This is a pure luxury in the bush - maybe a little too much, but we enjoyed it very much. Each room has a sunken bath, which overlooks a view of the lagoon.
You reach the lodge by boat each day, and pick the vehicle up the other side (Emerald Season). We were treated to a lovely treat of a sundowner on the opposite side of the bank of the river, with an amazing selection of drinks and nibbles.
We had Victor as our guide and he has been with the property for years, so knows the area very well. He was both friendly and experienced and very PATIENT. He took us to a stork colony and we sat for quite a long time just watching - it was a special moment.
The food was great as were all the staff. Rooms cleaned impeccably as was our washing.
RPS acquired this property last year, and though it is different from the other 'camps', it is still a great lodge, although not as authentic as staying in Tena Tena or Nkwali.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking