Of all the options
available for your visit to Africa, the traditional tented
camp safari is by far the best choice. A true tented safari
is a completely mobile and self-contained expedition, with
the equipment and crew moving to a new wilderness area every
few days. There is nothing to compare with being in your own
camp in a beautiful setting with the sights and sounds of
nature close at hand. You have come to Africa to see the wildlife,
enjoy the beautiful landscapes, and be as close to the rhythm
of nature as possible, and the tented camp provides the perfect
way to do that.
There is nothing quite like coming back to camp in the evening
after an exhilarating day on safari. A perfect hot shower
is ready for you in your tent, and your clothes have been
freshly laundered. Coming out to a crackling campfire and
sitting down with your favorite drink, the stars blaze overhead
and maybe somewhere out in the dark, a lion roars. It is at
moments like these that the magic of Africa steals into your
soul and changes you forever. Exclusive campsites are carefully
selected for their beauty and uncluttered intimacy with nature.
Our 10 x 13 x 7 ft. tents have private bathrooms with flush
toilets, wash basins, and hot bucket showers. You can choose
between two twin beds or one king size bed.
The entire tent is netted, so that, even though there are
almost no insects around, they are insect-proof. Lighting
is by kerosene lamps and is reminiscent of ‘old Africa’.
On chilly nights a hot water bottle is tucked between the
freshly laundered cotton sheets.
The dining tent is complete with candlelight, glasses, and
a bar with beer and wine. Fresh bread is baked every day and
soups are made from scratch with homemade stock. Supplies
of fresh fruits and vegetables are available. Menus can be
custom-designed around your favorites. Excellent South African
Wines are included, as are sodas, soft drinks, beer and some
liquor, are personally selected to compliment meals.
The Camp is set at Robanda, Ikoma Region, close to the Serengeti
border and in the middle of the migration pass.
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