I would recommend staying here. We had a lovely time. I am going to gush with some positives but please read to then end for a balanced review.
The staff are lovely. They are willing to do everything and anything for you, It is a joy to hear them chat and laugh with each other. It is obviously a very happy workplace.
The site is clean and secure. The gardens are well maintained and the pool, patios and bar are present, shady, sunny, and Comfortable.
Breakfast is plentiful, served promptly and flexible. It is a little repetitive but that is probably the same anywhere.
Before I go on... we paid €39 per night. Recently I paid £35 (€36) for a travelodge which did not offer Wi-fi or parking!! Just remember you are not paying five star prices for this place!
The accommodation is novel. The tents are well equipped and provide enough space to balance comfort and novelty!
They are not brilliantly maintained. The swing doors between our bed area and toilet were hanging off and the sink did not look secure. Some guests complained that their air conditioning was not working but ours was fine.
The drinks at the bar are expensive. £2.50 for a can and £5 for a beer or glass of wine. The unchanging menu varies from lovely to ‘uk’
A bit of advice.: At 6:30am the mosques will shout its prayers, and 6:34 the dogs will sing along, then the donkeys join in. Take earplugs! But don’t be put off. You are in Africa!!