The tented bush camp consists of 6 en suite tents, which contain a total of 12 beds. Two of these are honeymoon tents, which have 1 double bed and 2 convertible daybeds, making them flexible family rooms if required.
The camp centres on the waterhole, and both the lounge and dining areas offer uninterrupted views of the bustling local wildlife.
Food & service
The food – often served buffet style – is plentiful and delicious, while the service strikes a fine balnce between being attentive and relaxed. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the dining area on the lounge deck, allowing guests to experience wildlife as they eat; don’t be surprised if a honey badger arrives unannounced during dessert.
Characterised by 4-poster beds, the bedrooms are a delight. Each of the six Meru-inspired safari tents boasts en suit facilities – outdoor hot showers and basins alongside flush toilets – and the sandy fawn coloured curtains open directly onto the campsite.
Compete with subtle, well-chosen pieces of furniture – a mahogany table compliments the bedside lamp – the rooms are at one with their surroundings. Do note that Wi-Fi is not available at Kanga Camp.
Activities at Kanga Camp are numerous, and include wildlife drives, guided walking tours, the esteemed ‘armchair safari’, bird watching, and excursions to the Zambezi flood plains for fishing and boat themed adventures. Please be advised that the quantity of wildlife can vary greatly at Kanga.
The entire camp runs on solar power – charging stations are accessible in the main part of the camp – and refillable aluminium containers take the place of water bottles.