Each timber-and-thatch suite has an ensuite bathroom with hot and cold running water as well as an upstairs deck for relaxing.
The main mess tent is the only structure on the beach, from where you can dine while taking in views of the lake and the misty mountains beyond. Evenings regularly end with sundowner drinks at the lamp-lit bar, on an old wooden dhow or on the warm sands of Kangwena Beach in front of Greystoke Mahale.
Things to do at this captivating remote camp include hiking into the forest to look for chimps, bushbucks, bushpigs and butterflies. Refresh with a dip beneath a waterfall, or a trip in the dhow. You can also kayak, swim and fish the crystalline waters of Lake Tanganyika, the largest of its kind in Africa.