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Safari Camp

Embrace the tranquillity of the African wilderness while enjoying our range of facilities:

  • A thatched indoor/outdoor dining area to dine under the African skies
  • A fully equipped kitchen where the chef will cater to your culinary needs
  • A well-stocked bar to unwind and indulge in your favourite drinks
  • A traditional outside boma for evenings filled with stories and warmth
  • Indulge in three delectable meals daily, ensuring an African culinary journey that satisfies every palate.  We will make an effort to use the meat of the animals you shot the day before!
  • When our guests get back from their afternoon drive/hunting trip, they meet at the fireplace where they will be treated with a drink of their choice and have a nice relaxed conversation around the fire. This is an experience in itself, as a bonus you will hear many different sounds made by the animals, if you are lucky you will hear a leopard busy with a kill.
  • We do have Wi-Fi connection in the main part of the lodge, to help our guests stay in touch with the world.
  • Fully powered by a solar panel system with back-up battery bank providing 24 hours electricity for all facilities.
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Room Amenities

Each room in our camp is thoughtfully furnished to provide a comfortable and convenient stay, offering:

  • Comfortable bedding and linen for your comfort
  • One electrical adapter for your convenience
  • A secure gun safe (keys available within the camp premises)
  • Plush bath towels for your use
  • Fans for the warmer winter nights
  • Cupboard to store away clothes


Day trips can be made to Mapungubwe Nature Reserve -1.5 hour drive

  • Mapungubwe National Park in the northern corner of South Africa is situated at the confluence of the mighty Limpopo and Shashe Rivers at the borders of Zimbabwe and Botswana.
  • Renowned for its scenic landscape, with sandstone formations, woodlands, riverine forest and baobab trees.
  • Mapungubwe was declared a World Heritage Site in recognition of its value as an archaeological site that provides insight into humanity’s past.
  •  Non-hunters can also enjoy open 4X4 game drives on the ranch.
  • There is an extra cost involved in activities that are not part of the hunting safari.

An unforgettable adventure awaits you!