Tarhi is the name that the inigenous Liangulu people gave the dik dik, miniature antelope that are often seen near kambi ya Tarhi, the camp of the dik dik.
On the banks of the Voi river, in a shadowed glade among ancient boskia trees, Kambi ya Tarhi has the atmosphere of the pioneer camps of long ago while providing the luxery of a permanent camp with modern amenities.
Ideally placed in one of the most prolifice game viewing areas of the-renown Tsavo National Park, the camp is the perfect centre for your game drive.
You can make safari an all-day experience as you enjoy the serenity and surprices of the African bush around the camp, watching the light change on the Taita hills, listening to the calls of the animals or marvelling at the brightly painted birds.
To slake your thrist the camp´s well stocked bar offers a full range of drinks that add to your relaxation as you sit around the riverside campfire and recall the day´experiences.
To wash the dust off after your game drive each tent providesan en suite shower and toilet with all the pleasures of running water, and hot water in pioneer-style shower at request.
Dining is safari-style under open canopy tent that looks out on the Taita hills. Our higly experiencd safari cooks provide a wide range of dishes that aim to please ervery palate.
With its own electricity supply the camp is well lit in the evenings, in all the tents and public areas. You can recharge your camera batteries at the power outlet, ready for the next day´s big game photo shoot.
The Tarhi Camp is used from a lot of Safari companis, but even selfdrivers are wellcome.
Please, enjoy the adventure: private safaris with Traver Jennings or Margit Ruggieri.
Ask for the speciall rates.
***we speak geman and english***
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