Shambala Private Game Reserve

Shambala Private Game Reserve

Shambala Private Game Reserve, Vaalwater 530 South Africa
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Situated on 10,000 hectares in the Limpopo Province, a mere 2½ hour drive or 45 minute helicopter ride from Johannesburg, Shambala Private Game Reserve is set under the watchful guardianship of the picturesque, malaria-free Waterberg mountains, and the magnificent African bushveld is home to a variety of remarkable flora and fauna including The Big Five.
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Free breakfast
Boating
Fishing
Airport transportation
Spa
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Shambala Private Game Reserve, Vaalwater 530 South Africa
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Polokwane Airport
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NewZealandPatriot wrote a review Feb 2020
United States
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Now I know how Her Majesty The Queen is treated!
We arrived at Zulu Camp ( this is the part of the reserve that contains the chalets, restaurant, bar and spa) mid afternoon November 2019. While touring the camp I asked our manager Brendon where all the other guest were? He said there weren’t any other guest – you have the whole place to yourself. We stayed 3 nights in chalet number 2 which was beautifully appointed with full bath – separate tub and shower plus an additional outdoor shower overlooking the small creek running through the camp. Jan was our server, bartender & butler during our stay and truly made us feel special (like royalty). Our chef Matthew would inquire what our likes were for lunch and dinner and prepared several fabulous meals with his culinary flair.

We had a game drive on the afternoon we arrived and two drives everyday: one early morning 06:30 and one in the afternoon around 15:00. They were all spectacular! One evening we had a sunset boat ride with our captain Tinus on the lake near the dam. Here we saw rhino and crocodile with wonderful cocktails and charcuterie. We did not use the spa however we did use the shooting range and Pieter and Dion were wonderful instructors (10 out of 10 at 100 yards .30-06 Springfield).

By far the best part of our stay were the game drives. Our driver and guide Jacques did an outstanding job and we tip our hat to him. He really knows what he is talking about, is enthusiastic and answered all our questions.

Shambala is owned by the same group that owns the Saxon Hotel in Johannesburg. See our review of the Saxon. As I mentioned in my Saxon review, everyone at Shambala is at the top of their game. We give 4.5 stars. My wife’s only slight complaint was no wifi. I loved being off the grid. We hope to return someday!
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Date of stay: November 2019
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: CHalet 2 had an outdoor shower that overlooked the lake.
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Response from GeorgeCohen, Managing Director at Shambala Private Game Reserve
Responded 12 Feb 2020
Dear NewZealandPatriot, Thank you so much for your wonderful review of your stay with us at Shambala Private Game Reserve! It is such a pleasure to receive this kind of feedback from a guest, especially regarding our valued team members.We do look forward to welcoming you back again in the future! Best regards, George Cohen
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Forever Flying wrote a review Sept 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
On arrival you know the Shambala is going to be special. We arrived by car from the Saxon Hotel in Johannesburg (2.5hrs) and transferred to a jeep with our guide for the stay. Even the drive from the main gate to the lodge is a stunning experience with amazing views and the first of many game drives. Our guide Gehardt, was engaging, entertaining and extremely knowledgable about everything from animal behaviour, local fauna, geology and even the stars. Everything from the lodge, food, and the staff was excellent. The entire stay was personalised to our needs and wants from the outset and Lwazi the lodge manager was routinely checking in with us to ensure everything was as it should be. He even delayed our departure as what we had booked was too early for our return flight from Johannesburg. During our stay we saw many varieties of animals including lion, elephant and rhino. We also learnt a lot about conservation, tracking animals as well as the problems caused by poaching and climate change. We always felt secure, both in the lodge (due to 24/7 security) and during our drives (due to the expertise of our guide). Our butler (Abram) was attentive, flexible and recommended some excellent SA wines during our stay and it must be noted that housekeeping attend the room FOUR times a day to ensure it remains spotless. The attention to detail at every level by all members of staff was evident. Please note this was all done in a low key and relaxed way that was at no point imposing. The feeling from all the staff was that you were here to relax, recharge and enjoy the location and the animals. I cannot recommend the Shambala enough and I genuinely mean this when I say will will return in the near futrue.
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Date of stay: September 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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7clifton wrote a review Oct 2022
Bristol, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We’ve been lucky enough to enjoy many excellent safaris around the world in the last 30 years but our recent experience at the Zulu Camp, Shambala must rate as one of the best.
There is always an element of luck but in all four of our drives we were treated to some magical interactions with the wildlife. A herd of elephants playing, lions eating a recently caught wildebeest, a rhinoceros and her young offspring, spotted hyenas and ‘Rocky’ a seriously hard rhino! The head warden Shaun was an amazing guide and his knowledge and enthusiasm was second to none.
The camp setting, bordered with water berry trees filled with weaver bird nests and their constant efforts was entrancing.
The staff perfect, the food excellent and whilst the gorgeous Zulu huts will be undergoing some renovations in the next few months they were still thoroughly charming and comfortable.
Did I mention the sunset cruise on one of the biggest man made dams! That was magical.
Thank you especially to Shaun, Brendan and Abram. We will be back and look forward to a fully working telescope to enjoy the night sky 😉
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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JB wrote a review Aug 2022
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Lovely place and had a nice rest - but the management lied about the boat that was broken. Pretended it broke that day but staff confirmed that it has been broken for months. They still keep on advertising the sunset cruise as part of the package even though they know it’s not working. And then calmly lie about it. When I asked why they don’t just remove it from marketing and booking - they clearly stated that they are worried clients will not book. Left a bad taste on a nice trip
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Toronto, Canada
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I was so impressed with this safari experience. Everything was fantastic; the food, the staff, the guides, and even the wildlife! Whatever you need, you'll be taken care of. Everyone talks about Kruger, but this is so much more of an intimate experience all around. I would easily stay here again!

Also, this property works with Pack with a Purpose. So bring a few extra items in your suitcase (ie. books, crayons, toothbrushes, etc.) to help local school children out. Such a fantastic program!
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Date of stay: December 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
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ilovefoodandtravel wrote a review Jan 2015
The Hague, The Netherlands
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had the pleasure to stay three nights at this place and do not regret at all this choice. The price is justified!

Arrival: We were expected and the first 25 min drive from the gate to the hotel were already beautiful. They took great care of us, offering drinks, taking care of luggage,... When arriving at the hotel we were again expected by the entire team with welcome drinks and cold towels.

The bungalow was just amazing, luxury combined with nature to perfection, outside shower, terrace, comfy bed, Molton Brown products, free mini bar and no Internet and television, just time and room for yourself.

The property itself is wonderful with a small river and lots of nature. The reception/dinner area has also some sunbeds and a small pool. No fitness but you are there to relax anyway.

The food was very good, not fine dining but fresh, tasty and home made. Just perfect for this kind of place. Same applied for breakfast. Whatever you asked for you can get it and even better they anticipate your wishes.

The best of all was the fact that we had a private (!) field guide, ready whenever you are and able to show you more than just the animals. Explanations about the nature, footsteps from animals and much more made our safaris an unforgettable experience - and yes we saw the Big Five!

Shambala is in my eyes a hidden treasure, worth to fly via JNB to go there, about 2h30 drive. We did another safari at the Western Cape afterwards, but Shambala was far better.

It's the kind of experience you remember for weeks and months every day and you dream about coming back there one day. A big thank you to the entire team!
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Date of stay: December 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from GeorgeCohen, Managing Director at Shambala Private Game Reserve
Responded 26 Jan 2015
Dear j75fr, Thank you for taking the time to review Zulu Camp at Shambala, our own piece of paradise. We are truly delighted to read that you had a wonderful time with us and thank you for such a detailed review for future travelers. Our team up at Zulu Camp love to go out of their way to make your Shambala journey one you will not soon forget and reading your review has reiterated this point. Please do let us know when you will join us again at Zulu Camp or the Saxon Hotel by sending an email to managingdirector@saxon.co.za so that we can make your next visit just as memorable. Warm Regards, George Cohen
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Ed75_Traveller wrote a review Jun 2012
London, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I chose this place for a surprise escape from Johannesburg with my girlfriend. The main criterion was distance: this is the nearest five star game reserve from Joburg and arguably the only one close enough to be reached by car. After a week going through options, it became clear this was the obvious choice unless I was prepared to spend at least £2,000 for a helicopter transfer to Kruger, or waste days with commercial flights.

Getting there would be about two hours if the road between Modimolle and Vaalwater wasn't a 30-mile-long road works site. I am sure once the works are finished it'll be super fast but as of June 2012 it took us 2:45 to go and 3:15 to get back.

Now, the hotel. This is more than a hotel: it is an experience. I can only review it by recounting it. You get to your turn off the main road and have to cross a ford, which is actually very shallow and paved but gives the illusion of stepping into a different, wild and mysterious world. On the other side, past the gate, we were greeted by two lovely young staff: the hotel manager and one of the guides. Everyone was really friendly, exceptionally competent, attentive. We were offered a bottle of Moët (not a glass each: a bottle). We ditched the hire car and were invited to jump on a special jeep for the game drive, starting right there at the gate. Days are short at this time of the year and this approach made it possible for us to enjoy the place much more. Obviously these guys know what they are doing and they should be listened to.

We got out of our city clothes and went out into the wild, still clutching the Moët. The reserve is amazing. In two hours we saw lions, rhinos, zebras, a variety of antelopes, wildebeests, etc. all the while snacking on biltong and chatting to our very knowledgeable and friendly guide.

Watching the sun set over the bushveld as we were driving to the camp was breathtaking: a moment I will treasure for the rest of my life.

Zulu Camp is a fully gated facility towards the centre of the reserve, completely safe and understatedly luxurious. Everything is genuinely African and authentic whilst the level of luxury, attention to detail, and pampering are on the same league, possibly better than some of the top hotels in the world.

The common parts are wonderful with the peaceful river, the huge fires lit at sunset, the thatched roofs, the dining tables on the deck, fireplaces everywhere, and the huge amazing pictures of wildlife on the walls.

It is more peaceful and isolated than anywhere I had ever been to. It is more romantic than most places I can think of. It is personal: only seven rooms, and only one other couple staying when we were there. Our bungalow was amazing. The thatched roof and balcony overlooking the forest were worth the journey, whilst the room as a whole was very good.

Food was excellent, on a par with some of the best London restaurants. There is no menu: the chef comes to you with suggestions and you can discuss what you would like to eat. It was awesome. Breakfast was lovely, too.

This place is indeed incredibly expensive but note that everything is included: food, wine, minibar, souvenir fleeces, game drive, etc. you will not incur any extras - unless you order a particularly expensive liquor or a spa treatment (which by the way were very reasonably priced).

We left stupidly early the following day yet both the manager and our guide came to greet us at 5 am, smiling and efficient. We then set off for the 30 minute drive back to the edge of the reserve, in the darkness, the guide looking out for lions with a huge flashlight, us two covered in blankets, holding each other in silence after one of the most memorable experiences in our lives.

I say this to anyone who wants to blow their other half away: if you can, if you are in that part of the world, go to this place. You won't regret it.
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Date of stay: June 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from GeorgeCohen, Managing Director at Shambala Private Game Reserve
Responded 08 Oct 2014
Dear Ed_75, This is truly one of the best reviews we have ever received for Zulu Camp at Shambala and I was excited to share it with my team. To hear that you had a wonderful time with us and to read the detail you put into your review of all the elements of your stay, even more so that we met every one of your expectations brings me so much joy. Our employees are dedicated to our guests and this is apparent in their personalised and attentive service which has earned them this splendid review. At Shambala, each and every one of our employees share a common objective to provide our esteemed guests with the finest service daily. Please do let us know if you ever return and email managingdirector@saxon.co.za so that we can try echo the experience you had with us recently. Warm Regards, George Cohen
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Hooggenoeg wrote a review Jan 2015
Cape Town, South Africa
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Zulu Camp is by far the best game reserve we have ever visited, and we have been at a few!

The service sets them apart, Sabele Ngidi and his team are incredible. He is well-supported by David Brandjes and the rest of the team.

Zulu Camp is leagues ahead of other resorts in terms of the facilities, starting with the Molton Brown toiletries, the towels, bedding and the mattresses. The rooms and bathrooms are lovely.

The cuisine by chef Maveer Thulsie is customised and exceptional. This is Saxon quality food - which says it all!

Dawid Prinsloo was an exceptional quality game ranger! We saw sable, rhino, buffalo, hippo, the game is exceptional.

Whereas the rates at Zulu Camp are not low- it is a bargain when compared with e competition.
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Date of stay: January 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Any room, rooms 2 and 3 are closer to the public areas, better for people who don't want to...
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Response from GeorgeCohen, Managing Director at Shambala Private Game Reserve
Responded 03 Jan 2015
Dear Gerhard13071964, Thank you for taking the time to write such a wonderful review of your recent experience at Zulu Camp at Shambala Private Game Reserve, our own piece of paradise. We are truly delighted to read that you had a memorable time with us and thank you for such a detailed review for future travelers. Our team up at Zulu Camp love to go out of their way to make your Shambala journey one you will not soon forget and reading your review has reiterated this point. Please do let us know when you will join us again at Zulu Camp or the Saxon Hotel by sending an email to managingdirector@saxon.co.za so that we can make your next visit just as memorable. Warm Regards, George Cohen
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TheVastMachine wrote a review Feb 2014
Tokyo, Japan
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The service at Zulu Camp is impeccable. The rooms are immaculate with just the right amount of space, probably the cleanest of any room I've ever stayed in in my entire life. In fact, this is the first place I've stayed in where the rooms and public spaces were nicer than what is shown in the brochures / website! The fridge is full with top brand alcohol, the bathroom with top end amenities. The foods and wines served throughout the day were uniformly delicious - though it might have been nice to have more than the biscuits served with the coffee in the AM before the rides. We went for a special occasion and had requested some special service, giving Conrad the basic outline of how we wanted things to go and he filled in the details perfectly. From a hotel experience, you really can't beat the Zulu Camp.

The rides and bush walks were informative and are set up so that it is only your group for any activity (except the elephant ride). This is a game reserve and some of the animal counts are quite low - there are only two leopards and five lions, one cheetah - so it may be difficult to see the big 5 here. There are two breeding camps as part of the reserve that have buffalo, black rhinos and other endangered species - and the reserve's sole giraffe who loves to pose for the camera. You'll definitely see plenty of antelope, rhinos, zebras, gnus and the resident hippos stick their heads up above the water quite frequently at the lake. You'll only see the elephants if you do the elephant safari ride, as all the elephants are trained elephants that are kept in a separate camp.

Note that there is no gym on the property, the pool is pretty small and the wifi only works in the public areas. The only thing that didn't really work was the art in the bathrooms, which was quite hideous actually, a view shared by my friends.

It's about 2.5 hours by car from the Johannesburg airport (or a 45 minute US$5500 helicopter ride...). All in all this was a terrific experience.
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Date of stay: October 2013
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from GeorgeCohen, Managing Director at Shambala Private Game Reserve
Responded 08 Oct 2014
Dear TheVastMachine, Thank you for taking the time to review Zulu Camp at Shambala, our own piece of paradise. We are truly delighted to read that you had a wonderful time with us and thank you for such a detailed review for future travelers. Our team up at Zulu Camp love to go out of their way to make your Shambala journey one you will not soon forget and reading your review has reiterated this point. Please do let us know when you will join us again at Zulu Camp or the Saxon Hotel by sending an email to managingdirector@saxon.co.za so that we can make your next visit just as memorable. Warm Regards, George Cohen
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Cyprusmal wrote a review Nov 2012
Catalkoy, Turkish Cyprus
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Unfortunately I did not see the previous review before visiting. Now I can only endorse the comments of Ed75. The description is accurate. This is a wonderful high class setting among natural beauty, with bushveld, plains,rivers and dam. We experienced the safaris and breakfast on a boat on the dam, watching hippos etc. Unfortunately the weather turned bad and we didn't experience the elephant back safari which is on our bucket list. The staff were excellent, the food was bespoke with an excellent chef. Conrad is on top of everything and the guides were well versed in their field. My wife and I had a wonderful experience and look forward to returning.
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Date of stay: November 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: we had room 2 which is closest to the small lake, swimming pool, pool and restaurant. Most...
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Response from GeorgeCohen, Managing Director at Shambala Private Game Reserve
Responded 08 Oct 2014
Dear Cyprusmal, Thank you for taking the time to review Zulu Camp at Shambala, our own piece of paradise. We are truly delighted to read that you had a wonderful time with us. Our team up at Zulu Camp love to go out of their way to make your Shambala journey one you will not soon forget and reading your review has reiterated this point. Please do let us know when you will join us again at Zulu Camp or the Saxon Hotel by sending an email to managingdirector@saxon.co.za so that we can make your next visit just as memorable. Warm Regards, George Cohen
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Johannesburg, South Africa2 contributions
Dear Kelly, Thank you for your enquiry. I'm afraid that given this is a very secluded location in the middle of the Waterberg region, public transport is not an option for any guest travelling to Zulu Camp. There is a self drive option and we can provide you with a detailed map, or alternatively we have a chauffeur service to the camp from the Saxon Hotel, Villas and Spa in Sandhurst. From Johannesburg is it a three hour journey. Would you like for us to send you information on Zulu Camp and the transfer details?
NewZealandPatriot wrote a tip Feb 2020
United States5 contributions11 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"CHalet 2 had an outdoor shower that overlooked the lake."
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FILI V wrote a tip Oct 2019
Boksburg, South Africa26 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"we stayed in room 2 next to the waterdam"
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snook60175 wrote a tip Sept 2019
Saint Charles, Illinois20 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"You might ask for chalet 4 or 5 or greater for some distance from the main area. But all are wonderful."
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2015gingers wrote a tip Aug 2019
White Salmon, Washington7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Amazing Views from every room, Laundry and "Ample" personal care items provided. Great Wi-Fi!"
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Cosh2 wrote a tip Apr 2019
Cardiff, United Kingdom154 contributions155 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms are good"
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
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Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
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Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
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Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
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