Home to the "Big Five" and situated in one of South Africa's best wildlife viewing destinations Sabi Sands, the Djuma Game Reserve is home to two lodges, namely the Vuyatela Lodge and the Galago Camp.
Beautifully set within the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, which is part of the Greater Kruger National Park, guests have the opportunity to explore the magnificent wilderness with its abundance of wildlife during the guided safari drives as well as during the exciting walking safaris.
Self-catering & sole use camp
The camp is an exclusive, private camp, self-catered and fully serviced. All food and beverage requirements should be supplied by the guests.
The five suites at Vuyatela feature the traditional African kaya - style. A large teak deck separates the private lounge from the bedroom. Beautiful glass doors open the bedroom to the surrounding nature. Guests have ensured a comfortable sleep in the four-poster king-size beds.
Luxurious spa baths, as well as outdoor showers, complete the luxury of the suites. The chalets provide their decks from where passing wildlife can be admired while relaxing with a refreshing beverage.
Modern luxury is lovingly combined with traditional African culture. With the main building opening onto the outdoor decks which overlook the existing watering hole, a real indoor-outdoor atmosphere is created. It is here where one can often admire elephants taking their mud baths and watch the resident herd of hippos.
Unique is the specially designed, suspended tower for bird-watching. It is built into the trees which surround the main building offering guests an ideal observation location. The traditional boma invites for memorable evenings by the fire, a perfect spot for socialising and enjoying drinks.
Guests have access to the gym as well as to the relaxation room. In the library wireless Internet is available, and an extensive collection of wildlife and nature books.
The untamed surroundings of Game Reserve in Sabi Sands are best explored on the guided morning and afternoon safari drives. With its more than 7000 hectares of exclusive traversing safari territory, guests have the unique opportunity to encounter Africa's wildlife in its natural habitat including the 'Big Five': lions, elephants, leopards, rhinos and buffaloes.
Visitors may set off during sunrise when the African bush awakens. Professional game rangers and trackers pass their in-depth knowledge of the local flora and fauna on to travellers making for an informative and exciting wildlife experience. During the bush walks, guests can take a walk on the wild side with their Ranger, track animals & identify the smaller creatures which live here.