Luxury Safari Tent Camp near Kruger National Park, South AfricaTimbavati, Mpumalanga (South Africa)
Luxury Safari Tent Camp near Kruger National Park, South Africa
Reserve one of these African safari tents near Kruger National Park, South Africa
There are 12 East African-inspired safari tents at this luxury camping site, and each of them sing with simple luxury, pure comfort and timeless style. Each of these luxury tents comes with its own en-suite bathroom, Victorian bathtub, outdoor shower, and spacious deck that overlooks the nearby riverbed and African bush. These tents can accommodate up to two adults and two children.
This glamping site has a swimming pool overlooking the water hole, free internet and Wi-Fi in the main lounge area, and electricity and power are available with 220 V. Converters are supplied in each tent. African safari tents like these are the perfect way to experience the national parks of South Africa.
- Linens and pillows
- Double bed
- Safari/Game drive
- Infants allowed
- Children allowed
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
The indicated rates are for double occupancy, but the price per person is 4700.00 South African Rand, depending on the season. Rates include the accommodation, laundry, game drives, game walking activities, meals, soft drinks, local beers and spirits, house wines, and game drive activities.
In order to ensure you have the best safari trip possible, the glamping site encourages that you pack the following: comfortable walking shoes/hiking boots, sandals/flops, neutral-colored clothing (preferably cotton), swimwear, camera, binoculars, memory cards and chargers for your devices. Formal wear is not required at this glamping site. Also, please keep in mind that the summer and winter months do vary in temperature. In the summer, bring shorts, T-shirts, long pants and a light sweater. In the winter, bring long pants, long-sleeved T-shirts, fleece, a warm jacket, a cap or beanie, a scarf, warm shoes, and warm pajamas.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Timbavati, Mpumalanga (South Africa)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Safari/Game drive
There is much to see and do while staying at this luxury safari camp in South Africa. Below you’ll find some of your options outlined in more detail.
Game drives: There are daily game drives offered at this glamping site. They are led by the site’s professional guides and trackers, and they provide the perfect chance to see game and experience your surroundings. You’re likely to see the likes of elephants, lions, leopards, buffalos, rhinos, zebras, giraffes, wildebeest, and kudus while on this type of drive. While on a game drive, you’ll be riding in a state-of-the-art open Land Rover that can accommodate up to eight guests.
Guided safari walks: Lovely guided walks are also offered while staying at this glamping site. An expert guide will lead you around the area as you track game on foot and explore the amazing surroundings. You’ll learn a lot about the smaller creatures, as well as the flora from the region. These guided walks generally talk one to two hours.
Bush dining: Dine right on the banks of the riverbed with a lovely bush breakfast. The site’s chefs will prepare a beautiful continental buffet and a cooked English breakfast, too. Or, if you prefer lunch, it can be set up in different locations around the camp, and it’s the perfect opportunity for a private meal. Likewise, dinners are also set in different locations each night, but guests are seated at one long table to create a more social affair.
Romantic Private dinners: If a big dinner isn’t your thing, you can count on this glamping site to help you plan an amazing romantic dinner for just you and your special someone.
Riverbed picnics: Why not have a riverbed picnic during your stay? It will be set up very close to the camp, and it’s a lovely way to spend the afternoon as you hide under the shade of the nearby trees.
Swimming: There is an infinity pool in the middle of the camp that overlooks the camp dam, which just happens to be frequented by game throughout the day. While hanging out in the amazing pool and taking in the view, feel free to sip on ice cold drinks or tasty cappuccinos.