Entamanu is gorgeous. The wind was very strong this time of the year and we were told that people have found it very uncomfortable. Didn't bother us, and we liked being closer to the park entrance so we could get the earliest start possible. At Kuro, guests told us that the Crater was too crowded and that it was not a good experience but we found that while there more jeeps than in other parks, it was still wonderful.
The beds in the Entamanu camp were the best Scott and I had ever slept in - so much so we want to know where Nomad sources its mattresses from, to buy one for ourselves!! Many thanks also for the lovely B'day celebrations for Scott that was organised at Entamanu - B'day cake presented by the Masai staff with Masai dancing and singing - we will never forget it. Scott keeps talking about the fact he was presented with a Masai warrior robe and is now a Masai Chief in Training! Many thanks George for organising this with Ben from Entamanu. Ben by the way was absolutely superb.
Enatamanu was equally amazing (if a tad windy!!!) and would definitely give it 5 stars. Paul our guide had some car trouble on the way there from the airport but it was quickly sorted and at no point were we concerned. The staff welcomed us so warmly it felt like we were royalty! Richard the camp manager was particularly friendly and made us feel very at home.
Our tent was amazing – being a family one it was double the size and very luxurious. We did struggle with sleep though as it was super windy and the tent flapped about very noisily but I suppose thats the price you pay for being on the rim so it did’nt bother us much. The permanent structures they are building there would definitely make a stay 100% perfect. The food again was fantastic and they even managed to make me a birthday cake!! (which i believe you had a hand in thank you!). The crater game drive was superb, we saw such a lot! We also got to do the crater rim walk and the boma visit which was particularly special.