Camping safaris range from luxurious to budget. With each itinerary, the category of camping will differ. These categories are as follows;
Mid-Range Camping, with walk-in tents and safari
showers, staff on hand to take care of cooking and other camp chores,
and where transport is either by minibus or four wheel drive safari
Budget Camping, where everyone pitches in and helps
to erect tents, cook and do the dishes. Food is simple and your evening
wash is often only a bowl of water. Overland trucks or minibuses are
commonly used on such safaris.
Camping on your own. There are
designated camp sites in most National Parks and some privately owned,
where you can pitch your own tents. Most of the privately owned sites
have good facilities, but in the Parks you must be self sufficient.