Bush Camps

Bush camps are semi-permanent camps set up in game rich areas. In Southern Africa, such as Botswana and Zambia, they are in operation only during dry months and taken down for the duration of the rainy and hot season, which is from November to March. In Eastern Africa, specifically in Tanzania, they are open year-round but are relocated/moved to follow the famous Wildebeest Migration as the wildebeest move in search of new grass and water on their year round journey. Bush caps are set up to stay in the most productive areas of the Migration for a period of 3-4 months at a time and are then moved to take advantage of the passage of wildebeest to the next area of the park.

 Bush camps are rustic camps set up for an authentic safari experience. They are stand up tents with beds, sheets, blankets, wash basin, either regular or bucket showers, loo, full  bar and serving simple but delicious food. They are fully serviced camps but without laundry service. This is simple camping but with that extra touch of comfort. They offer a sophisticated experience in the wild, where the words such as luxury and rustic apply. Here, the Wilderness meets Civilization!

Bush camp
This is the outside of the Bush camp. It is also the test caption for this function.
Bush camp interior
Bush camp bathroom

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