Long before today’s luxury safaris, sleeping out in the bush under nothing more than a flysheet was the way of the pioneers. Today flysheets have primarily been replaced by traditional canvas tents, mosquito domes or a simple camp cot under the stars.
Walking, cycling, riding or driving to camp and spending the night around a crackling fire where your dinner is cooked while listening to the African night is the hallmark of a great fly camp.
Add in the company of a highly experienced guide and a few creature comforts – crisp linen and cosy blankets; this experience is perfect for anyone willing to remove the barriers between themselves and nature. Simply put, there is no finer way to transport oneself away from every day realities than falling asleep under an African night sky next to a steadily burning fire.