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What types of food are served on safari?

The food served at all of the safari lodges and tented camps in our portfolio is of the highest quality. At certain lodges, gourmet cooks bake fresh breads, and produce soups, salads, and entrées that could easily grace tables at top restaurants around the world.

Meals are international in flavour with soups, salads, cold meats, pasta dishes, meat and fish dishes, breads and other starch.

We prefer to use camps and lodges that opt for good, wholesome home-style cooking at elegantly set dining tables (sometimes under the stars, sometimes under thatch or canvas) where guests can discuss and debate the day's events with their guides and fellow guests.

Meal times are geared around the best game viewing times and other activities specific to a particular camp.

Your day normally starts with coffee, tea and biscuits before the morning activity, returning to the lodge or camp late morning when brunch will be waiting. Buffet brunches are typical with a warm dish such as stew served with salads, quiches and cold meats. Cereals, fruit, bacon, eggs, sausage, and toast are also usually on offer. Cake and tea is served before the afternoon activity. Dinner consists of an appetizer followed by meat, fish and pasta dishes served with assorted vegetables and sauces. This is followed by coffee and tea, cheeses and sinful desserts!