Campement Soutrala is operated by the Association Soutrala Tyeara, which was formed to promote community tourism and cultural exchanges.
I liked the mud huts and the great setting of the campement with the shady mangotrees and the hammocks in the shade. Every hut has a spacious open air bathroom between the huts. The showers have running water and not the buckets still is written in the travelguides. There are two shared toilets. There was no electricity, every hut has its own solarlamp.
We stayed two nights in the campement to explore Senoufou villages, the peaks and escarpment.
The huts were rather cool at night with the door open, only closed by a wicker mat which allows a breeze coming in. We enjoyed the showers, especially at night in moonlight with a starry sky. The food we ordered for dinner was great.
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