Satao Camp

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Details of Satao Camp

TENTS: 20

Nestled amongst trees and surrounding a central water-hole, the semi-circular layout of the camp provides an excellent viewing point for each of our guests. Satao Camp has 20 tents, all e-suite, thoughtfully positioned to ensure a full view of the camps “own” watering hole.

The 20 tents are made up of :

  • 16 family tents and
  • 4 suites

Each tent is constructed of sisal and boroti poles topped with a makuti roof, only the front of the tent is visible as each tent has its own patio with table and chairs.

The tents are exquisite; all are attractively furnished with locally made beds and unique African designs. Each spacious tent has a private bathroom with running water.

The shower however is in the true African style, whereby the camp staff bring hot water in the evening. The bathrooms are very spacious, slate floors with stunning wooden framework, the wash basins sunken into the structure, all fitted with flushing toilet.

The suites have authentic antique writing desks and beautiful African bed and cushion covers. Comfort and the personal touch is what we provide you with in the bush to ensure your stay with us is one that you will never forget

The Camp also has a mini spa to indulge the couple. The marriage license, certificate and registration are also taken care of.

Short Overview

Satao Camp is ideally located inside Tsavo East National Park, offering tranquility and comfortable stay during safari in Kenya.

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