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Being on an island in the middle of the waterways made for a very unique experience. Plus the elephants and kudu that had taken residence on the island seemed to favor our tent. The game viewing was spectacular--we saw wild dog and two lion post...More
This is probably the prettiest setting we were at - the other three camps being Liinkwasha, Victoria Falls River Lodge, and Ruckomechi. A great camp with wonderful hosts and beautiful wildlife. Our guide could go off road - where at the other camps which were...More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Little Vumbura CampResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you Damon for the fantastic feedback and bragging rights for Gee and everyone at Little Vumbura - we are sure they will not hesitate in showing off to their counterparts at the other Wilderness Camps you visited :). The luxury of being able to...More
The camp can be reached only by a short boat ride. It has been totally renovated in early 2017, so rooms are nice and new. A new boardwalk will be built, but current deep sand path is very taxing. In your room, Beware the large...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Little Vumbura CampResponded 5 May 2017
We are glad to hear you enjoyed so many great sightings and even having a large dinner companion one night. The sandy walkways - as you mention are in deed temporary and we will be building elevated walkways as soon as availability allows...More
Little Vumbura is an island camp, and this part of the Delta has plenty of water. The animal spotting began on the drive from the air strip to the camp, and continued to be plentiful. In addition, boat trips and makoro rides are part of...More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Little Vumbura CampResponded 24 January 2017
Thank you for your wonderful words, we are delighted to see how much you enjoyed your stay with us and will be sure to share your wonderfully kind words with Nas and all the great staff in camp. We hope you will visit...More
When we arrived our guide Sam asked us what we wanted to see and we explained our last camp Mombo we did not see any elephants, wild dogs or cheetah. With in 24 hours we had seen 100s of elephants and a large pack of...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Wilderness Safaris Little Vumbura CampResponded 21 November 2016
We certainly do hope you will visit us again soon and we will do what we can about making sure the fabulous Sam is in camp to keep you company once again – you can request a guide in any Wilderness Safaris camp,...More
Are there power outlets in the room and if so what type
2 July 2016|
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Response from WildernessSafaris | Property representative |
Thank you for your question, yes each room as well as the main areas all have power outlets and in most cases international charging stations with universal adapters. We would however, recommend that you bring... More
Thank you for your question, yes each room as well as the main areas all have power outlets and in most cases international charging stations with universal adapters. We would however, recommend that you bring your own additional universal adapter as this would come in very useful at any other camps/ properties you visit during your vacation.
Should you require any more information please do not hesitate in asking ourselves or your travel agent.
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"Closer to the center of camp makes for a shorter walk."