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Limpopo accommodation

Tshulu Camp

Region: Vhembe RegionMutale

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.

Website: www.tshulutrust.org

Rates from ZAR 150,00 to 300,00 (per person / per night)

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Property description

Accommodation is in luxury ‘meru-style’ tents on stilts, each with its own en-suite bathroom and a veranda with a wonderful view. We also have a traditional round hut and a rammed earth house that are both refreshingly cool even in the hot summer months. Our beds are famously comfortable! Tshulu Camp offers a base from which to explore this area of untouched Southern African bush. Crocodiles, primates, many rare species of birds and other small animals all live within short walking distance from the camp.

For those looking for a local and cultural experience, guests are invited to participate in our Homestay Programme. Guests live with a local family (and trained guide) for 1-3 nights to experience first-hand the richness of rural Venda life. Tshulu also supports local artists, musicians and a sewing co-operative to provide your group with a holistic cultural experience.

HaMakuya is also home to many large Baobab trees, among them The Sagole Baobab, the largest tree in Southern Africa (1 hour's drive 4x4 or 2.5 hours non-4x4). Kruger National Park's Punda Maria Gate is 1.5 hours drive away. Also, less than 1 hour's drive away is Makuya Game Reserve (separated from Kruger by just the Luvhuvhu River).


  • Barbeque Area
  • Bathroom en-suite
  • Lapa / Boma
  • Linen and Towels Provided
  • Outdoor Shower
  • Parking
  • Pets Welcome
  • Pick up Service

Available activities

  • Hiking
  • Wildlife Conservation
  • Wildlife Parks and Farms
  • Birding
  • Canoeing/Kayaking
Number of rooms: 7