You can expect some luxury camps where there are spacious tents with beds and quality linen. Resident chefs will prepare all your meals and you will have a designated guide to organise and maintain the campsite.
Other areas have permanent camps usually seasonal in wildlife-dense areas for the best game viewing experience. Once the season is over, the camp is moved to another area for prime game viewing.
Early mornings are frequent so that you can enjoy a hot beverage and a light breakfast before heading out on a game drive. The mornings can be crisp and cold while refreshing, with the reward of watching nature awaken.
The morning game drives can be between 2 to 3 hours long. Allowing you plenty of time to explore the area before returning to the campsite for lunch or enjoying a picnic in the bush. You might go on another game drive in the afternoon or take part in an activity such as canoeing, birdwatching or white water rafting.
Dinner is prepared while you sit back, relax and chat to your fellow companions over sundowners with a crackling fire ready to keep the chill off. Early nights are usually encouraged so that you wake up refreshed and ready for a another adventurous safari.