.
The deluxe tents are more attractive, modern and larger than the older more rustic tents, with the best ones being located close to the fire boma; they offer delightful semi-private patio-styled spaces overlooking the savanna. Each of the tents is decorated simply yet tastefully with large living spaces that are comfortable and clean. Although each tent has an en-suite bathroom, the beautiful outdoor bush shower is definitely something that you should not pass up on using.
Nothing is ever too much for the staff at camp, as you are treated to all the perks of being in a safari-style tent environment with attentive service and delicious food without a heavy price tag. The camp is located close to Lake Manyara, Tarangire and Ngorongoro Crater National parks, which makes it a great mid-range alternative: you’re still being able to take in all the main sights, but don’t have to sacrifice on comfort.
The real standout is the close way that the camp operates within the Esilalei village. Sit with cocktails by the campfire at night with the distant frame of the Ngorongoro Carter stretching across the skyline, the Maasai driving home their cattle and goats home while the Rift Valley drifts to sleep all around you.
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