Wilderness Safaris Jao Camp, located in the north-western Okavango Delta, has rejuvenated its health and wellness offering through its new spa. The interiors of the two new round treatment rooms have been finished with an impressive construction of saligna laminated beams, rosewood-clad ceilings and rosewood floors.
Wilderness Safaris’ King’s Pool Camp has reopened in the heart of Botswana’s Linyanti Wildlife Concession, showcasing the company’s commitment to driving sustainable ecotourism in this remarkable wildlife destination.
After undergoing a complete reinvention, Wilderness Safaris’ Jao Camp has reopened in the heart of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. In addition to featuring five spacious tented suites, Jao is delighted to reveal its two new exclusive villas, each with its own private vehicle, guide, chef and butler.
Wilderness Safaris has opened its new camp, Magashi, overlooking scenic Lake Rwanyakazinga in the north-east of Rwanda’s wildlife-rich Akagera National Park.
The rebuild of Wilderness Safaris’ King’s Pool Camp is well underway, with its nine luxurious tented suites set to open in the heart of the Linyanti Wildlife Concession in mid-June.
Wilderness Safaris will rebuild Jao Camp, with the reimagined property due to open on June 1st. The work will also see the introduction of the camp’s luxurious and brand new Jao Villas.
After an environmentally-sensitive rebuild, Wilderness Safaris’ Serra Cafema Camp, in Namibia’s extreme north-west, has reopened. Located in one of the most remote regions in southern Africa, on the banks of the Kunene River in the Hartmann’s Valley, Serra Cafema offers journeys to this extraordinary desert location.
Wilderness Safaris has celebrated the opening of Bisate Lodge, situated next to the renowned Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda. Comprising just six spacious forest villas, Bisate offers a luxurious base from which to enjoy an extraordinary gorilla conservation experience and life-changing journey to this beautiful region.