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Our Female Guides program aims to develop female safari guides through skills training, mentorship, job shadowing, and rotations at African Bush Camps. Our Female Guides program is a two-year program that offers theory, practical, and on-the-job training at ABC camps to become a safari guide.
Ever wondered what the difference is between the African wild dog and the Hyena. We’ve listed some key characteristics and distinctions between the African wild dog and the hyena in this guide.
Our intimate heartlands are located in the heart of Southern Africa. Our professional guides are fueled by an insatiable passion, who possess an intimate knowledge of the land down to every crevice and up to its every peak.
Dete is a rural township located near the Hwange National Park Main Camp area. Located about a 20-minute drive from Dete is the Mambanje community which is a remote village comprising of just over 150 homesteads. The Mambanje Primary School has been one of the African Bush Camps Foundation’s passion projects for almost two decades.
A mokoro is a traditional canoe or dugout boat used in the African region of the Okavango Delta, particularly in Botswana. The term “mokoro” specifically refers to the boats used by the local people known as the Bayei and the BaYei people. These canoes are an essential mode of transportation in the waterways of the Okavango Delta.
Our home is in the heart of Southern Africa, in the intimate heartland of Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana. It’s here, in these special places, where our camps thrive as they are harmoniously intertwined with nature and wildlife.