PRIVATE SAFARI AT KENNEDY SEASONAL CAMP
Our Kennedy Seasonal Camp sleeps 7 guests only and offer private, authentic, intimate, exclusive and personalized accommodation. You’ll settle into relaxed comfort and immerse yourself into the natural surroundings for a total connection and closeness to African wildlife.
The Kennedy Seasonal Camp is fully serviced and consist of 4 spacious Meru-style guest tents with alfresco en-suite bathrooms featuring flush toilets, warm water showers, indoor solar lantern lights, outdoor paraffin lamps, comfortable beds, crisp linen, and towels.
The camp features a Drinks Bar, Lounge, and Dining tents where a chef and waiter serve freshly cooked meals as well as plenty of refreshing drinks. There are three freshly cooked meals served daily including a 3-course meal every evening. We supply plenty of refreshments on all guided wildlife-observing activities, bottled water, soft drinks, fruit juices, tea and coffee, and limited alcohol. Evenings are spent around a campfire recounting the day’s wildlife experiences while enjoying a drink. Our bar is stocked with standard wines, beers, gin, and tonics.
We will do our very best to cater to any special food and beverage requests if we know about them in advance. Please talk to us about your requirements when you confirm your booking. The Kennedy Seasonal Camp has no internet connectivity. We are totally disconnected from the world and connected to wildlife. We have a satellite phone in camp in the event of emergencies or other urgent situations. Power points for charging cameras and devices are available in the Lounge tent.
ALL SAFARIS ARE SCHEDULED
2021 SET DEPARTURE DATES FOR THE 5 NIGHT SAFARI
BOOK A DIRECT FLIGHT TO JOHANNESBURG AND THEN CONNECT TO VICTORIA FALLS
CONSERVATION & LOCAL COMMUNITY!
The reality is that wherever there is wildlife there is bound to be illegal attempts to slaughter the animals, therefore as a conservation tourism safari operator we use some proceeds from our bookings to protect wildlife and promote conservation. Wildlife-observers taking part in this walking safari feel a real sense of pride that they played a sustainable role in the conservation of wildlife and this makes their trip to Africa more meaningful. Using the tourism dollar from our bookings, we have been able to create the African Safari Walks Community Ploughback program. The Community Ploughback program is our conservation method which provides land tillage ox-drawn ploughs to local rural communities living nearby but outside Hwange National Park so that they can grow crops to eat, sell and sustain their families. Subsistence farming is the main economic activity for the rural folk. Through the Community Ploughback program, African Safari Walks is able to effectively communicate anti-poaching and wildlife conservation to the rural communities as the program seeks to demonstrate that conservation tourism is practically beneficial to the livelihoods in the nearby communities.