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Part of the Desert and Delta Safaris group of game lodges, this was in some ways the most primitive of the four we visited. The accommodations are tents on platforms, but no less comfortable than the brick and mortar cabins we stayed in elsewhere. Each...More
This lodge is built on the banks of the Khwai river going into the Xakanaxa Lagoon. From the bar and the restaurant decks you can enjoy a beautiful view on the endless delta, while from the rooms the view is quite limited as the vegetation...More
Camp X exceeded all expectations. The accommodations are a beautiful, large tent with a lovely bathroom and deck. It was not bug-free, but it was in the middle of the bush so that was to be expected. We were woken up one night by buffalo...More
The best part of Xakanaxa is the wildlife that strolls through the camp at night. Oscar the resident hippo, of course, but we also had a group of buffalo and a group of hippos. We awoke to lions roaring in the distance one morning. Food...More
I cannot say enough good things about Camp X. From the moment we arrived off the bush plan there was Emmax waiting for us and ready to give us an incredible experience. We also had a stay at another safari lodge, but this was incredible!...More
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US$530 - US$895 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.....