Satao Luxury Tented Camp

Address: Tsavo National Park East, Kenya | Campground
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This campground, located in Tsavo National Park East, is near Lewa Wildlife Conservation.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Satao Luxury Tented Camp Tsavo National Park East

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    Travel Blogs from Tsavo National Park East

    Welcome to Hell (Gate Park)

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 19, 2014

    2 comments, 27 photos

    ... were not trying to peddle rented mountain bikes on the dusty, rocky road. No one seemed to be smiling as much as we were.

    Dropping off our hired guide we were bound for Lake Naivasha to stay at Dea’s Garden Guest House. We were so pleased to find the beautiful gardens surrounding Dea’s great home. We were greetedby Joseph, her all around handy man. After showing us the great upstairs restroom with a stunning view of ... the dream

    A travel blog entry by sairjg on Jan 10, 2014

    5 comments, 2 photos

    I don't want to bore you all with pages and pages of every minute of my safari so I will include a bit about each day below......

    Friday 10th January

    Alarm call at 5.45am - I limped out to the van! We drove for a couple of hours and got to the park mid-morning. The safari had begun.
    The driver only had to go for about 10 minutes before we started seeing beautiful animals. Wonderful creatures such as gazelle, wart hogs, ...

    Kit Mikayi

    A travel blog entry by emily-kop on Aug 10, 2013

    1 photo

    Today we visited the Masai Market, where we saw a huge range of intricate craftwork. The stallholders were very persuasive, demanding that 'looking is free' and calling me to ‘come sister.’ In true form, I was easily persuaded to buy a ridiculous amount of stuff, including a menagerie of soapstone hippos, an elephant and a lion. One even said that if I didn’t buy ...


    A travel blog entry by alexobt on Jul 01, 2013

    ... always ask for the price of something before you buy/eat it. Though this would cost about a pound in Mombasa apparently "government tax" is responsible for the local price hike. I remain unconvinced.Our lodge is excellent however, just next to a watering hole where the local red elephants (as they cover themselves in the reddish dust) spend the night. We have the entire place to ourselves as well which is ...

    African queen part 3

    A travel blog entry by andrew.lukaris on Jan 08, 2013

    ... I want to tell her and then have to tell my self about not being here as a fashion envoy.

    Girls: if you wear linen on holiday please please make sure it's not see through on top unless it fits you properly and never never do see through on the bottom. No ones ass looks good with a thong on with linen clinging to it. I can see your haemeroids.

    We eat and join our old friends for one last time. We head back to the room and our final sleep in Africa.

    I will return. ...