Camp Kuzuma, the life of the Savannah lived in luxury
As the yellow grasses and baobab trees stretch out to the horizon and beyond, the savannahs form an ocean of open grazing land. The elephants of Africa have become the rulers of this hot and breezy prairie, and they stroll across its endless length with great dignity, passing close beside the tents of Camp Kuzuma as they move along. When you arrive at the Camp and enter your luxurious accommodations, you too can enjoy the majestic procession of these great animals from the comfort of the safari resort in northern Botswana. Your bespoke encounters with the beasts of Africa can be as distant or intimate as you wish, and the Camp will gladly arrange walking tours of the bush for their guests.
When you travel to the Kazuma National Forest of Botswana, close to the border of Zimbabwe in the northeastern corner of the country, you arrive at an important ecological corridor serving the elephants of the region. An enormous herd of about 200,000 elephants, spread out over two huge national parks in the two countries, floats back and forth along with the Kazuma Pan, or dry riverbed, moving from one season’s area of fresh forest growth to the next. The activities of the elephant herd support the travels of wildebeest and antelope, which in turn support the local predators.
Camp Kuzuma is composed of five tented suites, with an open-air pavilion in the centre, featuring all the luxury accommodations that any traveller could wish for. Ensuite bathrooms allow guests to relax in high-back Victorian tubs while the sounds of the wild savannah beasts echo through the night. During the day, the resort can arrange for game drive through the bush, or perhaps a day trip to nearby Victoria Falls, including a shopping trip to nearby Victoria Falls city. Your bespoke experience of the African savannah can include night drives, when the predators are more active, or perhaps an exciting ride on the waters of the Chobe River, where crocs and hippos are numerous and feisty.