Seeing elephants on a safari is always thrilling. Imagine spotting a mother protecting her cu-ious baby, or an old male swaggering through the bush with stoic determination. Now, multiply that 100-fold and yotire in the Chobe, home to one of the densest elephant populations in the world.
The luxu-ious Camp KuzllTla is ideally placed for guests to e?oy a five-star safari experience, borderng both Chobe National Park in Botswana and Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, where 200,000 elephants still follow ancient migratory routes to form the world’s largest free-flowing elephant corridor.
Guests can enjoy both early morning and late afternoon game drives through Kazuma Forest Reserve and onto the open plains to look for wildebeest, buffalo, sable, giraffe, lion and leopard. Twitchers will be kept busy with 196 species of bird to see. Ramblers can request a bush walk to see the smaller, more detailed side of nature, closer than ever before.
One of the highlights at Camp Kuzuma is the private cruise on the Chobe River to see elephants swimming and cavorting in the water. It’s a photographer’s paradise! Camp Kuzuma is an hour from Kasane Airport in Botswana and has seven tented suites, including a family suite, sitting on solid bases and linked by wooden walkways. Inside the canvas walls, its pure luxury with Victorian baths, leather couches and kngsized beds. Suites are also available in twin- and triplebed configurations. Each suite has a full ba1hroom plus the decadent delight of an outdoor shower.
Camp KuzllTla is one of very few camps in Southern Africa to be Eco-Tourism certified and totally off the grid, making sole use of solar power. The main lodge features a refreshing swimming pool plus a bar, lounge and dining area, where general manager Jaco Kok and his team of chefs serve up sumptuous African cuisine.
Relaxing by the pool is a great way to spend the afternoon, or try a magical midnight dip under the stars. Then be pampered in the well-appointed spa, offering massages and reflexology under canvas by the waterhole, while the sound of frolicking wildlife relaxes you.
The camp can organise outside excursions too, like a visit to Victoria Falls or a trip to the local village to meet the Chief. With special rates for SADC residents, Camp Kuzuma is just waiting to introduce you to its magic, and the elephants too.
Eco-Special Rates (valid until 30 Jtme 2019):
Three-nights per person sharing from R12,999.00 or two-nights per person sharing from R9,530.00. SADC Residents Rates for 2019: 1 July to 31 Oct 2019: USO 468 per person, per night sharing.
1 Nov – 30 Nov 2019: USO 400 per person, per night sharing.
For more info, or to make a booking, visit www.campkuzuma.com or contact them on + 27 60 961 8584 or firstname.lastname@example.org.