The elevated suites feature a spacious bedroom and the beds are fully mobile, giving guests the choice of slumber under star-laden skies. The main area features an oversize deck for outdoor dining and views over the permanent water of the lagoon, as well as a swimming pool for cooling off in the heat of the day.
A big advantage of Baines’ is that it is located on a private reserve of 260,000 acres, sharing it only with its sister camp, Stanley’s. This means you can enjoy your game viewing in privacy. You can take safaris by open vehicle, during the day and at night, on foot with an armed guide, by mokoro canoe, or on a small motor boat giving you a wide range of perspectives from which to enjoy the wildlife.
One of the special features of Baines’ Camp is its proximity to the nearby Living With Elephants project, run by the hugely experienced Doug Groves. For over 20 years, Doug and his team have raised and rehabilitated two orphaned elephants so that they are now habituated to the presence of people and at an additional cost it is possible to spend around five hours with them.