Experiences
Boma & Campfire dining

Several times a week, dinner in the camps is a more hearty, campfire style meal served under the stars in a ‘boma’, a circular enclosure originally made from branches. The cosy, lantern-lit ambience recalls the early days of safari pioneers.

Another authentic safari experience is dining out under the star in a boma (an enclosed circular dining area) around the campfire. This usually takes place every 2nd night.

The gentle flicker of lanterns, candle-light and a welcoming open fire truly conjures up what is magical about a safari.

authentic safari experience

Traditional African delicacies

This is a convivial affair with traditional South African dishes cooked over an open fire. Most of the dishes will be recognisable, but you are welcome to try some traditional African delicacies such as pap and chakalaka.

Naturally this is a meat-eaters delight. But vegetarians are well-taken care of as well.