Kikoti Camp is named after a nearby, mile long stretch of Kopjes from which one can enjoy unrivaled views of Tarangire. The camp is nestled on Boundary Hill, outside the Eastern side of Tarangire National Park. Kikoti is Maasai for “the place where life began” and the camp is located a hundred miles from Arusha in a remote stretch of bush on the migratory corridor from the adjacent Tarangire National Park. The camp recaptures the time-honored and splendor of the traditional safari camp of yesteryear, offering superior service and campfire hospitality rather than modern conveniences and anonymous welcome.
Each of the ten large tents has sewn-in floors and plumbed en-suite facilities, wooden beds, fresh linen and a veranda from which to admire the views of the Silale wetlands in the valley below. The tents have been raised on platforms of natural timber, from where one can enjoy beautiful sunsets.