- USA, Male, 31-40
- Novice Nomad
- 2 reviews
Amazing time spent here. Was a little off put by the dirt road through the village. Juma and staff were perfect hosts. The hostel- A well kept, broken in, homely beach shack about 2 min (I timed it) from the water. I described the place to my friends as "an old, comfortable couch that you want to return to." As people have mentioned the price for some thing was expensive. It is similar to the young, fun, interactive hostels in Europe and Asia, where making new friends an ease. I hope to be back
- USA, Female, 25-30
- Novice Nomad
- 8 reviews
Baby Bush has so much potential... but doesn't quite live up to what it could be. Ienjoyed my stay quite a bit, but probabaly mostly because I met some great people there. : food and drinks are good (if a bit overpriced) - pool is great, but only gets sun in the morning. - beach is super close and nice w a good view - nice lounge/social area. I ended up sleeping on the couches outside because the dorms were too hot. -on quiet/far side of beach - overpriced
- England, All Female Group, 25-30
- Avid Traveller
- 10 reviews
Baby bush is a lovely, chilled place to stay seconds from the beach with great views. Great, attentive staff & clean rooms. Only (small) downside was wifi was poor & we didn't realise when we booked that the showers were salt water.
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