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LUXURIOUS CAMPS
 
Your accommodation in a luxury safari camp will be a palatial canvas suite, complete with en-suite bathroom, elegant furnishing and a spacious private deck. It is far, far more luxurious than you would dream a "tent" could ever be. yet, because it is made of canvas, the suite stays warm in cool weather and breathes in hot weather.
Mombo Camp is a stylish island haven in the heart of the Okavango Delta. It is situated on the northern tip of Chief’s Island, a wildlife hotspot of the delta. Looking out from your luxurious tented suite across the floodplains you will be sights of antelope and plains game dotting the savannah and during game drives there is a strong chance of leopard and lion sightings as both these species put in regular appearances.
Zarafa is set on a private 135,000 hectare (330,000 acre) wildlife area located in northern Botswana. What makes this locale special is that it follows the floodplains of the Selinda Spillway, the waterway that winds its way through dry countryside to connect the Okavango Delta in the west to the Linyanti and Kwando wetlands and rivers in the east.
The Makgadikgadi Pans are a series of flat prehistoric super lakes. Thousands of years ago the area would have been an immense wetland. Now, the waters have long since disappeared making it one of the most remote and hauntingly beautiful desert locations in Botswana. 50 years ago, Jack Bousfield, father of the current owner Ralph set up Jack’s Camp in an oasis of palm trees and grassland in the Makgadikgadi Pans. Today, Ralph maintains hints of the original pioneering camp.
Nxabega Camp, in the heart of the Okavango Delta, is a place which perfectly combines rustic simplicity with a great sense of style and comfort and is set in an idyllic spot in the heart of this great maze of reed lined waterways.
Duba Plains is one of the Okavango’s most remote camps. It is located in the furthermost reaches of the Delta and is situated on a 77,000 acre private concession on an island surrounded by large flood plains and shaded by large ebony, fig and garcinia trees. As the only property on the concession you are guaranteed maximum privacy at all times.
Mchenja, meaning "the ebony tree", is set beneath a magnificent grove of these trees on the banks of the Luangwa River. It is the most luxurious of the Norman Carr tented camps yet it is also designed to combine excellently with other more rustic bush camps.
Situated in the Lower Zambezi National Park, this remote camp is family owned and run by the Cumings family. Chiawa translates to ‘place of rest’ and the fantastic staff are all skilled in faultless customer service making each guest feel special.
Xaranna Camp is located in the Okavango Delta, an oasis rich in wildlife and a true birders paradise. Situated on a private concession of 272,000 hectares, an area larger than Luxembourg, a stay at Xaranna is a luxurious seclusion amidst the beauty of the African wilderness.
Shumba Camp has one of the most idyllic settings of any African safari camp on an “island” in the shade of huge old trees surrounded by vast expanses of flat grassy plains and shallow waterways.
Mara Plains Camp is a superb and stylish camp on the vast 30,000 acre private Olare Motorogi Conservancy in the heart of some of the best predator country in the Masai Mara. The camp is in a beautiful setting on the Ntiakatek River with views for miles across rolling hills and expansive open plains dotted with acacia trees, high escarpments and woodland and are host to an incredible density of wildlife.
Ruckomechi Camp is situated at the western reaches of the Zambezi floodplains, within Mana Pools National Park. Its sheltered by a huge stand of acacia and mahogany and it looks across the river to the massive escarpment of Africa’s Great Rift Valley.