Each of the four tents is simple, but just right. Recently remodeled, the camp’s tents are tastefully decorated with fresh linens and local fabrics. There is a wardrobe, sitting chair, bedside tables and mozzie net to ensure convenience and comfort. The en-suite bathroom has a rain shower, hot/cold tapped water and flush toilet. The camp’s main area opens entirely onto the flood plain, and is warmed in winter by its huge fireplace and cooled in summer by the open-air layout. Dinners are taken in the large dining room, complemented by three seating areas and a fireplace to end the day. It is here that you are hosted by the local staff, and Shoebill’s private guide Brighton.