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Quatermains 1920s Safari Camp is not for everyone. If you want 5 star luxury, four course meals and extensive wine lists then please look elsewhere, there are plenty of lodges in Amakhala or Shamwara that will meet your needs.
If instead, you want a flavour...More
Great Safari Camp that gives you the true 'bush feeling'. Loved the staff.
We stayed for 2 nights and did 4 game drives and had lots of great sightings.
The tents are really good and comfortable.
Sam, when we come back we'll make 'bitterballen' and...More
This was our very first safari experience but we are quite sure it will be hard to find such a wonderful place elsewhere. Hosting only six guests at once Julie, Riaan and the rest of the team made us feel like one big family. From...More
From the moment you climb aboard the V8 game viewer, heading off to camp,you are aware that something magical is about to happen. Craig, Lungi, Ace and the support team never fail to make you feel welcome comfortable and safe.
The 3 tents and the...More
My husband and I have been traveling for almost two months now through Asia and South Africa, and staying at Quatermains has definitely been our favorite experience to date! The camp facilities are very nice- the "rooms" are platform tents that are set back a...More
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Hi, Would you recommend staying for two or three nights?
And what do you do during the day, assuming the game drives are early morning and later in the day?
5 November 2016|
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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
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 ect ect just relax for a bit or read. hope this helps