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Reviewed 17 January 2019

I stayed at Ndzhaka camp for 3 nights over the Xmas period. This camp is a no frills accommodation but has everything necessary for an enjoyable safari experience. The camp was hot and arid on arrival but torrential rain during the second day caused an amazing transformation with rivers and pools of water appearing in a matter of hours. Camp attendants Charlotte and Adelaide were friendly and accommodating. Meals were basic but satisfying, water and juice are provided and a refrigerator is available in the common area for guests to use for their own beverages – it would have been useful to know this before I arrived so as to bring something for ‘sundowners’ which were otherwise restricted to bottled water. Power is only available in the common area, not in the tents, though there was plenty of room for the collection of i-phones and camera chargers. My fixed tent was well-equipped with comfortable bed and mosquito net, hot shower, toilet and vanity. A deck with chairs provided a place to relax and enjoy the bird life and nyala inhabiting the camp. The only problem was the water entered the tent during the rain that occurred one afternoon and saturated a lot of my belongings owing to window coverings being raised during the day. There was very little hanging space to allow clothing to dry without risk of getting wet during further downpours. The game drives were interesting, especially the transformation of the terrain following the rainfall. We were lucky to see the big 5 on the first evening drive and also encountered a pack of wild dogs. Subsequent game drives were less productive due to rain, with spectacular thunder and lightning shows. Off-road travel was restricted over the next 2 days owing to the risk of being bogged making close encounters difficult. We were also without a tracker who was unwell and not able to be replaced, and as such our driver Prince had to fill both roles which seemed to create added stress, though he did an adequate job and made use of contact with other vehicles to find the wildlife. Watching hyenas chasing wild dogs whilst a group of vultures swarmed on the prey was quite interesting. Overall, this is a comfortable and cost effective safari experience that would suit those enjoying a safari for their first time and who prefer a more down to earth experience without the need for unnecessary extras and luxuries offered by some of the other lodges and camps.

Date of stay: December 2018
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Reviewed 16 August 2018

We spent two nights here and had the time of our life.First of all the staff is amazing. The "Mama's" take very good care of us with excellent food through the day. P:rince and Funny were our guides in the bush and did a fantastic job at showing us all the beautiful creatures of the wild here. Our kids loved every second of it and we were sad to leave.

Date of stay: August 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 20 January 2018

We stayed 2 nights together we our 10-year old son. What a wonderful experience. Nothing fancy but very good and so authentic. A very small tented camp in the middle of the bush surrounded by beautiful birds and tricky monkeys. No electricity, very comfortable tents each with their private bathroom. You can enjoy nature while drinking your tea and reading a book on the nice terrace under the big tree. Lots of food, simply but very tasty. Prince, our ranger is a wonderful guide who shared his knowledge and passion for nature. He is also an exceptional tracker and took us to see a big pride of lions having their meal chased by another pride of more than 10 lions while having the hyenas watching over. He took us to see cheetahs, leopards and even a big family of hyenas at early wake up. We had the privilege of being the only guests during our stay and had the wonderful staff taking good care of us. We really enjoyed our stay and would certainly go back to enjoy the quietness and nature experience of the tented camp and of course having Prince, our King, as ranger.

Date of stay: December 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Date of stay: March 2020
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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