Tuskers Bush Camp is the ultimate bushveld retreat. The old-world safari tents are authentic and simplistic, a design that is replicated in the main area of camp where guests will find a dining area, lounge, bar and fireplace.
There is a spacious safari-style dining tent where guests are seated at meal times, while a lounge area with comfortable wicker and canvas furniture and coffee tables is the ideal spot to while away the afternoon. The adjacent freestanding bar is a feature of the camp, also shaded by canvas walls and roof.
The classic open-air fire pit is centred between the bar and dining tent, all overlooking a pan frequently visited by roaming game, and offering a perfect view of the sunset on the western horizon.
Tuskers Bush Camp lies between Nxai Pan National Parkin the east and Moremi Game Reserve in the west. Maun is only an hour’s drive away (4 x 4 only) and Chobe National Park is to the north, making this an excpetional and highly accessible location for self-drivers.
The camp is nestled in its own 365 000 hectare concession. This is a prestigious territory in the wild wonderland of Botswana, where the lack of fences allows for free-roaming wildlife from Moremi Game Reserve, resident lions, an abundance of elephants, and incomprehensible room to explore.
Tuskers is located only an hour’s drive from Maun, and is easily and afforably accessed by self-drivers (4 x 4 only) from Maun Airport. Alternatively, a road transfer from the airport to the camp can be arranged.
Self-drivers (4 x 4 only) travelling from Maun will exit the airport on Airport Rd and turn left at the stop street meeting Sir Seretse Khama Rd. Continue on Sir Seretse Khama Rd until you exit Maun town, cross the Thamalakane River and arrive at a roundabout. Take the first exit left off the roundabout and continue in the direction of Mababe.
The road becomes a gravel road and you will cross the vet fence. Continue straight on the gravel road until turning right onto another gravel road and drive along the fence for +-15km until reaching Tuskers Bush Camp.