• Chidozie Uzoezie

BON Hotels' Camp Shawu Wears a New Look

Following a renovation, Shishangeni, operated by BON Hotels, has re-opened Camp Shawu, named after the most famous of the African elephants, the Magnificent Seven.

Guests can now make their way along the new walkway to the refurbished pool and pool deck, and enjoy delicious food in the beautifully appointed dining area.

Located on a 15 000 hectare private concession of the world-renowned Kruger National Park, South Africa, Shishangeni is easily accessible by air or road and comprises three camps: Shishangeni Private Lodge, Camp Shonga and Camp Shawu.

Camp Shawu can accommodate 10 guests in 5 African inspired rooms, built with authentic buffalo dung walls, that overlook the Mpanamana dam and make for excellent game viewing.

Walkways lead to the pool area and dining room with unfettered views of the Kruger Park, its game, flora and fauna.

All rooms include Balcony with a spacious wooden deck, perfect for game-viewing, Recliner Chairs and Umbrella, Charming Lounge Area, Fireplace, Ball and Claw Baths, Outside Shower, Bathrobe, Ceiling fan.

All of the camps offer big five game viewing, superior service, excellent cuisine and accommodation to rival any in Southern Africa.

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