Charlotte Sinclair tells of her time spent at luxury safari lodge, Chief’s Camp, Botswana.
Sinclair’s piece tells of how it’s not just the variety of ecosystems – from the dry Kalahari to the flooded Okavango – and diversity of wildlife that ‘evoke such good feelings.’ It’s he attitude of Botswana, seemingly as a whole, including in its legislation, towards ecology and social responsibility and the fact that 40% of the country falls under protected area that make Sinclair ask the question as to whether there is a better safari destination. Sinclair spends time at Chief’s Camp. Often known as ‘Predator Capital’ and having come out the other side of a full refurbishment, Chief’s Camp is a gold-standard in luxury safaris and has a reputation for its expert guides.
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