We want our guests to feel safe and relaxed when embarking on a safari with us. Please read our travel advice below, as well as details on our all-inclusive policy, supplements, child-policy, regional policy, seasons & rates, rack rates,terms & conditions of travel.
Our rates for African Bush Camps properties include:
Rates are based on two persons sharing.
A single supplement is charged during the high season (July to October). Single supplements are specified for each camp & safari.
Rates are based on a group of 6 persons sharing a vehicle and guide.
Smaller groups can book a private vehicle, depending on availability, for a surcharge of US$250 per day.
Guides and Pilots
Game drives are conducted by African Bush Camps resident professional guides.
A private safari guide is available on request with a daily surcharge.
There will be no charge for guides accompanying their own guests – this is applicable for 1 guide per group.
Our camps are unfenced and wild animals will occasionally pass through. Children should be under the constant supervision by their parents.
Children under 6 years (sharing with adults): one child free of charge and second child at 50% of Full Adult Rate (with restrictions).
Unless the group books the whole camp (10 paying guests for 12 bedded camps, 6 paying guests for 8 bedded camps), children under 6 years old are only accepted during Easter, Christmas, specially promoted periods, or by prior arrangement. If the group is not paying for the whole camp, and there are less than 5 guests, a private vehicle at US$250 per day per group/family must be booked.Children under 6 years old are accommodated with one child free of charge and every child under 6 thereafter at 50% of Adult Rate. Maximum of 3 guests per room per night (2 adults and 1 child) or up to 2 children in the room by prior arrangement. A single bed is provided for the child.
Children 6 – 12 years: 50% of adult rate.
Children from 6 to 12 years old are accepted throughout the year at 50% of the per person sharing rate if sharing the room with one or two adults or when two children are sharing a room.
Maximum 1 triple of either 1 child and 2 adults or 2 children and 1 adult per room.
If the group/family is less than 5 people, they must book a private vehicle at US$250 per day.
If the child is in a single room, a single supplement is charged of 50% of the normal adult sharing rate throughout the year.
Children 12 and above: adult rate.
Children from 12 and above will be booked as adults.
Zambezi Life Styles require a minimum age of 12 years old for safety reasons. Specialised children’s safaris can be arranged on request.
Footsteps Across Linyanti requires a minimum age of 16 years old for safety reasons. Specialised children's safaris can be arranged on request.
Rates at African Bush Camps are normally defined low, medium and high as follows:
Low season: December through to March (included)
This is the green season: Still warm in December, fresher from January through to April
Lower rates normally apply.
Medium season: April to June (winter) and November
High Season: July to October (included)
This is the dry season: cold from July to August, warmer in September & very hot in October.
Higher rates and a single supplement normally apply.
To better understand seasons in the region, please check our safari seasons information.
All rates are based on a per person per night basis unless otherwise specified. You will find specific rates for each camp & safari in the respective camps & safari pages.
All provisional reservations and requests are held for 14 days only before we require a 20% non-refundable deposit to confirm the reservation, otherwise the booking will expire and be released from our reservation system. Final payment is due prior to the start of your travel arrangements and African Bush Camps must receive payment no later than 8 weeks before your intended travel date. Travel with us is conditional upon full payment of this invoice.
Our booking conditions apply to all travel arrangements with us.
Our cancellation policies are as follows:
It is a pre-requisite for all travellers to undertake full comprehensive travel insurance which includes emergency evacuation cover as well as cover in the eventuality of delays. Delays may result from weather and/or acts of god and flight delays or cancellations may occur. Please make sure to keep your personal belongings with you at all times whilst on safari. We cannot accept responsibility for the misplacement or theft of articles whilst in our camps or during your travels. The logistics of inter-camp communication, as well as the scheduling and costs of charter flights, may not be favourable for the return of articles unless you are willing to pay for the full cost of getting your goods to you. This issue is possibly the most prominent form of inconvenience for guests who have left their goods behind at a camp.
Roads in the bush are rough and bumpy, we occasionally travel “off road” and injuries can occur. African Bush Camps, their staff members, associates or agents cannot be held liable for any accidents or any damages. Most places booked for travel are in wild and remote parts of Africa with dangerous wildlife and often harsh terrain; hence you will be exposed to potentially hazardous activities. African Bush Camps, its associates, partners and staff will not be held liable for any injury, loss of life or damage whatsoever during and after the travel arrangements.
Read more about safari travel insurances.
Guides, other guests, and other staff may take photographs including those of you on safari. African Bush Camps reserves the right to use these images for marketing and legal purposes only. However, you can be assured that the type of photographs shall not be used so as to compromise one’s integrity.
Through booking and paying for your safari African Bush Camps assumes that you agree to the terms and conditions of travel, and thereby waiver indemnity to African Bush Camps, its agents, associates and employees.