The Ndzhaka Tented Camp offers rustic self-catering accommodation to wildlife enthusiasts in the heart of the pristine Manyeleti Game Reserve.
Ndzhaka Tented Camp unfenced borders with the Kruger National Park, the Sabi Sands as well as the Timbavati Private Nature Reserves, guests enjoy unforgettable encounters with Africa's untamed animals in their natural habitat which include the 'Big Five'.
This Ndzhaka tented camp adjacent to the Kruger National Park can be accessed by car for self-drive travellers. Transfers to and from the airports can be arranged.
The Ndzhaka Camp features only five safari tents each of which can accommodate two guests ensuring a private, personal and tranquil safari experience. The tents feature en-suite bathrooms and are set on the individual, stand-alone raised wooden decks. Linen, bedding as well as towels are provided at this camp.
This self-catering camp has no electricity and has no fences which makes one feel at one with nature to experience a memorable safari stay. Solar or paraffin lanterns are available for a light at night. The dining and campfire facilities, as well as the kitchen, are communal.
The communal kitchen offers necessary cooking facilities which include a fridge, gas stove, freezer, as well as crockery, pots and cutlery. The staff is on-site to assist guests during their stay. The African style, thatched dining venue at the camp offers chairs and a table with an open braai pit. The viewing deck, which is under a giant hackberry tree, serves as a breeding place for hooded vultures who have their nests here.
Guests may use their car to explore the bushveld and drive on the main gravel roads. These gravel roads are about 75 km in extent and are in decent condition to drive on in a small vehicle. The two-track roads in reserve are used by the safari drive vehicles of the reserve's camps and lodges.
Guided safari drives are available and can be booked during which travellers enjoy close encounters with the 'Big 5' and other animals who are home in this area of South Africa. The game rangers share their in-depth knowledge of the local wildlife, flora and fauna.
This no-thrills adventure camp lies hidden in the dense riverine forest on the banks of the seasonal N’waswitsontso riverbed. Situated in proximity to the main dam of the reserve, guests enjoy viewing the herds of elephants and buffaloes.
An abundance of wildlife surrounds the camp as animals move to and from the dam to quench their thirst. Besides nyalas, the big game is also often seen in the thick bush surrounding the camp.