Upon arriving at Somalisa Camp, I knew this would rank as one of my favorite Southern African camps. Actually, the photos on the website convinced me that I would love this camp long before I arrived. The camp is stunningly beautiful. You will almost want to skip a game drive to fully luxuriate in the space. The inviting and massive deck overlooks open savannah and a waterhole that attracts huge breeding herds of elephants during the dry season. It is a relaxing space with a fire pit that demands you enjoy a postprandial drink under a canopy of stars and swimming pool. Our private tent (replete with a hammock, outdoor shower, and a wood burning stove that Callum wanted to light despite the rather warm autumn nights) was utter perfection.Travel Africa magazines that were in our room. I am always plotting our next holiday! The food was phenomenal and like all safari camps, is more food than a human should reasonably consume in in a day. All meals are served at a communal table with all guests gathered together and sharing stories from their drives, but the camp host accommodated our request to dine privately every evening. African Bush Camps has a lodge there that I think would perfectly round out another trip.