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From arrival to departure Garonga Safari Camp was pure heaven. We were greeted with warm smiles and cool refreshments. They showed us our cabins which had comfortable beds and were kept impeccable at all times. Food and beverages were provided for breakfast, lunch and dinner....More
I had booked the lodge and safari for my hen party/trip. I had 15 women (including myself) flying from all around world for this unbelievable experience. Bernie and the Garonga staff went above and beyond to made every moment magical. From the moment I contacted...More
I came here for my best friend's bachelorette party - a group of 16 women. We basically took over the entire camp because there were so many of us which was actually really nice of them to do! For most of us, it was our...More
Could not fault this place. Rooms and restaurant were lovely with beautiful views, and active wildlife (elephants, monkeys, baboons). The efficient, and free, laundry service was very much appreciated. The variety of food and drinks was great. Every member of staff was knowledgeable, attentive and...More
From the moment we arrived, everything was done to perfection. Rooms beautiful, laundry done automatically, all food and drinks included - the variety was amazing. Incredibly attentive and friendly staff. The game drivers went above and beyond to give us unique experiences. Very skilled operators....More
As beautiful as the safari drives are, they require physical agility to climb into and out of the safari vehicle, ride on unpaved, rough terrain for at least 3 hours and brave the cold in the morning or the sun in the... More
As beautiful as the safari drives are, they require physical agility to climb into and out of the safari vehicle, ride on unpaved, rough terrain for at least 3 hours and brave the cold in the morning or the sun in the afternoon. There are "bathroom breaks" during the game drive but no facilities anywhere.
Whether or not it is doable, depends on your willingness to suffer discomforts for about 3 hours, while seeing amazing sites - like herds of elephants from fully mature to baby size and rhinos that remind you of the movie "Jurasic Park".
It' s hard to make a recommendation for another senior.
Hi Frank, I've only just seen this question. We visited there in May. Day time temperatures were bareable, not too hot but not cold either. It's quite comfortable especially whilst on game drives as you get nice winds... More
Hi Frank, I've only just seen this question. We visited there in May. Day time temperatures were bareable, not too hot but not cold either. It's quite comfortable especially whilst on game drives as you get nice winds. Evening times the temperature drops and you could do with a light jumper, so I don't believe you will struggle to sleep. Hope this helps.