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Zimbabwe

Sapi Springs Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

At Sapi Springs Camp, guests can sleep in an elegant raised outdoor bedroom overlooking the seasonal Sapi River.

The accommodations at Sapi Springs are quite unique. There are three open guest rooms built on a raised wooden platform under the shade of indigenous trees. Each raised, outdoor bedroom includes a large comfy bed under a mosquito net for sleeping under the stars as well as a ground floor additional bedroom and en suite bathroom. The bathrooms feature the added comforts of a flush toilet and a shower.

This intimate camp is located on the private 296,526-acre Sapi Concession that was awarded to Great Plains Conservation to manage and preserve. Along with the neighboring Mana Pools National Park, the area comprises 1,301-square miles of pristine wilderness that has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area was once a hunting concession but now animals such as elephants, lions, leopards, hyenas, wild dogs, buffalo, eland, and zebras are reemerging under the protection of Great Plains. This is a great spot for bird watching.

Early morning and late afternoon game drives are conducted by expert guides and trackers in open 4×4 safari vehicles that take in the diverse wildlife and terrain. Guided bush walks allow for a more intimate and detailed look at the local flora and fauna with the help of an expert tracker.

The main area of camp sits on a wooden platform under the shade of a strangler fig tree that is a popular resting place for many of the area’s bird life including Lillian’s lovebirds. Delicious meals are eaten outdoors making them a feast for the eyes as well as the palate. The camp is recommended for children over the age of twelve.

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Zimbabwe

Sapi Springs Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

At Sapi Springs Camp, guests can sleep in an elegant raised outdoor bedroom overlooking the seasonal Sapi River.

The accommodations at Sapi Springs are quite unique. There are three open guest rooms built on a raised wooden platform under the shade of indigenous trees. Each raised, outdoor bedroom includes a large comfy bed under a mosquito net for sleeping under the stars as well as a ground floor additional bedroom and en suite bathroom. The bathrooms feature the added comforts of a flush toilet and a shower.

This intimate camp is located on the private 296,526-acre Sapi Concession that was awarded to Great Plains Conservation to manage and preserve. Along with the neighboring Mana Pools National Park, the area comprises 1,301-square miles of pristine wilderness that has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area was once a hunting concession but now animals such as elephants, lions, leopards, hyenas, wild dogs, buffalo, eland, and zebras are reemerging under the protection of Great Plains. This is a great spot for bird watching.

Early morning and late afternoon game drives are conducted by expert guides and trackers in open 4×4 safari vehicles that take in the diverse wildlife and terrain. Guided bush walks allow for a more intimate and detailed look at the local flora and fauna with the help of an expert tracker.

The main area of camp sits on a wooden platform under the shade of a strangler fig tree that is a popular resting place for many of the area’s bird life including Lillian’s lovebirds. Delicious meals are eaten outdoors making them a feast for the eyes as well as the palate. The camp is recommended for children over the age of twelve.