Robins Camp

Robins camp was privatised a few years ago and has undergone a full refurbishment situated in a rugged basalt area rich in natural water, large buffalo herds are often seen.  The camp is named after Hebert Geoge Robins a determined defender of the oroginal game reserve in 1928.  He was buried near the camp, where his grave can be seen today .  The tower houses a meseum in his memorial 


  •  16 standard chalets
  • 2  tripple chalets under the thatch
  • 18 standard chalets under the chroma deck with verandah


USD$430 pp pn


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