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We arrived to songs of welcome and were spoiled rotten the whole stay. Our "Tents" were so comfortable and spacious. The food was amazing. Kudos to the staff for the many fun surprises. The staff created a magical experience for us. Yes, we saw some...More
My husband and I just got back from a 2.5 week trip to Africa, nine days of which we spent on safari in Botswana. Of the three great lodges we stayed at, shinde was our favorite. The staff/service was unbelievable and five stars all the...More
Just as perfect as any of those african hotels you see in the millonaire magazines. Fantastic staff, original surprises like all the staff singing together at dinner time for us... Incredible, one of the experiences of our life in a marvellous landscape
Our third Lodge on safari and one of the very best. The staff are outstanding... Bujos , Angie and the entire team are attentive, most helpful and knowledgeable. Our ranger NT was a delight .
From the moment of our arrival to the strains of...More
My husband and I spent 4 days at Shinde at the end of March. What a wonderful experience! The camp is in a remote place with no electricity and no roads, yet the tents are extremely comfortable and the food was delicious. The variety of...More
Definitely worth doing! I wore a good pair of walking shoes... didn't use hiking boots. The walk was about 3 hours in total but not strenuous. Some driving, some walking. We did ours in the morning and followed a male... More
Definitely worth doing! I wore a good pair of walking shoes... didn't use hiking boots. The walk was about 3 hours in total but not strenuous. Some driving, some walking. We did ours in the morning and followed a male lion's 'fresh' tracks... very exciting! But you can choose whatever you want to do... it's not a requirement. As the other writer suggested, just speak with your guide. I was there in July - dry season and grasslands are not as high as in the wet season, as I understand, so it's easier to see what's around you. And you'll want to walk off all that food they are going to feed you!