Kambaku's Safari Camp is an ideal spot for passionate hunters preferring the natural atmosphere of the bush savannah to upper-class lodge comfort. For hunting guests we exclusively reserve our Safari Camp to organize the perfect set-up for your stay.

These advantages are obvious: Your sleeping quarters are right alongside the hunting grounds and you can stalk at your wish. The fittings are rustic and natural. You have ultimate privacy as only four guests plus a guide stay in the camp. So, the best individual care and service are guaranteed!




Despite the isolated location, you do not have to give up on luxuries. There is 12 volt solar energy allowing for light and plugs to load the batteries of your cameras and laptops. There is also internet available to stay in touch with family and friends.

Social interaction takes place over the braai (BBQ) or in the communal dining tent which forms the centre of our little encampment. Here we enjoy splendid meals together, plan our modus operandi or retreat to hide from the sun or cold nights.  



Although the camp facilities are rather basic everybody enjoys the comfy cosiness and atmosphere. The two tented bungalows have ensuite bathrooms, as beautifully equipped as the bedroom with two single beds, wooden cupboards and a decoration of local art and accessories. The bathrooms with a window, a shower, a toilet, copper tubing and marble basins emphasise the rustic feel while oryx horns serve as towel rails. A small terrace allows a private sundowner in the glowing sunset before you join the evening braai at the fireplace. Of course, you can lock the doors securely from both sides. Oil lamps and the open fire guide you through the darkness and bathe the camp in an extraordinary atmosphere of light. 



In the Safari Camp you will enjoy best basic full-board accommodation: everything is rather simple, but memorable. You can look forward to camp-provided culinary delights as well as daily deliveries of lodge-provided home-made breads and delicacies.

Your early morning tea and snacks set the scene for greeting the slowly awakening savannah. A delicious brunch awaits you after the early wildlife adventures in the bushveld. Afternoon coffee, tea and cake will see you through to the evening’s braai.

At the braai (cooking and grilling over an open fire) you will appreciate why Namibians will not swap their traditional game dishes for haute cuisine. Succulent antelope steaks or warthog ribs straight from the fire are simply not comparable to other dishes. Your guide will also be pleased for help: those who wish to, may peep over his shoulder to learn the tricks of cooking a Namibian potjie or grilling an oryx rib to perfection over the fire.

Please bear in mind that we cannot serve special menus in the bush to vegetarians, vegans or guests suffering from allergies.