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We had a marvelous Safari, due in large part to Raymond and the entire staff at Sanctuary Swala. Trying to single out one employee would be unfair to all the others who each did so much to make our visit so enjoyable. We were fortunate...More
Our final stay after 9 days on Safari and Gorilla tracking (Uganda). The perfect way to end a trip. Devon and Terry, the managers, are warm and engaging with an unparalleled enthusiasm for what they do. The staff were gracious and sincere. When they heard...More
WOW! My husband and I booked a 3 week honeymoon in East Africa through Abercrombie and Kent. We stayed at multiple Sanctuary properties, as well as others, throughout the stay. Sanctuary Swala was hands down the highlight of our trip. We were pleasantly surprised with...More
My husband and I started our honeymoon safari with Sanctury Swala. Having visited other Sanctuary properties in South Africa, I am familiar with the Sanctuary standard and Swala did not disappoint. Facilities were superb and staff service was awesome.
Tents were amazing with porches that...More
Swala was our families' first experience of an African safari camp. Don't get me wrong, we are not novices to camping, but our experience at Swala was beyond our best expectations. The two and half hour drive into the camp from the main gate gave...More
Sorry for the belated reply. Didn't check in a while. When we were in Tarangire NP end of December they were a little annoying, but not too bad, I found. Since it can take a while before the first symptoms of sleeping... More
Sorry for the belated reply. Didn't check in a while. When we were in Tarangire NP end of December they were a little annoying, but not too bad, I found. Since it can take a while before the first symptoms of sleeping sickness occur, you'll usually be home, I guess, and you'll probably see a doctor anyway if you develop the first skin rashes. Tarangire is very special and Skala Camp great!