The Honeyguide Ranger Camp offers safari enthusiasts access over 22 000 hectares of malaria-free bushveld.
Thrilling wildlife experiences, including the sighting of the "Big 5" including lions, rhinos, leopards, buffaloes and elephants, make for an unforgettable experience. Set in the Entabeni Game Reserve of South Africa's scenic Waterberg region.
Thirteen luxury rooms built on the canvas are on wooden decks. These safari tents are elevated above the ground and provide private bathrooms and open-air showers. The tents either provide a double bed or two single beds, two of the tents are suites/family rooms).
Honeyguide Ranger Camp Bird watching is a rewarding experience while stargazing and delicious cuisine also awaits travellers at this tented safari camp. With five different ecosystems within one game reserve, wildlife viewing, a great variety of wildlife and beautiful scenery promise an amazing safari holiday.
Professional guides conduct safaris in open wildlife viewing vehicles during the early mornings and late afternoons. The traditional late afternoon/evening safari drives include refreshing sunset drinks from where magnificent views of the Yellowwood Gorge can be admired.
It is here where the road twists down the escarpment between forests, cliffs and waterfalls. Night safari drives can also book and requested during a stay at the Ranger Camp.
Delicious cuisine awaits guests at the Camp which include, amongst others, the lovely morning breakfasts, the picnic lunches, the refreshing sundowners which are in the bushveld as well as the authentic boma dinners under the star-studded skies.
Kids under the age of 12 pay 50% of the adult rate, children under the age of 2 are free of charge. Children under the age of 16 are not permitted on the walking safaris for safety reasons, but there are shorter guided tours around the circumference of the camp for them.
The Mantobeni and Khoka Moya are in the Manyeleti Game Reserve bordering the Kruger National Park, Timbavati and Sabi Sands Reserve. The Honeyguide Ranger Camp is within the Entabeni Safari Conservancy and forms part of the World Heritage “Waterberg Biosphere” of the Waterberg region.