Safari Portal is incredibly flexible and there are often many different ways to present information. The same is true for creating itineraries using mobile camps, however, here is one way to do it:
1. From your Content Library, click the Create New Content button and then select Miscellaneous Page from the dropdown. Create a page called Private Mobile Camp (or whatever the name of the mobile camp is). This should include a description of the mobile camp concept and overview of the experience. You should include photos of the actual camp on this page.
2. Next, from your Content Library again click the Create New Content button and select Property from the dropdown. Call the page Private Mobile Camp, link it to Private Mobile Camp (so that once we release our agent analytics you will be able to track your bednight data for mobile camps), and add the area that the camp will be in as a tag.
3. Input the location for the camp (you can use GPS coordinates or a nearby site marker). This will ensure that the correct points pull through onto the client itinerary Safari Map page.
4. Skip the Rooms tab.
5. Complete the page but write only about the area and what to expect in terms of experience and activities. You can copy and paste in content from the relevant attached area page if you like. Make the subheadline the area name. Do not repeat any of the information you put on the Miscellaneous page about the camp.
6. Save the page.
7. Repeat steps 2-6 for the second mobile site (for example, Samburu).
8. Navigate to your Itineraries dashboard and click the Create a New Itinerary blue button in the top right and then select New Itinerary.
9. Fill in the General Info tab.
10. On the Details tab, when you get to where you would like to add the first site for the mobile camp, select Overnight Stay first and then tag the Miscellaneous page you created for the Private Mobile Camp in the Transfers, Flights, and Daily Activities section.
11. In the Accommodations and Rooming section of the same line, tag the Private Mobile camp property page you created for that first site.
12. When you get to when you would like to pull in the second camp site, you don't need to pull in the same description of the camp again, only the description of the camp now positioned at the second destination. So, simply tag the version of the Private Mobile camp property page you did for the second destination in the Accommodations and Rooming section.