We staid here for 2 nights and when we had to leave we wished we would have booked a few days more. We were picked up by driver Richard at the border post and reached the camp after a 45-50 minutes drive through the Mashatu wilderness, which was already an experience. Each couple/group arriving gets assigned a driver who will be your guide and contact person throughout your stay. The tents are tucked away between the trees and as such one with nature but provided with every comfort. The food, from early morning breakfast, brunch and high tea through dinner, is excellent.
We had our best game drives ever here thanks to our driver Richard who shared his many years of experience with us and managed each time to get the car in the best possible position for taking pictures. All staff is very friendly and helpful and the atmosphere is such that you easily get into conversation with the other guests.
A place to come back to!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Although safari rustic in character every facility is provided. The tents are insect-proofed, have comfortable beds and each has an en-suite shower and W.C. Facility. There is an open sided thatch deck where meals are served and a traditional boma for intimate campfire dinners. This camp also contains a very welcome plunge pool and hide from where guests can spend their time between safaris. ... more less