This was our second visit to Chief's Camp and if anything it was even more enjoyable than last time. The welcome from the staff was lovely as was the revamped reception/dining/bar areas. Still looking out over the vast expanse of the Delta where you are treated to wildlife coming by doing their daily routines with no bother that you are watching. The accommodation is of high standard, and during the day you may be lucky to see an elephant wandering through the camp which was a great thrill. Our guide whose name was Martin was extremely knowledgeable on all aspects of wildlife as well as flora and fauna and he had a great sense of humour. On one morning game drive he spent a lot of time trying to follow the tracks of a rhino but to no avail but we did see a lovely female leopard. Being a guest in the animal world is a great privilege and humbling that they are happy for us to see them. Having sundowners near a pond which was being shared by a small herd of elephants made our day. The food was of high standards as well as the cleaniness of the whole area. Nothing was too much trouble and the staff were always on hand to answer any questions no matter how silly they might be. They even came to my rescue with hayfever tablets which I had forgotten to bring at no cost to me. Internet is available in your rooms, but hey, you are there to see the wildlife in their natural habitation and the outside world can just disappear for a few days. We survived it and would go back again.
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