The Mulati Safari Camp is in the Limpopo Province of South Africa near Hoedspruit forming part of the Greater Kruger National Park. Set on the banks of a buffalo and rhino waterhole which is fed by the river, the camp nestles under magnificent Marula, Jackalberry and Leadwood trees making for an authentic African safari setting.
Home to a diverse biosphere which ranges from low laying floodplains to mountainous terrain, this tented camp lies within the 2200 hectare Cottondale Game Farm bordering the Murchison mountain range. The tented campsite, which is set among the bushveld, features Luxury Tents each of which can accommodate four guests. The tents provide their own, private bathrooms and feature one double and two single beds.
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The Mulati camp offers an outdoor swimming pool as well as a dining and kitchen area where a refrigerator and other kitchen appliances are available. Guests may enjoy a delicious and traditional braai for dinner and admire the bright, star-studded sky from the boma. Daytime camp staff is possible to ensure a most pleasant and enjoyable stay.
Visitors have the opportunity to experience exciting overnight safari hikes as well as thrilling early morning and evening safari drives through the service while breath-taking stargazing under the starlit African sky awaits during the night. The guided safari drives are accompanied by experienced, professional rangers or trackers to provide guests with the best wildlife experience with up-close animal encounters.
During the safari drives and walking safaris, encounters with rhinos, giraffes, zebras, sable, buffaloes, Livingstone eland, kudus and nyalas are possible. Furthermore, this safari camp is part of the Limpopo Birding Route and is popular among enthusiastic bird watchers and photographers. Archaeologists are amazed by the camp’s excellent ruins sites.