The camp is comprised of 10 luxury safari tents, two of which are suited to families. All the tents have en-suite bathroom facilities, carefully chosen textiles and individual furniture, and verandas where you can enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner for two. Each tent, as well as communal areas, is set atop a slightly raised wooden platform and surrounded by surprisingly rugged terrain.
The local packs of African wild dogs draw conservationists and wildlife photographers to the Gomoti Plains, but few tourists have yet discovered the region. Staying at the camp, you can explore the waterways by motorboat or mokoro (a traditional dugout canoe), hike and picnic on islands in the river, and take early morning and after dark game drives to see large predators such as elephant and buffalo, but also the smaller, nocturnal mammals.