We stayed three nights, 2 families with young kids. The camp is small (6 tents in total) all set around a wooden pavilion dining/relaxing area. The tents were comfortable and clean, set away from each other so you can have some privacy. For families, two of the tents are positioned closer to each other, which is great.
Three things about this trip really stood out:
1) the absolute beauty of the place. Acacia trees, candelabra cactuses, tons of other types of cactuses, flowers. Just beautiful. Its more about nature, getting to see and interact with the local Masai people, going for walks – than about animals and game drives.
2) Such a lovely team of people working there. The couple who run the camp and all of their staff are really warm and relaxed people. The assistant manager couldn’t do enough to make our stay enjoyable. And when we wanted to go out hiking, they helped look after the kids which was great.
3) Fantastic food! Really enjoyed the meals – a wide variety of soups, curries, pasta, fresh fruit, pancakes for breakfast. We brought some of our own booze and bought some there – very reasonably priced. Evenings spent by the campfire – perfect.
Honestly speaking, there are probably places more tailored for very young kids, but we thoroughly enjoyed it nonetheless.