Sirheni Camp in Kruger National Park is the northernmost camp of the Kruger Park's 5 bush camps, forming an oasis in the surrounding mopane plains.
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.
Tamboti tented camp is a small camp situated on the banks of the Timbavati River, on the western boundary of the Kruger National Park, approximately 2 km east of Orpen Rest Camp.
Completed in 1992, Mopani Camp is the newest of all the rest camp accommodation and lodging in Kruger National Park. Inside Mopani Camp indigenous vegetation has been left largely untouched, while newly planted trees have been laid out along the camp's tarred roads.
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.
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.
Thulani Game Lodge on the border of Limpopo Province in the Thabazimbi District, is perched on a hill with breathtakingly panoramic views of the surrounding bushveld.
Located in the Marakele National Park, the Marataba Safari Lodge is surrounded by breathtaking landscapes comprising dramatic mountains and gorges, bush, plains and rivers.
The lodge is very accessible, being under four hours driving from Johannesburg or just a 50 minute flight.
Punda Maria Camp lies in an area of fascinating history and unsurpassed bird watching.
Waterberg Bushveld Retreat ideally combines a real bush experience and comfort at an affordable price! The convenience of our fully-serviced accommodation will assure that your battery will be fully charged when leaving our premises.
Tanda Tula is located in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, adjacent to the Kruger National Park. It is renowned as the most luxurious tented camp in South Africa.
This small charming thatched lodge in the heart of the Thornybush Game Reserve offers you a friendly and old world colonial atmosphere.
Orpen Main Rest Camp is situated in the central region on the western border of the Kruger National Park. It is a small main camp and serves as an entrance gate to the central region.
Talamati Camp has 15 secluded, family cottages spread out in a long well spaced line amongst the trees along the N'waswitsontso River for guests Kruger National Park lodging and accommodation.
The camp sleeps a maximum of 16 guests in 8 individually appointed en-suite bedrooms with shower & bath. Every unit also boasts a fully equipped kitchenette with all the expected equipment and facilities.
There is also the main building which facilitates a large dining room (with separate kitchen) and lounge area (which can be used for meeting facilities)
Your camp and rooms are serviced daily by your service staff. At night time your camp attendant will assist with your needs at the camp - from lighting the fire to helping you in the kitchen!
A true African bush experience awaits you at Wildside Safari Camp, where the essence of the unspoilt wilderness of the Waterberg is combined with comfortable en-suite tents, creating a wild Africa atmosphere.
This is a self-catering and secluded camp with a cluster of only three chalets accommodating up to eight guests.
Panzi (the local word for 'down below' or 'on the ground') Bushcamp is situated in the Guernsey Private Nature Reserve, in the Limpopo province of South Africa. Only 45 minutes to Kruger Park's Orpen Gate and an hour and a half to Phalaborwa Gate, Panzi is ideally located for those wanting to explore the area's many attractions.
The malaria-free Mabalingwe Nature Reserve covers more than 12 500 hectares of scenic rolling hills and is home to the "Big 5", namely lion, elephant, rhino, buffalo and leopard. The Mabalingwe Nature Reserve, which is situated in South Africa's northern Limpopo Province, is also home to hippos, giraffe, hyenas and sables to name but a few of the 36 species of wildlife.
On a high ridge above the Mutale River, the view from Mutale Falls allows you to see so far that ‘you can see tomorrow’. The wild and beautiful Makuya Reserve provides visitors to this safari camp with a rugged safari experience – and views that will never be forgotten.
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