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Trip Report Ndzuti Safari Camp Klaserie

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I don't usually post a third-party account of a trip, but this board gets such limited contributions, I will break with my tradition. I was visiting with my cousin (age 30) + wife last week. They followed me to SA this year for their vacation in August. What stands out in their minds about the safari portion of their trip was their time at Ndzuti in Klaserie.

They said that it was great being in 1 of 4 total rooms in the house (sort of a B&B feel rather than a separate bungalow), so very small number of guests. While they followed the usual dawn and dusk drive schedule, there was some flexibility with the possibility of an activity during the day. Their sightings were good. The food was plentiful.

My cousin had booked their entire trip through an agent, so it combined hotels, transfers, and tours, but the camp does take bookings directly.

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