Here, there is a choice between having a roof over your head or sleeping under canvas. The Fig Tree Camp has 70 rooms, of which 48 are tents and 22 are bungalows. The largest tent of the camp is exactly the same as the others, apart from the fact that it is a little more spacious, and is fitted with an original shower. Its terrace is also bigger. All the tents face the river. The interior decoration is the same throughout, both in the tents and in the bungalows: orange bed covers with elephant patterns, and furniture made of dark wood. However, the tent floor is green plastic, and the four-poster bed has a mosquito net, which is absent in the bungalows. There is a small terrace outside both types of accommodation, covered by a wooden roof. In the tents, the bathroom is a solid extension built up against the canvas. Mineral water and hospitality products are provided. All the bungalows have a view over the garden. They also have air conditioning, unlike the tents. Ultimately, it must be said that the tent is more charming.