Shindzela Tented Camp is Beautifully located on the banks of a dry Timbavati riverbed and facing a small waterhole for animals, safari tents either provide twin or double beds (queen beds or single beds). Built on wooden decks, guests are accommodated under thatch roofs with each tent has en-suite bathrooms with shower, toilet and hand basin.
In the eight tents, a total of only sixteen guests can be accommodated ensuring a private and exclusive wildlife experience. The property enjoys a prime location within the Timbavati part of the extended Kruger Park. The camp Offers an affordable wildlife safari in an unbeatable wildlife destination of Africa; guests explore the wilderness during their safari drives in open safari vehicles as well as during the thrilling walking safaris.
Offering an informal and relaxed atmosphere combined with warm African hospitality, Shindzela makes use of solar-powered lights and gas geysers for hot showers which make for an authentic African safari experience. The boma dining and lounge area, as well as the fireplace, provide an ideal place where guests may relive their exciting safari experiences. Enjoy the tranquillity and unique sounds of the surrounding nature, the lodge is undisturbed by modern conveniences such as television. From the outdoor swimming pool, one can observe the waterhole where animals come and go throughout the day to quench their thirst.
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The safari drives and bush walks are accompanied by professional game rangers who share their in-depth knowledge of the region's complex ecosystem with the visitors. The lodge's wildlife encounters emphasise the understanding of this untamed environment while viewing and tracking animals in their natural surroundings. The safari activities begin at dawn, during sunrise and guests return to the camp mid-morning where the delicious breakfast awaits. After lunch and spending some quiet relaxation time at the camp, guests may embark on the afternoon safari. Depending on the animal movements in this region, the game rangers may suggest a short walk or safari drive which is followed by refreshing sundowners and a night safari safari drive.