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Selati or Bush Camp?

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My fiancée and I are going to Sabi Sabi for our honeymoon at the end of May. We're debating between Selati and Bush camp. I stayed at Bush camp in 2004 and had a wonderful time. (I remember thinking at the time, "This would be a great place for a honeymoon!" Who would have though!) I loved the boma dinners at Bush that included the guide and your other jeepmates. Made for a really fun time sharing the experience of the day. On the other hand, I understand that Selati offer more romance. Selati is cheaper ($500) because of the great fly-in package. So, fellow safari-ers... do we go with the social Bush or the romantic Selati? It is our long-awaited honeymoon, but we're social people by nature! Thanks for your advice!

p.s. We're set on Sabi Sabi, so don't go pitchin' Mala Mala or Londo! hee hee.