Banoka Bush Camp is an Adventures Camp

4Cs Projects at Banoka Bush Camp

When on safari at Banoka you can rest assured that your carbon footprint is limited and that those communities that surround the area are benefitting from the financial profits of the camp.

Community Partnership

Banoka Bush Camp is part of a community partnership between Wilderness Safaris and the Khwai Community represented by the Khwai Development Trust. This partnership aims at bringing the benefits of ecotourism to the communities that live alongside conservation areas.

Low-impact Safari

In keeping with Wilderness Safaris’ environmental commitment to be as low impact as possible, Banoka Bush Camp is 100% solar powered. In addition, a wastewater treatment plant purifies and recycles all grey and black water used in the operation of the camp, ensuring that we do not contaminate the natural water system in the area. Inorganic waste is sent back to Maun to be recycled.

Pack for a Purpose

Wilderness Safaris has partnered with Pack for a Purpose, a non-profit organisation that provides travellers with up-to-date information about required supplies for community-based projects. Guests that would like to bring along a contribution can view the needs list for Banoka Bush Camp’s community projects on the Pack for a Purpose website.

Latest News From Banoka Bush Camp

  • Banoka Bush Camp – January 2015
    Feb 14, 2015

    Magical dinner settings were the perfect ending to amazing days spent tracking wild dog and watching lion at Banoka Bush Camp…

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  • Banoka Bush Camp – December 2014
    Feb 6, 2015

    December at Banoka Bush Camp means extraordinary wildlife sightings and sharing our traditional African Christmas celebrations with guests…

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  • Banoka Bush Camp – October 2014
    Dec 2, 2014

    The pride of lions on the western side of Banoka Bush Camp was blessed with three cubs towards the end of the month…

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ A very warm welcome from managers Mr. T, Mama B and Mish... The camp was near a waterhole and our tent #2 was where the hippos and elephants would walk to the hole. ”
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Reviewed by: carol33708, 2013.06.23