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Bush camps

 
“Bush Camps” are lodges and camps which, while very comfortable, are simpler in design. You will have proper beds, en-suite bathroom, and a very good standard of food. You will not have a spa and there may not be a pool. These bush camps are often owner run, set in beautiful remote locations and offer a variety of different safari activities guided by experts who love what they do.
Elephant walking next to guest chalet at Old Mondoro Bush Camp.
Elephant walking next to guest chalet at Old Mondoro Bush Camp.
 
In contrast to most of the camps in the Lower Zambezi, the Cumings family, who own Chiawa Camp, have created something a little different in Old Mondoro. The concept of the camp is simple — to step back from the ultra-luxurious lodges seemingly springing up everywhere, and rather provide guests with an authentic remote safari that concentrates on the wildlife and bush experience.
 
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Guest tent and view at Huab Under Canvas in Namibia.
Guest tent and view at Huab Under Canvas in Namibia.
 
The Huab Conservancy, about 90km northwest of Khorixas in Damaraland, is a core desert-adapted black rhino area and a pioneering community and conservation development. Ultimate Safaris has entered into an agreement with the conservancy which has secured exclusive use area for the purposes of their Journeys Under Canvas camp.
 
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Guest accommodation at Tafika Camp in Zambia.
Guest accommodation at Tafika Camp in Zambia.
 
Tafika Camp is situated in the shade of huge leadwood trees by the Luangwa River in the northern part of the South Luangwa National Park. The camp has six spacious reed and thatch chalets, each with proper beds, simple safari furniture and an en-suite with flush WC and shower, which is open to the stars.
 
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Safari guests enjoying sundowners at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp in Kenya.
Safari guests enjoying sundowners at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp in Kenya.
 
Ol Pejeta Bush Camp is a traditional, comfortable bush camp, located in Laikipia’s Ol Pejeta Conservancy, on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River. Situated between the foothills of the Aberdares and the magnificent snow-capped Mount Kenya, the 90,000-acre private conservancy is an integral part of the Laikipia/Samburu ecosystem and has one of the highest wildlife densities in Kenya, including all of the Big Five.
 
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Double tent interior at Saruni Wild in Kenya.
Double tent interior at Saruni Wild in Kenya.
 
Saruni Wild is one of our favourite camps in the Masai Mara for families with children of all ages. This is one of the smallest camps in the region, nestled in a remote valley of the private Lemek Conservancy on the very northern edge of the Mara plains. The experience here is that of a true African adventure, with local Maasai guides leading you and your youngsters on exhilarating game drives, bush walks, and even showing you what it takes to live like a Maasai Warrior.
 
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Guests outside Saruni Rhino, Samburu, Kenya.
Guests outside Saruni Rhino, Samburu, Kenya.
 
Offering one of Kenya’s most private and unique safari experiences, Saruni Rhino camp stands alone in the vast 300,000-hectare private Sera Conservancy overlooking a dry riverbed and waterhole in the captivating landscapes of remote northern Kenya.
 
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Guest suite, Nsolo Bush Camp, South Luangwa, Zambia.
Guest suite, Nsolo Bush Camp, South Luangwa, Zambia.
 
Nsolo Bush Camp is about an hour from the Luangwa River on a bend in the seasonal Luwi River under a grove of immense trees near to a waterhole. The accommodation is in four rustic, yet comfortable thatched chalets, each set on a wooden deck under the shade of the trees, with proper beds, stylish furnishings, outside en-suite bathrooms and private verandas out front.
 
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Lounge and bar area at Serengeti Safari Camp in Tanzania.
Lounge and bar area at Serengeti Safari Camp in Tanzania.
 
Serengeti Safari Camp is a comfortable semi permanent camp which moves every few months to shadow the course of the wildebeest migration in the world-renowned Serengeti.
 
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Guest tent, Oliver's Camp, Tarangire, Tanzania.
Oliver's Camp - Tarangire - Tanzania
Guest tent, Oliver's Camp, Tarangire, Tanzania.
 
Oliver's Camp is a long-established high quality tented camp located on private land just inside the Tarangire National Park. It is probably the best located of all the camps in and surrounding Tarangire with easy access to the central part of the National Park.
 
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Elephant outside Selinda Explorers Camp in Botswana.
Elephant outside Selinda Explorers Camp in Botswana.
 
Selinda Explorers is located on a vast 300,000-acre private concession on the Selinda Spillway, an expanse of open bush and woodland lying between the Okavango and Linyanti deltas. The Spillway is a permanent waterway which links the Okavango Delta with the Linyanti marshes in the extreme north of Botswana providing a perfect big game viewing location all year round.
 
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Guest tent at Lewa Wilderness Camp in Kenya.
Guest tent at Lewa Wilderness Camp in Kenya.
 
From the time you arrive, owners Steve and Annabelle Carey embrace you into their safari family. They invite you to make their home in the wilds of northern Kenya your own. This is the place to reconnect with nature on an authentic bush camp adventure.
 
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