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What an amazing and surreal place, Stayed at Galago, which is next to Vuyatela. The rooms were spacious, clean and comfortable, both in the main house and the chalets. Main house had a very homely feel to it with a seating area, outside dining and...More
Highly recommended. Amazing in many ways. Great safari experience. Unsurpassed food. Kind staff. Two safaris a day for three days. One extra walking safari midday. Excellent game viewing. Night time str gazing by the fire. Trip to the village. Great amenities. Boma, Observation points. Nice...More
Short and sweet. The price was very reasonable for a three-night stay with six 3-hour runs. We saw the big five. The staff (cleaners, cook, and drivers) were amazing. Our drivers were so knowledgeable and kind. Looking forward to seeing Tex again someday. The rooms...More
We recently stayed at both Vuyatela and Galago camps with a large 20 person family reunion. It was fabulous in every way! The staff were friendly and happy and couldn't seem to do enough for our group. The guides and trackers: Taxon, Aubrey, William and...More
I don't even know where to begin. This was my favorite part of our trip and the most amazing place I've ever been. The lodge is the perfect amount of "luxury" and rustic/natural. The accommodations are spacious and all have outdoor showers where you may...More
How far is the closest grocery? Do you have to bring all condiments, spices, ...everything, or just meat, fruit, vegetables, eggs, bread, and they do the rest? If flying in, then do the groceries have coolers for sale? Does Djuma offer laundry service and are toiletries provided? Can a chef provide some meals and not others?
11 December 2014|
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"All cabins are attractive, nicely appointed with private swimming pools"