The view from your nearby campsite
Twin walk-in Gemsbok Bow tents with comfortable mattress, solar lights, outdoor furniture. Spacious tents accommodate 2 people (3 m x 3m x 2.2 m) on a comfortable 4- inch thick mattress and cotton bedding. All are equipped with handy furniture (chairs, luggage rack), gazebos, and accessories (solar lights, mirror and hand wash basin) is available for your comfort.
Bucket showers with warm water (warmed in the camp) and portable long drop toilet are set up near the tents and leave no trace after departure.
ELECTRICITY / POWER / COMMUNICATIONS
We use solar lighting and kerosene lamps for lighting, but please expect to be away from electronic devices for a few days. Murchison is a true wilderness: there is no WiFi in the camp and only poor or intermittent telephone reception.
MEALS & DRINKS
Our meals are all freshly prepared on site by a staff professional cook in the mobile camp, using locally-sourced high-quality ingredients. All meals are eaten in the fresh air. We are happy to prepare vegetarian menus and can accommodate many dietary requests. Some special meals may be catered from Bwana Tembo Safari Lodge. Please provide us prior notice of any allergies or diets, so we can be sure to have the proper ingredients on hand. The camp includes a bar with basic drinks, chilled wine, and icy-cold beer. Filtered drinking water is always provided free of charge.
This walking safari is designed to be an education in and of themselves. However, to supplement your learning, we have a selection of books and other materials available for you to peruse.
The camps are operated by a dedicated well-trained team of people who strive to provide quality service. The team typically comprises: Head Guide, Ranger (armed), Cook, Driver, Camp Assistant.
We operate our camps in a sustainable manner: a) eco-friendly materials and supplies, b) no use of plastics, b) camps of solar-light powered, e) all waste is recycled whenever possible.
We are proud to announce to we offset 100% of our carbon footprint through the Lower Zambezi REDD+ Project, in Zambia. LZRP is now rated the most impactful REDD+ project in the world protecting important forest habitat in the buffer zone of the Lower Zambezi National Park, itself part of a globally significant trans-frontier conservation area which is home to 23,000 elephants—one of Africa’s largest populations. Juraj, our Founder, has worked and co-managed this project for several years and has witnessed himself the outstanding community and conservation co-benefits. Clutch Adventures joins a distinguished group of ‘carbon neutral’ tourism lodges, which have been offsetting their impact since 2016.
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I am Juraj, your Adventure Travel expert for East and Southern Africa. I have worked and lived in Zambia and Uganda for the past 14 years and traveled by road to many corners of this vast and beautiful region. My work in conservation has enabled me to explore unique places, trekking mountains, walking across vast savannas teeming with wildlife, and exploring many beautiful water bodies. My specialty is always to seek new and less-visited attractive destinations for active adventure travelers to enjoy diverse activities in nature and experience rich local cultures. My passion is to show you this corner of Africa the way most people do not see.