(PRWEB UK) 20 September 2012
The new Adenture Camping Safari is ideal for those who want a unique holiday experience. For a fraction of the cost of a luxury safari, campers can experience ‘the real Africa’ in small two man tents in a safe and well maintained environment, with the same standard of food as a more expensive safari included in the price. The Gamewatchers Adventure Safari camps are set up on private exclusive sites in the Selenkay conservancy in the Amboseli eco-system, and the Ol Kinyei conservancy in the Mara.
The camping safari gives adventurers the opportunity to see the animals up-close and personal in a 4x4 vehicle in a small group of six rather than in a minivan as luxury safaris often provide. For the longer journeys between camps, light aircraft is used to spend more time on safari.
In each camp there is a campfire and the fully trained safari cook will prepare and cook all meals. Each tent sleeps two adults comfortably on mattresses and there is a toilet and shower system behind each tent, removing any risks from walking in the night and providing a comfortable night’s sleep.
There are staff on hand at the camps to do the work associated with camping, such as washing up, cooking the food, preparing the fire and heating water for showers, to make your safari experience authentic, and as stress-free as possible.
Gamewatchers Safaris are an award winning responsible tour operator and ensure that your safari holiday benefits the local tribes by using their wildlife expertise as guides, trackers and drivers with good wages above the national average. The private land is leased providing an income from wildlife conservation and an alternative to farming meaning the big cats are welcomed rather than kept away from livestock. Your holiday also helps to fund community projects increasing the availability of education for local children.
For a memorable once-in-a-lifetime experience, contact Gamewatchers to plan your adventure safari that will provide you with a lifetime of memories that will last long after you get home.