The Camp sits in Tsavo East National Park with a lot of history. It is the oldest cam in Tsavo East National Park. During the construction of the Railway Bridge over the Tsavo River in 1898 by the British for what was then known as the Ugandan Railway, approximately 140 workers were killed by two Maneless male lions, over a period of 3 months. After repeated unsuccessful endeavors, the first lion was finally killed on 9th December 1898 during a night hunt. Man-Eaters Camp is an exclusive lodge comprising of 31 fully furnished En- suits tents facing the Tsavo river in Tsavo east/west. The camp has 8 family tents which have 1 double bed and 1 single bed for a child, all the beds are four-poster beds with mosquito nets and even the single can accommodate 1 adult. There is also 1 wheelchair-friendly tent, easily accessible to and next to the bar, restaurant, and lounge at the camp. All the tents are well ventilated, spacious, consisting of a large king-size bed (6ft x 6ft) while the family tents have one double king-size bed and extra single bed. Each tent overlooks the Tsavo River giving you a chance to enjoy the uninterrupted views from your own private accommodation. All tents have locally made furniture that easily blends in well with the great surrounding landscapes.