While this journey will bring adventurers closer to nature, it does not mean they need to give up their creature comforts. It begins at Tuba Tree Camp for two nights, a traditional camp with tents connected by elevated platforms. These luxury tents include comfy beds and an en suite bathroom with an outdoor shower. The third night is at Pelo Camp on a heart-shaped island in the Jao Concession. Comfy tents with en suite bathrooms and private verandas are found here as well as a refreshing plunge pool.
Night five enjoys lodgings at Xigera Camp, pronounced Keejera which is nestled on the aptly named Paradise Island. The camp consists of luxury tents on raised platforms with en suite bathrooms featuring double sinks, flushing toilets, and outdoor showers, as well as a private viewing deck. Then night six and seven will enjoy the luxury of the premiere Mombo Camp. Finally, the last nights take in the splendor of Chitabe Camp and its Meru style tents on elevated wooden decks between acacia and mopane trees. The rates include the accommodations, all meals, a reasonable amount of soft drinks, water, house wine and beer, as well as local spirits such as gin and Amarula, national park fees, all scheduled activities, internal chartered flights, and transfers.