SLEEPING UNDER THE STARS
Many parts of our wilderness areas in Southern Africa are blessed with low to zero light pollution. And from about April to October where rain showers are few and far between, our skies are captivatingly clear. For many city dwellers, sleeping out under the stars is a thrilling opportunity to see the stars dance brightly above you. And to have the night sounds too (the call of a Scops Owl or the laugh of a hyena) makes sleeping out even more memorable.
Experience this as part of your stay at Kanana Camp (Okavango Delta), Dinaka Camp (northern part of the Kalahari), Kalahari Plains (central Kalahari), Sable Alley (Khwai Private Reserve) and Leroo La Tau (Makgadikgadi area). Sleep outs on sleep out decks or raised star beds are private activities so are very limited and you have to reserve early.
In Namibia, you can’t beat sleeping out at the extraordinary Wolwedans. Here you don’t move far; the roof above you is opened for your convenience!