The accommodation at Kikoboga Tented Camp is simple but functional in stone built Bandas. Each room has private facilities with flushing toilets, large beds, armchairs, ceiling fans and writing desks. Each banda has a curved veranda overlooking the plains or the waterholes.
Meals at Kikoboga are taken in the raised dining banda or under the stars on the encircling terrace. There is also a BBQ area and an open fire. This platform makes a superb viewing terrace from which to see the game on the surrounding plains.
Kikoboga Tented Camp offers its guests wonderful views of the resident animal population. Nestled between the Uluguru and Rubeho mountains, this is a protected area of outstanding natural beauty. It is still possible to visit this park and not see another safari bus all day – but you will see a high concentration of game such as elephant, lion, leopard, hyena, jackal, giraffe, sable antelope, zebra and buffalo.
In the southern area of the flood-plain, in the Kikoboga area, you will find families of yellow baboon, hippos and many birds such as open billed storks. Over 300 species of birds have been listed as living in the park.