We stayed at the olkeri camp on our safari tour to the coast, because of problems with our reservation at the sekenani camp (we where told, the manager at sekenani left with all documents).
Its quite a way to this camp, because the street there, is not really a street, even for kenyan standards.
The tents are spread around the area. From your tent you don't see the next one, because there is some bushes and vegetation between them.
The tent itself was clean and all worked. We had some spiders in the tent, but I think the poison spray in the room is to spray them with it. But hey, your on safari ;-)
The staff is friendly but a little bit bored. Food is good and the breakfast/lunch/dinner area is quite nice.
WLAN is not available, not even at the breakfast area.
Power to load your gadgets is only available in the morning and evening for some hours. Power for light (comes from batteries) is always available.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included