The Xanatseni Private Camp is within the wildlife-rich Klaserie Private Nature Reserve of South Africa's Greater Kruger National Park. This private camp nestles within the Savanna Biome which covers 32% of the country. This biome is classified as a vegetation type which consists of both grass and a tree layer.
This safari camp is known for its dense Mopane forest which is unique to this region of the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve. An abundance of wildlife can be observed here which include the 'Big Five", namely lions, leopards, rhinos, buffaloes and elephants. This thatched, full board safari lodge accommodates guests in absolute comfort while featuring the ambience and charm of a bygone safari era.
Featuring five spacious rooms with en-suite bathrooms, guests enjoy personal service and the best of safari hospitality. Beautiful views of the camp and the surrounding bushveld can be admired. With their modern finishes, the rooms provide a beautiful place for relaxation in admits nature.
Memorable dinners are served at the boma with a which also provides the perfect setting for evening drinks or warming up with a coffee before the morning safari drive. The outdoor swimming pool offers welcoming refreshment during the hot summer days. The outdoor patio area with its adjoining bar and lounge invite guests to relax during the midday heat between the early morning and late afternoon safari drives.
The lodge's unique lookout tower, which is at the at the entrance, provides panoramic views of the surrounding bushveld and the waterhole. The safari drives are offered in open vehicles, offering travellers with the chance of encountering many wild animals including the 'Big 5' and a vast number of bird species.
A stay at this safari camp in the Greater Kruger National Park makes for unforgettable memories. After a good night's sleep in one of the lodge's comfortable rooms, guests receive a wake-up call at around 5 in the morning. Coffee, tea and rusks are served before embarking on the adventurous safari drive which returns after about 3 hours.
Upon arrival at the lodge, a delicious breakfast awaits. Following lunch at 2h00pm, guests may take part in the late afternoon safari drive which leads into the evening. After pre-dinner drinks around the fire, visitors enjoy a mouth-watering meal in a bushveld setting.
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