Stayed for 3 nights, and had a wonderful time.The food was really good, and the staff very friendly. Our guide Sam met us at the landing strip, after a long 2 hour flight, and then to our surprise,we had a 2.5 hour bumpy drive to the camp,which may not suit everyone.
Having said all that it's worth it when you arrive.The tents were very good, with a modern outside bathroom,so it's hard to believe they have to pack everything away for several months of the year, as it is under water. The camp is alongside the river, full of Hippos, and other wild life.On our safaris we saw several leopards,as well as cheetah,and lions eating 2 wilderbeast.
Sure it's a long journey, but well worth it if you like safaris where you don't see any other people.