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This was our favorite camp out of all those we visited in Botswana, despite it not being the most luxurious. The combo of a water and land camp was amazing. Not to mention the exhilarating boat ride dodging angry hippos. Our guide here (Kay) was...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Little Vumbura CampResponded 20 September 2016
Thank you for the awesome review we are delighted to see how much you enjoyed your stay with us as well as your time spent with Kay. Who sends his regards and is looking forward to your return visit, as are we all....More
Can't say enough good things about this camp, we stayed in the family cabin and it was excellent. Our guide was exceptional (we did pay extra for a private game drives) so we could "Taylor" what we wanted to see without anyone else opinions getting...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Little Vumbura CampResponded 16 September 2016
Thank you for the brilliant review, we are delighted to hear what a great time you had in camp and glad to see your private guide Speedy was worth it. Hope you got some wonderful photos to go along with all your fabulous...More
Had a fantastic 3 nights stay at this beautiful island camp. I am already missing the nightly concerts. It was sharpening all my senses. Is it a hippo, elephant, lechwe? It was amazing. Enjoyed staying in camp, reading a book and enjoying the pool, my...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Manager at Wilderness Safaris Little Vumbura CampResponded 9 September 2016
Calling them "nightly concerts" is a wonderful way to describe it - there is little to beat the amazing sounds one hears at night in the bush from large and small creatures. Wonderful too that you saw wild dogs and honey badgers (special...More
Fine island location with access to game rich areas. Facility and boats, jeeps etc in excellent shape. Staff were very cordial and customer service oriented. Nas, our guide was knowledgeable and went out of his way to accommodate our special requests for viewing birds, butterfly...More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Manager at Wilderness Safaris Little Vumbura CampResponded 8 September 2016
Dear Page T,
Thank you so much for this lovely feedback on your recent visit to Little Vumbura. It's wonderful to hear you enjoyed all aspects of your stay - from the location and wildlife to the team in camp and the guiding! Over and...More
I spent 5 days here as part of my Christmas holiday in Botswana. It was my first visit to Little Vumbura (after having previously stayed as Vumbura Plains in 2006). The island setting gives the place a feeling of privacy and exclusivity ( especially since...More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Little Vumbura CampResponded 2 September 2016
Thank you for the amazing review, we are delighted to read about all the wonderful times you had during your stay with us and especially with the wonderful Sam – even during the times when sightings were low. We are glad to see...More
Response from WildernessSafaris | Property representative |
Thank you for your question, yes each room as well as the main areas all have power outlets and in most cases international charging stations with universal adapters. We would however, recommend that you bring... More
Thank you for your question, yes each room as well as the main areas all have power outlets and in most cases international charging stations with universal adapters. We would however, recommend that you bring your own additional universal adapter as this would come in very useful at any other camps/ properties you visit during your vacation.
Should you require any more information please do not hesitate in asking ourselves or your travel agent.
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"Closer to the center of camp makes for a shorter walk."