National Geographic Features Camp Kuzuma
This June National Geographic Traveller published a magical article about Camp Kuzuma on their website. Their article is full of praise for Kuzuma’s stylish camping experience.
Camp Kuzuma is based in the Chobe region of Botswana, situated near a waterhole. For this reason Camp Kuzuma is popular for the fact that “guests don’t even need to go out looking for the animals, because [the animals] come to them.” Furthermore, it is located in one of the “world’s busiest elephant corridor[s],” meaning that these majestic giants frequently migrate past Camp Kuzuma, providing guests with up close encounters with elephants.
This luxury African lodge offers campfire experiences, a swimming pool on the deck, spa treatments overlooking the wilderness and five star cuisine.
The camp is also situated relatively near other famous spots of interest, such as the Victoria Falls, Chobe River and the Zambezi. So, guests are provided with the perfect safari and travelling opportunities. Safari drives, bush walks and river cruises are all at hand for your luxury safari experience.
Read more about Camp Kuzuma and what you need to know here.