African Bush Camps will temporarily close its camps early next year.

Jemma Macmillan, Marketing & PR, told Tourism Update: “The camp closures are purely to bring all our guides from every camp together in one place so that they can connect and learn from one another and enhance the African Bush Camps guiding experience through shared knowledge.”

All properties will close on January 25 and reopen February 3.

African Bush Camps offers authentic safari experiences in exclusive tented camps in prime wildlife areas in Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

In Botswana it owns two camps in the Chobe Enclave, two camps in the Okavango Delta and one lodge in Zambia. Properties in its portfolio in Zimbabwe are Somalisa Camp, Somalisa Acacia and Somalisa Expeditions in Hwange National Park; Kanga Camp and Zambezi Expeditions in Mana Pools; and Bumi Hills Safari Lodge at Lake Kariba.