Location: Babu’s Camp is located in Mkomazi National Park, about 2 ½ hours drive southeast of Arusha, about 11 kilometres from Zange park gate and a little more than an hour’s drive from the Mkomazi Rhino Sanctuary.
Accommodation: Beautifully set among baobab trees and acacia, the six walk-in safari tents are comfortably furnished with a large hand carved wooden bed or twin beds, wardrobe, changing area, safari chairs, and a writing desk. Each tent has an attached bathroom with a flush toilet and hot shower. Electricity is provided by a silenced generator (220 Volt from 07h00 to 09h00 and 18h30 to 23h00 daily), which provides lighting throughout the camp and in the tents. Being a traditional camp there is no email or phone communication for guests; the camp is equipped with an HF radio in the event of an emergency.
Facilities & Services: The dining tent offers ample seating inside and outside on its verandah where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served, and there is a full service bar set up next to a gigantic baobab each night. Other facilities include game drives, hikes or walks in the park accompanied by a ranger. Visits to the endangered Black Rhinos and African Wild Dogs sanctuaries introduced to Mkomazi with the aid of George Adamson / Tony Fitzjohn African Wildlife Preservation Trust can also be arranged.