Kenya & Beyond Safaris
Moi Avenue, CBD
P.O. Box 4623-00200, Nairobi - Kenya
Welcome to Man Eaters Camp, a luxury tented camp nestled on the banks of the Tsavo River in the middle of Tsavo National Park. only 1km off the main Nairobi-Mombasa highway, Man Eaters Camp is an ideal stop over for travellers along the route, with accessibility to both Tsavo East [10km] and Tsavo West [2km] one can enjoy both parks on route to Nairobi or Mombasa. The camp is consists of 30 luxury en-suit tents with a private balcony overlooking the Tsavo River. Across the banks one can view the game coming to the river to quench their thirst from the dry heat Tsavo is so famous for.
Man Eaters camp is located a kilometre from Tsavo station, and Tsavo Bridge which became famous in Kenya's colonial history for the Man Eaters of Tsavo. In this case specifically the story of two man eating maneless lions which terrorised the local and indian railway workers during the construction of the Kenya Uganda railway, and killed up to 135 workers, inspiring many movies such as Bwana Devil and The Ghost and Darkness.
Welcome and enjoy service and hospitality in the heart of the wilderness in one of Kenya's largest National Parks, Tsavo roughly the size of Wales [UK], around 20,000 sq Km. Come and see the famous maneless lions, the descendants of the man eaters of Tsavo and the big 5 game Kenya is so famous for.
Man Eaters is an exclusive facility comprising of 30 fully furnished ensuite spacious, luxury tents nestled on the banks of the Tsavo River. The camp enjoys a superior view of the Tsavo West National Park.
Room d?®cor: The impression is one of elegance and Comfort.
In- room amenities - The tents are equipped with deluxe beds and all of the amenities of a room in a five-star hotel. The is supply of electricity (220 & 110), fully stocked mini-bar, en-suite toilet, wash basin and generous slate walled shower room, both complete with piping hot and cold running water, primarily solar heated. Extra wall socket located in sleeping area with an adaptor for a hairdryer or battery recharging etc.
Special features:The lodge surroundings are protected by the banks of the Tsavo River. Animals get close to the hotel. The pool area, overlooking the river is gorgeous and there is nothing nicer than sitting there sipping a cocktail watching the elephants come by to quench their African savanna thirst.
The dining hall has many interesting period features, high vaulted ceiling, Chandelier, latticed windows and doors, dresser, buffets and tables decked in silverware, cut crystal and porcelain, perhaps after aperitifs and an exchange of game viewing tales at the bar. Cuisine and service are to the highest European standards.
In 2002, Joash Were who has been instrumental in start up of many companies within Kenya and Beyond thought of it wisely that it was time to start up something tourism related. He had worked at great places. Bearing in mind that all the progressive people talk “WE” and not I, he has brought together a great team who are professional in their own rights.