Stunning and Affordable Safari Tent Camp in South AfricaHoedspruit, Limpopo (South Africa)
Stunning and Affordable Safari Tent Camp in South Africa
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The traditional safari style canvas tents are built on wooden decks, and have thatch grass roofs and a porch where guests can sit and relax. The wooden entrance doors open up to a cozy and comfortable living area. Mesh screens protect the glamping units from insects. The tent has two single beds, which can be converted into one queen-sized bed, and comes with a private en-suite bathroom with a shower with either hot or cold water, a hand basin, and a flush toilet. Each tent is equipped with fresh linens and towels, as well as tables and lamps, a chest of drawers, a standing corner fan, mosquito nets, and toiletries. The tents come equipped with solar lighting.
The safari camp’s main area includes a covered thatch roof common space, a safari style dining room where breakfast and lunch are served, a bar and lounge area, a kitchen, and a nice African fireplace. Unless the weather is bad, dinner is served under the stars. All meals are homemade and hearty, and certain dietary restrictions can be accommodated. The tents don’t have electricity, but there is a charging area for electronics in the main area. Wi-Fi is also available on site if guests need to make contact with the outside world.
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
- Dining room
- Dining table
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Location and surroundings
Hoedspruit, Limpopo (South Africa)
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- Wildlife watching
- Safari/Game drive
The glamping site offers daily walking safaris and game drives. The walking safaris take place in the Greater Kruger National Park, and they last somewhere between two and three hours on the trail. The walking trails are based on educating guests on the safari environment as a whole, including plant life and general game such as giraffes, zebras, and impalas. There are no fences in the park, so wildlife is free to move between the reserves. An armed and experienced safari guide leads all walking safaris. Daily game drives are conducted in an open 4x4 safari vehicle, and led by an knowledgeable ranger and an expert tracker. The Timbavati Private Nature Reserve is home to more than 40 mammal species including lions, leopards, rhinos, buffalo, and elephants, as well as other game species such as hyenas, jackals, hippos, zebras, and wild dogs, just to name a few. There are also more than 350 bird species that live in the reserve, and it makes for a great bird watching experience.