This was the third lodge we stayed at in our African adventure and probably the most rustic. But don't let that put you off because we had a fantastic time there. From the moment we arrived and were met by Beauty our hostess we enjoyed wonderful service throughout our three night stay. The staff are wonderful, nothing is too much trouble and everything is done efficiently and with a smile. Dinner is informal and relaxed, just grab a place at a long table, chat with people opposite or next to you and you soon become a part of a lovely atmosphere - the copious amount of alcohol helps as well. The chef will then explain the menu which was always very tasty and the waitress explains the wines.
Sometimes before the meal, while sitting round the campfire the staff entertain you with beautiful African singing and dancing - just brilliant. Breakfast early in the morning is around the campfire and then you are off on safari at 6.30 am. Can't recommend this place highly enough - you often get to see leopards too!More