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Restaurants

Dining at the nDzuti Safari Camp

Outdoor meals are the order of the day and may take place beneath the shade of the large trees found on the well-kept lawn or in the central entertainment area adjacent to the refreshing swimming pool.  A thatched bar leads onto a spacious deck and boma where evening meals are shared around the twinkling fire.

Guests staying at the nDzuti Safari Camp can also request picnics and bush dinners which provides them with the opportunity to spend as much time as possible in their search for exciting game encounters.

Activities, Sports & Leisure

Swimming

With a safari experience comes hot and lazy summer days and a small swimming pool is available at the nDzuti Safari Camp to help provide guests with some relief as they take in the African sun.

Watering hole lookout

The animals in and around the nDzuti Safari Camp, Klaserie Nature Reserve, traverse between feeding and breeding grounds. The nDzuti watering hole is the drinking hole for herds of elephants as well as a variety of other wildlife, big and small, and the lookout provides unobstructed viewing of the local game in their glory.

Game drives

Light density vehicles provide the perfect medium from which guests who are staying at the nDzuti Safari Camp in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve from which exclusive game sightings including the 'Big 5' and the River Pride of lions – a resident pride which lives in the nDzuti territory, can be admired.

Bird watching

Bird enthusiasts at the Dzuti Safari Camp, South Africa, won’t be disappointed as they sight large herons and storks, bee-eaters and kestrels. The well-experienced rangers know the hunting sites and nesting grounds for birds of prey and will ensure that game drives include sightings of these particular places.

Facilities

Day Itinerary

A typical day at the nDzuti Safari Camp

Below is an outline of a typical day while on safari, the schedule can be tailored to fit guests’ needs.

The below is merely a guideline:

  • 05h00 Wake-up call
  • 05h30 Coffee and a light breakfast
  • 06h00 Depart on morning game walk or game drive
  • 09h00 to 10h00 Return to camp11h00 – Brunch
  • 15h00 Tea and a light lunch
  • 16h00 Depart on afternoon game drive and night drive
  • 19h00 to 20h00 Return to camp and drinks at the bar
  • 20h00 Dinner inside or around the campfire.

Services

Check in and Check Out Times
  • Check in: 14:00
  • Check out: 10:00
General Services
  • Airport transfers
  • Braai & Barbeque
  • Concierge services
  • Housekeeping service
  • Safari drives
  • Tours & Transfers on Request
  • Walking safaris
Malaria Status and Animals
  • Being home to the 'Big Five' (lions, rhinos, leopards, buffaloes, elephants), this safari camp in the Greater Kruger National Park of South Africa does fall within a malaria area, and precautions do need to be taken when visiting this region.

    The Klaserie region is a low-risk malaria zone. It is best to consult your local  Doctor for advice. The type of medication needed for the Kruger area is Malarone,  Doxycycline or Mefloquine. Mosquitos are more prevalent in the wet season. Therefore, mosquito repellent and creams are essential preventative measures.

    During the dry season, the vegetation is sparse, and wildlife congregates around watering holes. During the wet season, the vegetation is dense, and wildlife is more dispersed.  Expect to see the Big Five over the course of a 2-3 night stay. There is a resident pride of lions called the River Pride that is often spotted close to the banks of the Klaserie River.

    Also, to the Big Five animals that are regularly sighted include giraffe, zebra, warthog, spotted hyena, baboon, hippo, impala, kudu, vervet monkey,   waterbuck,   wildebeest,   bushbaby, mongoose, duiker, and steenbok. 

    You might also see wild dog,  cheetah, badger, porcupine, aardvark, civet, caracal, and serval. Birds that are regularly seen are vultures, owls, bee-eaters, rollers, eagles, bustards, hornbills, starlings and strikes.

     

Children Policy
    • Children under the age of six years old can only be accommodated at the nDzuti Safari Camp when the whole camp is booked.  
    • Children over 12 pay full adult rates.

Available Rooms

Luxury Suite

# Rooms:
4

With just four en-suite rooms all leading into the main area that houses the lounge and dining area, the nDzuti Safari Camp in the Greater Kruger National Park sleeps a total of eight guests is intimate-safari-camp accommodation.

Stable doors lead in from the gorgeous gardens and the rooms offer large, low windows and uncluttered interiors.  The rooms are air-conditioned, have ceiling fans and an en-suite bathroom with shower, vanity and basin.

Room features:

  • Air conditioning
  • Working table
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Ceiling fans
  • Screened windows.
Single Room R8280
Double Room R11030
 

GPS Co-Ordinates

Latitude: -24.203608

Longitude: 31.205981

Directions

Directions to the nDutzi Safari Camp from Johannesburg/Pretoria:

Take the N12 or N4 highway to Witbank / eMalahleni (from Johannesburg Airport, follow signs to Boksburg to find the N12).
Follow the N4 highway past Middleburg (Toll Plaza), Belfast and Machadodorp (Toll Plaza).
Follow the Schoemanskloof option on the N4 and then take the R36 to Lydenburg/Mashishing.
Follow the R36 to Ohrigstad, go through the Strydom Tunnel and take the R527 to Hoedspruit.
Turn right onto the R40 towards Klaserie, and continue along this road until you see the turning off to the left for Eastgate Airport.
Turn left here and after 300m, you will go through a control gate and then head directly for the Timbavati Game Reserve Gate.
17km later look out for Bush Pub & Inn on your left and Josmacs Bush Pub on your right-hand side.
In front of you now will be the new Timbavati Gate (Enkhulu Gate).
Stop at Enkulu Gate and explain you are going to Klaserie Game Reserve via Incheni Gate.
Go through the gate and immediately turn left then right to travel 4 km towards Incheni Gate.
Once at Incheni Gate sign in at the gate and confirm that your destination is nDzuti Safari Camp.
Travel 12.7 km to the top of the ridge with the cell phone tower.
Turn right at the tower. Travel 3.5 km and then turn left at the sign for Camp George and nDzuti.
Travel 1.7 km to sign for Managers residence and turn right.
Travel for 1.3 km to the next Managers Residence sign and turn right again.
At the last Managers, residence sign goes straight, and nDzuti Safari Camp is in the valley.
PLEASE NOTE: On some signposts/maps, Belfast MAY also be referred to eMakhazeni.

Directions to the nDutzi Safari Camp from Hazyview:
Follow the R40 towards Klaserie & Hoedspruit and about 6 km before you reach Hoedspruit itself, turn right at the signboard towards Eastgate Airport/Thornybush Reserve/Timbavati Reserve (Argyle Road).
After 300m, you will go through a control gate and then head directly for the Timbavati Game Reserve Gate.
17km later look out for Bush Pub & Inn on your left and Josmacs Bush Pub on your right-hand side.
In front of you now will be the new Timbavati Gate (Enkhulu Gate).
Stop at Enkulu Gate and explain you are going to Klaserie Game Reserve via Incheni Gate.
Go through the gate and immediately turn left then right to travel 4 km towards Incheni Gate.
Once at Incheni Gate sign in at the gate and confirm that your destination is nDzuti Safari Camp.
Travel 12.7 km to the top of the ridge with the cell phone tower.
Turn right at the tower.
Travel 3.5 km and then turn left at the sign for Camp George and nDzuti.
Travel 1.7 km to sign for Managers residence and turn right.
Travel for 1.3 km to the next Managers Residence sign and turn right again.
At the last Managers, residence sign goes straight, and nDzuti Safari Camp is in the valley.

Parking

On site parking facilities are provided for guests.

Star Rating

4 Star