The Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp, the Place of the Giant Eagle Owl, is situated within the 12010 hectares malaria-free Mabula Private Game Reserve in the Waterberg, Limpopo Province, South Africa.
The Kwafubesi camp is an intimate tented safari camp in Mabula which offers guests an unforgettable, romantic bush experience with five en-suite tents and thatched hospitality overlooking an open Mabula plain.
Oil lamps set the mood for an authentic African safari with personalised ranger service and camp attendants at the Camp. The Camp features five safari tents which can accommodate a maximum of ten guests.
This Safari Camp offers an authentic African safari where a group can take over the entire lodge. The camp provides an ideal conference set-up for ten& conference delegates in an open-air boma. Conference equipment and services which are available include a flip chart, pinboard, display area and photocopying service.
Meals are available in the romantic dining area in the lap. For special occasions, bush dinners can be enjoyed by combining delicious meals with the tranquillity and captivating scenic beauty of the surrounding African bushveld.
This Reserve, located in South Africa's Limpopo Province, offers travellers a one of a kind experience with the most exceptional scenic landscape, a fascinating cultural heritage, an abundance of wildlife species and many nature-based tourism opportunities.
Vaalwater is the central village of the Waterberg area, the heart of the Bushveld region. The Waterberg region is South Africa's best keep secret in regards to its wildlife viewing. Its rugged beauty, together with its diversity of plant and animal life, has led to the development of several exciting eco-tourism projects such as the biosphere reserve, the Waterberg Nature Conservancy - the amalgamation of conservation areas to protect more than 155 000 hectares of the Waterberg-habitat.
The Mountain range in this area includes; includes many rivers, streams and swamps, stretches for 151 kilometres in a long arc from Thabazimbi in the West, Nylstroom in the centre to Potgietersrus in the East, South Africa. Apart from the spectacular scenery of the mountains themselves, there are many game sanctuaries, nature reserves and farms.
The 74 mammal species include the big game such as elephant, lion, white and black rhino, hippo, leopard and buffalo. African python and the Nile crocodile are also resident, and it is a birdwatchers' paradise with more than 310 bird species.