All the camps are locally handcrafted from natural materials allowing for a rustic, yet luxurious, bush experience.
Remote Africa Safaris is conscientious about its surrounding wildlife and local community. It started the Tafika Fund in 1997 which supports and provides scholarships to students of the local Mkasanga Basic School. The company provides financial support to both the South Luangwa Conservation Society and North Luangwa Conservation Project and John often conducts aerial game surveys and surveillance flights in his microlight.
Remote Africa Safaris prides itself in having a close knit, long-standing team, which contributes to the cohesive and friendly atmosphere in all the camps.