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When we first arrived, I was not sure where the camp was. This was due to the fog and mist of the crater. The tents were basic and comfortable. The hot bucket showers were great. The hot water bottles at bedtime were very welcome-this was...More
We stayed for just one night during a 5-day safari. Food was really great and set up in a cosy tent outside. As English-speakers it was somewhat difficult to communicate with the employees, however. It gets REALLY cold at night however as it is located...More
After staying at their sister camp in the Serengeti, my wife and I were very excited for our night at Pakulala Safari Camp. Similar to their camp in the Serengeti, we were promptly greeted with towels to wipe hands/face and cold fruit juice. The staff...More
The balcony where Pakulala Camp it's found, the charming tend with its many details, the diferent amenities they offer.... everything was so comforting like the amability of the staff working on it. It is also difficult to tell which of the dinners was the most...More
okay, reading the other comments, we had no idea how much the place was as it was part of a safari package. if we'd've known it was $330 per person, we would too have been a bit upset. but we didn't and it was paid...More
Response from Priscila_Fernandez | Property representative |
Please note that Pakulala tents have two double beds, therefore there is no room for a third. Families usually use the two beds or get a single tent. Please contact us at should you need further information... More
Please note that Pakulala tents have two double beds, therefore there is no room for a third. Families usually use the two beds or get a single tent. Please contact us at should you need further information. Thanks a lot!