Enasoit Camp has 8 rooms: 6 tented cottages and 1 family tent with 2 interconnecting rooms.
The rooms are situated around the waterhole, which attracts a busy array of wildlife, easily visible from the tent verandahs.
The tents are carefully constructed using canvas and local materials, combining the romance of living ‘under canvas’ with the comfort of a permanent structure.
Each tent has an en-suite bathroom, wooden floors, a sitting area with a fireplace and private verandah.
Life in camp revolves around the open-sided Mess Tent, which overlooks the waterhole. By day, the Mess Tent offers a comfortable shaded spot from which to enjoy the wildlife and views across the plain. At night, a campfire is lit in front of the Mess Tent for pre-dinner drinks and sightings of Enasoit’s nocturnal wildlife.
The Pool House is a quiet retreat nestled on the side of a small hill a 5 minute drive or 20 minute gentle walk from Enasoit Camp. The Pool House has two thatched double en-suite cottages, as well as a sitting and dining room beside the pool, and it is surrounded by tropical gardens, which enjoy exceptional bird life.
As Enasoit is booked exclusively, guests have sole use of Enasoit Camp and the Pool House during their stay. The Pool House provides additional accommodation for larger groups and is also an alternative location for lunches and dinners, or for tranquil afternoons relaxing at the pool.
- All bedroom cottages have spacious en-suite bathrooms with hot and cold running water
- The Study: WiFi, satellite TV & DVDs
- The Games Room: croquet, table tennis, volleyball, boules
- The Massage Room: massage and nail treatments
- Open-topped game drive vehicles
- Small library about African history and wildlife
- Vegetable / herb garden and chicken coup providing our kitchens with fresh produce
- Swimming pool
- Camp fire overlooking the waterhole
- Baby cots, high chairs and extra children’s beds
- Complementary laundry service