There are 37 tents at the Governor's. Twenty eight have a view over the river, and the other nine over the plain. Small paths lead you to each of them. 24 tents have a double bed, 12 have twin beds, and the last is considered as a suite. There is no electricity here. In the evening, illumination is provided by candles and oil lamps. There is not much decoration in the bedroom, apart from the bedcovers decorated with small elephants. There is a dressing table just by the bathroom, which is separated from the bedroom by a tent curtain and is decorated in ochre tiling, and contains hospitality products. There is no hair-dryer, which would be useless without electricity anyway; however, there are two bathrobes hanging on the wall.