The décor of the tents was incredibly beautiful with an African antique theme that made us feel like we were living in some sort of royal palace. And the best part, about 50 feet outside the tent is a great little day bed to rest on in-between game drives, where giraffes, zebras and impalas would wander. Beautiful views of the plains surrounded by wild animals. Food was phenomenal. Service was impeccable.

The best part had to be our guide, Adas. He had to be as knowledgeable, passionate, and enthusiastic as any guide in Africa. Truly made our experience memorable with his insights, facts, observations, and fun high-speed rides back to the camp after our adventures took us past sunset.

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