African Bush Camps has launched a new Super Sensory Safari experience, which makes use of the practice of biomimicry.
This set departure itinerary in April will see guests exploring camps in Mana Pools – Kanga Camp and Zambezi Expeditions – through the lens of biomimicry, “the practice of learning from and emulating nature’s genius,” says Jemma Macmillan, African Bush Camps Marketing and PR. The Super Sensory Safari concept includes specific sense-stimulating activities with a team of experienced professional guides, and activities with biomimicry specialist and guide, Rob Janisch, and the team at Imaginature, an operator offering biomimicry experiences.
The experience also includes using high-tech equipment, such as individual headphones each linked to sophisticated microphones that pick up the sounds of the wild.
The Super Sensory Safari is a value-adding experience with African Bush Camps’ Kanga Camp and Zambezi Expeditions.