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7 of us stayed at Bukisa camp in July this year. We were looked after superbly by the lovely Mary who visited a couple of times a day. We self catered which was great and the facilities were excellent. The daily game drives and personal...More
We made a booking for 8 people - received an e-mail from Louise Joubert of Bukisa, cancelling the booking at very short notice. We were offered a time later, with the added 'bonus' of an extra day free. Again an issue with our booking, but...More
I loved this place. Absolute peace and quite in the heart of the bush veld. The game drives were personal, and passionate. My only complaint is the service...too much..the staff are always around. This does not allow for any private time while at camp
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We went in February 2015, we were the only guests and were well looked after by the then ranger Johan, he has since left, as apparently many ohers have. Food was mediocre Tabetha the cook ran the roost, we had to eat to suit her...More
The beauty of this place is, is that it's set in a wildlife sanctuary which is a non profit organization, all the animals have been rescued and given a second chance. We had an owl nesting in front of our room in a flower bed...More
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The stylish Savannah Private Bush Camp consists of four luxury chalets with en-suite bathrooms and thatched roofs. Each Luxury chalet sleeps 2 although more beds can be added for parents who want to keep an eye on there little ones. Satellite television is available in all the chalets. The central facility is set in beautiful gardens with a rock pool where guests can escape the heat while keeping a close eye on a wide variety of wild animals drinking from the waterhole a mere 80 meters away.
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