On the north-west side of the Busanga Plains, Busanga Bushcamp lies hidden in a small tree island of giant sycamore fig trees and wild date palms. Though not as grand as its sister camps, Kapinga Camp and Shumba Camp, this is a first-class little bushcamp with a very rustic approach.
Our view of Busanga Bushcamp
We really like this small, exclusive camp which felt like a proper safari camp – not a boutique hotel. It has been situated well, overlooking sunrise on the plains, and the food and camp staff were great. The guides were good, and brought the plains alive, even at times when there seemed to be little to see. Our only reservation about Busanga Bushcamp is that being small; it won't suit people who need constant change or entertainment. There's little to do between activities, and you need to be happy entertaining yourself.
Rooms at Busanga Bushcamp
Busanga Bushcamp: Traveller ratings
The Busanga Bushcamp accommodates up to eight guests in four pole-and-thatch chalets.