This camp is situated in the eastern Lowveld on the banks of the Klein Letaba River near Giyani. The camp is adjacent to a natural hot spring – Mkhulu, a sacred place about which legends abound. Watch in Winter as the local Tsonga women produce natural salt using ancient methods.
This camp is situated in a secluded spot surrounded by the foothills of the Blouberg. It is perfectly situated for day walks and hikes, as well as accessing viewing points for the largest colony of vultures in Southern Africa.
This camp is situated in the Soutpansberg mountain forest on a terraced hillside within the Land of Legends. Experience the Tshivhase area and the village vibe. Enjoy the nights when the distant drums start beating and the Marimbas are played.
This camp is situated in a remote spot in the northern Drakensberg and can only be accessed with a four wheel drive vehicle. Access to the camp takes one along the Olifants River with various scenic views, where a few small villages are passed before the trail takes to the mountains.
This camp is located within the Modjadji Cycad Reserve. This is home to the mystified Rain Queen Modjadji, hereditary ruler of the Balobedu people, reknown for her rain making powers. Meet a vibrant community focused on the Lobedu traditions.
Situated in Letaba Ranch, which shares an unfenced boundary with the Kruger National Park. Less than an hour north of Phalaborwa, visitors to Mtomeni have stunning views over the Great Letaba River, and access to game drives and guided walks.
Situated in the northern part of the Limpopo Province, Mutale Falls camp is in Makuya park which shares a 50 odd km unfenced boundary with Kruger National Park. It’s a rugged world, with a baobab dotted landscape, river gorges and weathered sandstone ridges. The distinct wilderness character appeals to those who like it really wild.
Situated in one of the most picturesque spots in all of the Waterberg. It is characterized by dazzling sandstone cliffs, in the sheltered overhangs and hollows of which San Rock Art bears testimony of the people who inhabited this land in ancient times, and of what animals they encountered here. Today the reserve has extensive game (without predators or Big5 dangerous animals). It’s a place of tranquillity.