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Reviewed 4 March 2012

Of the 4 game camps we stayed at, this is the only one we wished we could have stayed longer than the 3 nights we had booked. Amazingly beautiful location and property. Huge rooms (complete with baboons running across the roof!) Top notch guiding provided by Morongo, including a night drive tracking lions on the hunt. Delicious food, great staff. Lovely massage on our private deck (all that eating and being driven around watching the incredible wildlife is hard work). Can't wait to return.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 January 2012

We stayed at Vumbura from 29 dec 2011 till 1 jan 2012. Flew in from Johannesburg to Maun, then approx 30 minutes with a chessna plain to Vumbura. Great welcome at the lodge by most friendly staff!! Plan on gaining some weight while you are there, breakfast at 06.00, lunch/brunch at 11.00, tea at 16.00 and dinner at 19.00, and all fantastic considering the fact that its located in the middle of nowhere. The accommodation is fantastic, rooms without walls, open toilet, fantastic huge soft beds and a great outdoor and indoor shower. Large sundeck with sitting area, private plunge pool and sunlounges. Excellent and very friendly management especially the german manager!! Great game viewing by Zee - his motto: its not for nothing that the word sometimes means some times you see something, some times not.. but we loved each and every game drive!
No internet and no phone reception, but helpful staff offered to send out an email to our relatives on our behalf.
To our suprise on new years eve they organised a bush dinner party, which was a great treat. Sundowners are also a special treat. In short Vumbura is exceeding expectations!

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank gijsje100
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Reviewed 17 November 2011

Recently stayed at Vumbura South Camp and was very impressed with camp, excellent beds, sitting room adjacent to bedroom and huge outdoor area with sitting area and small pool. Had a fabulous time here after staying at three wonderful camps and was not sure what to expect but it exceeded my expectations. The staff, top notch, excellent executive chef from UK and lots of surprises and I'll leave it at that. Viewing excellent, four young adult lions, a fabulous viewing on two days of a young leopard and 23 wild dogs - who could ask for anything more. But there was more. Definitely a camp to twin with Duba Plains for superb viewing.

Room Tip: Stayed at Zarafa, Duba Plains, Selinda Camps if anyone if looking for other camps to stay in. Have also stayed at Savuti on another occasion which was wonderful also. Great Plains and Wilderness are the camp operators.
  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled with friends
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3  Thank richardson30
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Reviewed 8 November 2011

This was our second camp on our trip. The property is superb, the accommodations are outstanding!!! Huge accommodation with our own plunge pool, huge outdoor patio and great outdoor shower, large indoor sitting area, huge shower, his and her sinks, a fridge !!!. You name it you got it. Excellent food, although if you are not careful, you will easily eat too much.

This camp was the best of the three that we ultimately visited. The Botswanian guides and workers are the best !!!!

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank RobertHA
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Reviewed 2 November 2011

Loved everything about the camp and the entire experience. The room was fantastic huge private deck and private pool. It was rustic in some ways and yet an upscale adventure.
There is a refrigerated cooler that is stocked with all kinds of goodies. The shower is unique but fun. The first night was a bit strange because you could hear the animals. Wonderful afternoon naps between drives. The staff was fun and very approachable. The food was excellent and there servers exceptional. Most important we saw much more and varied wildlife in an unfenced setting. I have never thought much of birds but they were a bonus that we never expected. I would be careful to avoid the rainy season but the Okavango Delta was far superior to Sabi Sands.

Room Tip: We had the last room or 7th out. You will think you are in your home with no neighbors
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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