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Holiday Type / Relentless Enemies & African Cats

From a battle for survival between Botswana lions and buffalos in Relentless Enemies to an epic true story of an endearing lion cub and her mother set against the backdrop of one of the wildest places on Earth in African Cats. Both filmed in Africa and capture moments and spectacles of African wildlife few have been lucky enough to see first-hand. If you have been captivated by the environmental phenomenon of The Duba Plains in Botswana’s Okavango Delta or your heart warmed by the playful characters of the cats in Kenya and want to experience the wilderness as it should be or enjoy close encounters with the Kings of the Savannah; then here are our recommendations. 

Kicheche Bush Camp

Located in one of the Mara’s prime wildlife areas; Olare Motorogi Conservancy, this intimate bush camp echoes the classic safari tradition. Just six en suite tents, each with flush toilet and bucket shower, feature verandas from which to relax and enjoy the views. The double/twin tents can be converted to a triple on request. Meals are served alfresco or in the dining tent overlooking the plains, with the option to take a lunch picnic into the bush on an extended game drive.

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Duba Plains Camp

Tucked away in the fertile northerly reaches of the Okavango Delta, the camp supports the largest concentration of biomass in the Delta, and is one of the first to receive the annual flood waters. Typified by palm-dotted islands and flood plains, the terrain provides a rich habitat for large numbers of buffalo, red lechwe, lion and increasing numbers of leopard. Reopened in March 2017 after a complete rebuild on the original site, Duba Plains features a raised central dining area with an interactive chef’s kitchen, wine cellar and library. The ...

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Governors' Il Moran

Right on the banks of the Mara River, in the heart of the reserve’s prime game-viewing area, you will find an exclusive camp nestled amongst the riverine forest. At Governors’ Il Moran, a total of ten spacious tented suites feature beautiful beds hand-carved from ancient olive trees and old dhow sailing boats, Victorian style baths, oversized showers and large verandas with hammocks for relaxing or private dining. Evening meals are served alfresco by candlelight and breakfasts may be enjoyed on a game drive deep in the bush. Having undergone ...

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