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Bushman's Baobabs is a bush lodge and safari camp in Liwonde National Park. Yes, IN Liwonde National Park. As in authentic safari camp in the midst of one of the most beautiful wildlife parks in Malawi. This means that not only might you see elephants wandering by the camp, but also that your safari literally starts right next door. And you have the option of doing land based safaris or river based safaris, or both! The range of wildlife in the park is extensive... from elephants and hippos to hyenas, baboons, crocodile, wart hogs, waterbuck, leopards, the occasional lion, and all sorts of antelope (kudu, sable, bushbuck).

The camp itself offers everything one might need for an enjoyable and authentic safari experience. There are safari tents, ensuite deluxe chalets (with incredible outdoor showers!), A-frame tents, and even a dorm if you prefer to bunk out with other travelers. Dinner is served in a massive thatch roof dining hall and the main great room is another thatch roof space with a brick floor and African furnishings... an especially inviting place for afternoon tea.

There is also a fully stocked bar which gets lively with tales of the day's adventures. And my favorite place for stories is the huge fire pit surrounded by sling chairs and chairs carved from solid tree trunks. The bushman keeps the fire roaring while new friends are made for life. Anyone have a guitar?

And then there is my favorite place in the whole camp... the wildlife viewing platform. Up two flights of stairs, this elevated deck looks out over acres of parklands. On my earliest of mornings (before sunrise) I was able to watch an entire parade of elephants wander by. There are cushioned lounge chairs, a palapa style thatch roof to keep any weather at bay, and even an African stone game to test your strategy. An especially great place to enjoy a sundowner for sure!

For more information, head on over to www.bushmansbaobabs.com and tell them Patti sent you!
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Bushman's Baobabs Bush Lodge and Safari Camp
Bushman's Baobabs is a bush lodge and safari camp in Liwonde National Park.  Yes, IN Liwonde National Park.  As in authentic safari camp in the midst of one of the most beautiful wildlife parks in Malawi.  This means that not only might you see elephants wandering by the camp, but also that your safari literally starts right next door.  And you have the option of doing land based safaris or river based safaris, or both!  The range of wildlife in the park is extensive... from elephants and hippos to hyenas, baboons, crocodile, wart hogs, waterbuck, leopards, the occasional lion, and all sorts of antelope (kudu, sable, bushbuck).  <br />
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The camp itself offers everything one might need for an enjoyable and authentic safari experience.  There are safari tents, ensuite deluxe chalets (with incredible outdoor showers!), A-frame tents, and even a dorm if you prefer to bunk out with other travelers.  Dinner is served in a massive thatch roof dining hall and the main great room is another thatch roof space with a brick floor and African furnishings... an especially inviting place for afternoon tea.  <br />
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There is also a fully stocked bar which gets lively with tales of the day's adventures.  And my favorite place for stories is the huge fire pit surrounded by sling chairs and chairs carved from solid tree trunks.  The bushman keeps the fire roaring while new friends are made for life.  Anyone have a guitar?<br />
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And then there is my favorite place in the whole camp... the wildlife viewing platform.  Up two flights of stairs, this elevated deck looks out over acres of parklands.  On my earliest of mornings (before sunrise) I was able to watch an entire parade of elephants wander by.  There are cushioned lounge chairs, a palapa style thatch roof to keep any weather at bay, and even an African stone game to test your strategy.  An especially great place to enjoy a sundowner for sure!<br />
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For more information, head on over to www.bushmansbaobabs.com and tell them Patti sent you!