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Quatermains 1920s Safari Camp

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Small and personal. Only four tents so eight people in all. You get a real feel of “Out of Africa”. The tents are well spaced out and each has an outdoor deck on which to enjoy a G&T! Very comfortable twin beds with rustic bathroom...More

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Reviewed February 13, 2018

Safari how it should be. First off the safari experiences were stunning, the guides made every effort to welcome you and tell you everything about the area and animals encountered from the big 5 to smaller creatures and birds. Lungi was so likeable and enthusiastic...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Returning for our 9th visit to this amazing place, this time with friends from Australia, it never fails to impress. Every safari experience should be this ! No electricity - Just romantic lanterns and stars, millions of stars. No t.v - just the flickering fire...More

Thank JHerlig
Reviewed May 13, 2018

We were two days in the camp. Forget all 5 star hotel. This is better. There is no luxury but all you need for a restorative holiday. It's an experience to sleep in a tent without electricity outside in nature. You get your first freshly...More

Thank PeLuPaMa
Reviewed April 11, 2018

The clue is in the name of the camp. It's not the pampered luxury of many other game lodges in SA; it's back to nature and back to basics (though with flushing loo and running hot water of course). Delicious meals all cooked over hot...More

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Val82_81
December 14, 2017|
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Response from QuatermainsCamp | Property representative |
Hi there, In February our game drives leave around 6.30am and arrive back at camp around 10.30 am.We ask our guests to check in between 1pm - 2pm as the afternoon game drive leaves at 3pm. Kind regards Julie Brand Owner
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LizW_1956
July 8, 2017|
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Response from Corry V | Reviewed this property |
Hi Liz, No there's not. You'll have to take extra batteries or a (solar) power-bank. It's a great place to stay, have fun!
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LuciD100
November 5, 2016|
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Response from debs3812 | Reviewed this property |
sorry I have only just seen this. we stayed for 3 nights & loved it. when you come back from early morning game drive you have breakfast & chat for a bit , we sat in the sunshine relaxing or looking around camp taking photos... More
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"There are only three tents. Two close to the campfire area and one a little away."
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"All tents are located a minute or two out from the main area, perfect to enjoy the nature!"
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"Tent one is quite close to the kitchen, but they have built a privacy screen so you hear some noise but..."
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"Tent 2 or 3"
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