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Lion Camp upgradeBy Lion Camp
We have some exciting news to share. After 10 years of operating, we have decided to upgrade Lion Camp.
The structures date back to 1998, so in order to complete the major overhaul necessary with minimal disruption we will be closing for a season in 2017, reopening in May 2018.
New Lion Camp will retain everything that is great about the existing camp, but will have an enhanced look and feel. We have listened, and are now acting on your suggestions.
We are using this opportunity to pursue a strong eco-focus, ensuring minimal impact to the environment with maximum longevity.
Over the last 10 years, we have established an experienced guiding team and set consistently high standards with our food and service, this will continue with the same dedicated team when we reopen in 2018.
2018 rates will be published in mid-October and new bookings will be accepted from this date.
We will keep you posted on developments and the progress of the upgrade.
We look forward to welcoming you to Lion Camp in 2018.