We arrived at this camp in the late afternoon. Unfortunately there was only a guard who didnt speak any English (and my Swahili is limited to only a few words). The place was deserted. So we decided to leave and go to another nearby camp.Sorry folks at Eco Boma Camp. It looks very nice but also a bit deserted like the place isnt finished yet or hadnt started up for the season (we were here in end of July).
Eco Boma Camp is a great place just 10 minutes drive from the main entrance to Lake Manyara National Park. The camp has a lot of good infrastructure, and you can stay in self-contained homes of various categories or tents. The staff is very kind and you can enjoy the wonderful food and the campfire in the evening.