Kwihala Camp has only 6 tents, which are large and airy. The tents are furnished with practical furniture and each have an ensuite bathroom with a flushing chemical toilet and a bucket shower which the staff replenish with warm water from an outside tank. Each tent has a covered veranda area that is mosquito proof.
The main lounge and dining area is set in an open sided tent, allowing you to see the outside area whilst you eat. The lounge area is furnished with comfortable sofas and chairs and lots of cream coloured canvas. The Kwihala signature baobab design is everywhere, from the bed linen to the pottery plant stands in the lounge area.
Kwihala Camp has solar power, providing electric light in the dining tent; this is also provided to the tents during the hours of darkness. The food is tasty and plentiful at Kwihala. Breakfast is a choice between fresh fruit, pancakes and cooked food, whilst lunch consists of salad, sandwiches and fruit. Dinner is a 3 course meal and can be eaten either in the dining tent or under the stars.
Ruaha National Park is a great place for bird watchers to visit. From mid November to March there are over 500 species to view and watch – a wonderful sight.