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Kibo is a nice camp in a good location just outside the park gate. Bear in mind there are actually no fances round the park just a gate on the road so the camp is essentially still in the park. There are fences round the...More
We stayed at the camp for 2 nights in August. The tent was very spacious, the meals were terrific, the staff friendly and courteous, the view of Mt Kilimanjaro fabulous and the massages wonderful. We wish we could have stayed longer. It was better than...More
My partner and I were fortunate to spend our last 2 nights of a 12 day safari at Kibo. It was definitely the best overall lodge we stayed at!
The staff were very friendly, welcoming and professional. The lodge is very well set up, with...More
Kibo was a very quiet and friend camp, located just outside the kimana gate of Amboseli park. Tents are well appointed, very nice staff and friendly staff in the Restaurent. Even the chef (gasper) took a very special care of our specific dietary needs. Overall...More
We stayed at kibo for 2 days . They are good at services. The staff very cooperative & courteous. Kitchen staff they amazed us by serving good vegetarian meals also packed lunches for safari.stay & property is beautiful. Lovely experience
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USD 214 - USD 568 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from cinnabar01 | Reviewed this property |
There was definitely coffee for breakfast, and probably tea and juice although I didn't have any. We had wine with dinner and it was quite reasonable. In the range of $20 for a perfectly fine bottle although I don't remember... More
There was definitely coffee for breakfast, and probably tea and juice although I didn't have any. We had wine with dinner and it was quite reasonable. In the range of $20 for a perfectly fine bottle although I don't remember the exact amount. We also bought water and a few soft drinks in the bar, and it was few dollars each time for a couple of bottles. Less than we would have paid at home.
Response from Lorraine H | Reviewed this property |
The food they serve is not Indian, but rather English and Continental. There are vegetarian options, however per meal there is usually only one or two Indian style dishes maximum. But the food is really tasty... More
The food they serve is not Indian, but rather English and Continental. There are vegetarian options, however per meal there is usually only one or two Indian style dishes maximum. But the food is really tasty. Always lunch and dinner is different, buffet on both accounts. Also the dessert selection though small is up to standard.The restaurant service is excellent.
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