A visit to this African Jewel marks the beginning of many voluntary repeat visits due to the tranquility of its big spiritually laden bush, superbly extravagant tents strategically placed along wilderness, the ever-flowing stream and the warm hospitality of its people.
Singo Safari Lodge is arguably the uncut diamond of the north, with a unique geographical setup. Its luxury tents are tiptoed along the edge of a cliff over looking the banks of the Luvubu River.
Matamba offers a unique camping experience, Sue and Alan Jarman have built the campsite they always dreamt of finding during a lifetime of traveling in Africa.
The circular flowing lawns hold all the eight small wooden units, nestled amongst massive indigenous trees and smaller thorn bushes. The swimming pool is surrounded by tall palms and flanked by a large open fireplace.
Dinokeng is a huge tourist destination being developed just north-east of Pretoria, South Africa, and consists of the Cullinan, Roodeplaat Dam and Dinokeng Game Reserve areas.
When we say "being developed" we actually mean that there are about a gazillion activities and places to stay that far too few people know about. And check this out; we're:
The Marakele National Park in the heart of the Waterberg Mountains, as its Tswana name suggests, has become a 'place of sanctuary' for an impressive variety of wildlife due to its location in the transitional zone between the dry western and moister eastern regions of South Africa.
Satara Camp is the Kruger National Park's third biggest rest camp, providing a range of Kruger National Park accommodation. There are 100 sites with power points available for camping and caravans. Alternatively, a range of bungalows sleeping between 2 and 3 guests are also available.
Punda Maria Camp lies in an area of fascinating history and unsurpassed bird watching.
A simple but comfortable and very beautiful camp on the banks of the Mutale River. Tshulu Camp is the flagship project of Tshulu Trust, a registered not-for-profit organisation which aims to enhance responsible well being and achieve sustainable livelihoods by improving the ability of community members to utilise their natural and cultural resources in an optimal and sustainable manner. All staff members are previously unemployed members of the community. All profits are re-invested back into community projects.
The idyllic Letaba Rest Camp is situated on a sweeping bend of the Letaba River, midway between the southern and northern boundaries of the Kruger National Park, South Africa.
Maroela Private Camp, Kruger National Park, Limpopo, South Africa
The camp offers 6 very affordable but yet comfortable tents under the protection of roofs thatched by the locals.
In the midst of a peaceful clearing along the Shingwedzi River, set within two adjacent rings are the camp's accommodation bungalows and its luxury guesthouse.
Ntokozo Croc Farm breed crocodiles for the skin and meat industry. Guest are welcome to view our crocodiles and will see the different sizes, ages that crocodiles go through.
High in the northern Drakensberg is Mafefe’s 4×4 Trails Camp. Accessible only by 4×4, slow, patient driving rewards the driver for the slow trip with magnificent scenery and an unparalleled environment for hiking, mountain biking and enjoying the great outdoors.
Modjadji Cultural Camp provides adventure travelers a fascinating mixture of cultural interaction, and natural wonders. Situated in a forest of ancient cycads, the camp’s community owners are members of the Lobedu community who are subjects of the Modjadji Royal Family – Southern Africa’s only matriarchal royal dynasty.
Kudu Bush Lodge is located on a cattle farm in the beautiful Waterberg bushveld, one and a half hours from Gauteng, close to Mookgophong (Naboomspruit) in the Limpopo Province.
Tom Cats is conveniently located at the gate into the private
reserves of Timbavati and Klaserie.
Within the Waterberg Mountains is a private retreat known as Jobedi Game Reserve.
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