The layout of nDzuti Safari Camp is similar to that of a manor house. There are 4 ensuite, air-conditioned rooms sleeping 8 people in total. Rooms are located under one roof and all lead off a central area. Each room has 2 entrances: one from the outside gardens and one from the indoor central area.
The central area consists of deep patio and indoor interactive kitchen area, where guests can relax and chat as meals are prepared. There are leather couches and lots of books to read for staying cosy indoors. There is a well established garden housing a boma, swimming pool and lookout deck facing onto a waterhole. The layout of nDzuti is light, airy and open plan.
Small groups of friends or families can hire out nDzuti exclusively, and enjoy all the facilities as one group.
nDzuti has 4 standard ensuite bedrooms leading off the main central area of the house. All rooms are decorated similarly with wildlife photographs on the walls and thatched roofs. Guests have the choice of staying in either a twin or double room.
Facilities provided in each room are as follows: large ensuite bathrooms with spacious showers, soaps, lotions and towels; ceiling fans and large windows that regulate the temperatures on hot days; views out onto the surrounding gardens; numerous plug points including 2-prong adaptors; bedside lamps; and wifi connectivity.