We spent 3 days and nights here and had a wonderful time. The highlight of the camp is a big waterhole right next to the main lodge where all the meals are served. So we did some game watching while eating! One day more than 30 elephants came through - it was one of the most amazing sights we saw. Groups of vervet monkey, impalas and buffalos all came to frequent the water hole. Animals roam freely through the camp - one day we had two elephants walk right by our tent. So it’s truly a “safari” experience even before you get out into the bush. The 3-hour game drives (one at 6:30am the other at 3:30) were very good as well thanks to our excellent and knowledgable ranger Lyton. Safari here is very different from safari in the Serengeti. Here you will have to drive a while before you see some animals, but then you can see them really up close as the drivers are allowed to drive off-road (not everywhere, but almost). Thus, we were able to see leopards, lions etc from really, really close (i.e. almost scarily close, right next to the car). The vans are all open-top, so you really feel you are right there. We came here in July, i.e., in winter. It was cold (less than 40F in the mornings), so we were very glad we brought winter hats and gloves and a couple of fleece jackets that we could layer. The food was fine as well (not glamorous dining but quite tasty). We also enjoyed the morning coffee and ‘sundowners’ while on the game drives.