Eco-Lodge Kuwinda Tented Camp
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Eco-Lodge Kuwinda Tented Camp Tsavo National Park East
Travel Blogs from Tsavo National Park East
... 4 shillings. We should have told them to go get it from the chameleon guy. Two more sweet women grabbed us by the arm and led us away. Thinking they were showing us the falls we walked along only to discover they were hijacking us to their little gift shop. We left the falls without bothering to walk down to it. Looked like any falls we might see in Idaho or Oregon. We left a bit smarter knowing our best reaction is to rudely say no thanks, not today and ignore merchants ...
What a day it has been! The adjustment stage for study abroad is always a difficult one, no matter where we go each year. But Kenya... oh, Kenya you are challenging us right from the start!
As a recap from last night, 3:45a was the last time I looked at the clock, so I'm hurting today. My top bunk bed was apparently broken underneath, so when I got into bed I landed down below. It's always fun to be disassembling wooden bunk beds in the middle of the ...
... a clue they were on her menu for dinner that night! What an amazing sight...and I think I caught her and the cubs with my zoom lens!
The lodge we stayed in (Lion Hill Lodge) was amazing - set on a very high point of the park...so the view was unbelievable...although we couldn't see them, lions were roaming around below us. The lodges are so pretty...compact and clean. It felt luxurious to actually sit on a toilet with a seat rather than ...
... cool. At this point Natalia would probably want me to say that is NOT a KOP endorsed activity so do it with care! We saw are a couple of hippos a matter of metres away which was exciting. It was refreshing break, and we made the most of it! That evening we celebrated three KOPper's birthdays and relaxed at the rooftop ...
8/01/2013 Africa - Nairobi.
After an 8 hr flight sat next to a guy with Tourette's and booze and a bit of a wee patch we landed at Nairobi airport at 6:15am.
The airport was a toilet and a bit of an eye opener. So many people with khaki gillettes with various empty pockets and a few very well to do people with teenaged children who swore with very posh accents, which is my favourite swearing. Very strange. One couple were dressed in proper safari outfits including hats. ...