Named after the two entwined baobabs in front of the bar, this is by far the best place to stay in an area of limited choices. But that doesn't change the fact this is a great, and surprisingly comfortable camp.
The dome tents, under thatched roofs, with small verandas at the front and flushing loos and cool showers at the back, provide all you need.
The food served in the open dining area is simple, but filling. The camp is also ideal for night walks, either in Kirindy Reserve itself, or in the camp's own private park. Walking along a mini avenue of baobabs to see their silhouettes against the Milky Way is quite something.