I'm transported back almost 100 years to the safaris of old...the early 19th century when colonial luxury was juxtaposed against the wild, rugged, untamed wilderness of the African Bush. The four luxury double marquis style tents of Zarafa Camp epitomize colonial chic and modern comfort: shaded by ancient trees, with a generous bedroom, en suite bathroom, quaint copper bath and fantastic indoor/outdoor shower.
Add to this the exquisite views over the Zibadianja Lagoon and incredible wildlife that proliferates here (including cheetah, wild dog, lion and leopard, elephants and over 300 species of bird!) and you've certainly got the makings of an unforgettable African adventure! I'm raring to explore the surrounding 135 000 ha Selinda reserve and Chobe National Park. And with morning, afternoon and night game drives on offer, I get to fully experience the local wildlife and the vast savannah plains, lush waterways and dry woodlands they call home.