Welcome to the African Ivory Route

The African Ivory Route was established with the adventure traveler in mind. A selection of unique and off the beaten track destinations were therefore a more important consideration than ease of access.  Access to some of the camps is adventurous and may require 4 wheel drive vehicles while others can be conveniently accessed with an ordinary vehicle.

Situated in South Africa’s Limpopo Provice, the African Ivory Route offers safari and cultural camp experiences. Join us for an adventure of a lifetime!

Baleni Blouberg Camp Buffelshoek Camp Fundudzi Camp Mafefe Camp

Baleni Camp

Blouberg Camp

Buffelshoek Camp

Fundudzi Camp

Mafefe Camp

Situated near the banks of the Klein Letaba River, Baleni is an environment when nature, and spiritualism integrate. Situated below the Blouberg Mountains, this area provides wonderful opportunities for hiking and rock climbing. Situated in Manyeleti Game reserve. Buffelshoek tented camp gives you a close experience with the African bush. This camp is an ideal base both for experiencing the Vha-Venda culture and for exploring the many natural attractions. This camp is situated in a remote spot in the northern Drakensberg. It’s a 4×4 adventure paradise.
 Modjadji Camp  Mtomeni Camp  Mutale Falls Camp  Ndzhaka Camp  Nthubu Camp
Modjadji Camp Mtomeni Camp Mutale Falls Camp Ndzhaka Camp Nthubu Camp
Located within the Modjadji Cycad Reserve, and near the home of the Lobedu RainQueen. Explore the Modjadjiskloof area. Mtomeni Camp, named after the magnificent jackal berry trees which grace this spot is situated on the bank of the Groot Letaba River. Situated in northern Limpopo Province’s Makuya park which shares an unfenced boundary with Kruger National Park along the Luvuvhu River. Ndzhaka Camp snuggles in the shade of lush riverine bush a short distance downstream from a large scenic dam, in the center of the Manyeleti Reserve. Nthubu Camp is situated on the bank of a river of the same name, which is a tributary of the Klein Mokgalakwena River which transects the Masebe Reserve.