Located on a private sanctuary on the western edge of Tsavo, the camp sits on a secluded dam on the Sante River – home to turtles, crocodiles, and hundreds of basking hippos. Tsavo National Park is a diverse land of savannah and hills and an extensive river system. The wildlife is superb, with large herds of elephants, their hides often bright red with dust, plus lions, buffaloes, giraffes, and the fringe-eared oryx, to name just a few.
Tsavo West National Park
What to Expect
Voyager Ziwani, the recipient of a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence award, is a delightful camp with newly renovated tents and plenty of activities for the whole family. The Adventurers’ Club will keep the children well and truly occupied whilst teaching them about the environment and wildlife. Night game drives are permitted in this private sanctuary located on the western edge of Tsavo.
There is a restaurant serving delicious homemade meals, and a lounge bar overlooking the dam where you can enjoy a refreshing drink. Early morning tea delivered to your tent. Bush breakfasts and barbecue dinners can also be arranged. You can enjoy guided nature walks and day and night game drives. Plenty of activities are available including a tour of Gicheha farm, trips to the twin volcanic lakes of Chala and Jipe, visits to the historical tower and tombs of Grogan’s Castle, and tours of the World War II battlefields on Slaughter Hill. Masai dancers will entertain you in the evening. There is also a small boutique selling souvenirs and safari essentials.
There are 25 tents set around the banks of the Sante River. Each luxury tent is spacious and features a modern en suite bathroom with a shower, and a large verandah where guests can watch the wildlife against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro. As well as double and twin tents there are triple tents furnished with 3 beds.
Board Basis at Voyager Ziwani Camp includes (Lunch, Dinner & Breakfast)