About Off Beat Safaris Bush Camp
Off Beat Safaris Bush Camp is an eco friendly camp, run entirely on solar lighting, lanterns and gas, with individual lights in the cabins. Each unit features its own open-plan outdoor bathroom, with running water and conventional toilets. The camp is situated along the banks of a seasonal riverbed that runs through the farm, surrounded by pristine vegetation. Although there are no resident Big 5 animals on the property, guests may see or hear them on the adjoining reserves.
Accommodation at this rustic bush lodge comprises elevated, timber and thatched twin or family cabins. Hot water is provided in the traditional bush method, with a heated donkey boiler that supplies all the showers. Situated close to the decked bar area is a refreshingly cool splash pool, ideal for those hot summer days, while a shaded, secretive hide overlooks a popular water hole, providing great game and bird viewing.
A fully equipped kitchen, including refrigeration and gas stove, along with a thatched dining area compliments the ambiance of this secluded hide away. There are also barbecue areas for those who love cooking around an open fire and sharing a drink or two whilst absorbing the fantastic night sounds. The subtle lighting of lanterns, camp fire and endless views of the southern sky create the most awe-inspiring atmosphere. Game drives and horse rides are also available.
Safari: General game on the farm, with horse trails offered. The farm is surrounded by other Big 5 reserves.
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