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Our two night stay at this camp has left us with unforgettable memories. Right from the moment our guide Conrad picked us up from the tiny airstrip till the moment we bid him goodbye there was never a dull moment. .....it was one big adventure....More
We stayed 3 nights. What a wonderful place to stay. We'd go back in a shot. Without exception every single member of staff was there to help us enjoy our time with them. The food is excellent, the tented accommodation amazingly romantic and luxurious. The...More
We stayed for 3 nights and it was fantastic. The rooms (tents) were great, very comfortable and all you need, lovely bathroom and nice veranda overlooking the delta. The staff were amazing, very friendly and helpful. Our guide Harrison was fabulous, very friendly and knowledgeable....More
We spent 3 days in Camp Xakanaxa this August enjoying an all-around wonderful safari experience. Of all the three camps we visited, Camp Xakanaxa had the best game viewing mainly because we were able to get up close with animals and we saw plenty. They...More
The camp and its amenities are super! This is the real Africa game experience - we saw leopards, lions, elephant, giraffe, wild dogs, and hippos - including the hippo residing at the camp! Our guide was fabulous and camp service lovely - including providing a...More
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US$ 530 - US$ 895 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Response from mirike123 | Reviewed this property |
Layers take lots of layers because u will peel them off as the day progresses. The "bush babies" ( the hot water bottles) are fabulous. You must have gloves scarves, thermal singlet and then jumper and jacket and beanie. You... More
Layers take lots of layers because u will peel them off as the day progresses. The "bush babies" ( the hot water bottles) are fabulous. You must have gloves scarves, thermal singlet and then jumper and jacket and beanie. You just wear the same thing every day.... not a fashion parade. It gets very cold and the same for afternoon drives. You don't want enjoyment of viewing animals spoiled by your discomfort.Take a backpack that fits all these things with u in the jeep. Have fun.....