Mbizo Bush Camp
is ideally situated beside a series of rapids and pools near the spot where the Ngubhu and Mbizo rivers meet inside Ithala Game Reserve
Stretching along the west bank of the Mbizo river, this atmospheric camp lends itself to relaxation in the african bush or walking into the surrounding hills with the field ranger to experience animals in their natural habitat or see the rare Protea comptonii high above the camp.
Swim in the rapids and pools as The rivers in Ithala are belhazia free and sit around the fire pit in the evening and listen to the night sounds as the cares of your work a day life fade away.Mbizo Bush Camp - Ithala Game Reserve:
Situated at a point where the Thalu forms a series of rapids and wide pools on its descent to the Thalu River, the Mbizo bush camp has been built to give its occupants the best advantage of the surrounding area.
This camp accommodates eight people in two separate four bed units, each having two rooms, one with a double bed and the other two single beds.
Each unit has separate hot and cold shower and toilet facilities.
A communal braai and campfire area is situated between the two units.
The tariff includes the services of an attendant and field ranger to take guests on walks by prior arrangement. High Season:
High Season dates applicable for 2018:
6 December 2017 to 16 January 2018
20 March 2018 to 01 May 2018
15 June 2018 to 16 July 2018
09 August 2018 to 12 August 2018
21 September 2018 to 08 October 2018
Ithala is a malaria free area which makes it an ideal place to see Africa`s wildlife.
What to bring
All bush camps are fully equipped, but visitors need to bring:
- their own food
- a torch
- good walking shoes and neutral colour clothing
- insect repellent for body and clothing
- firelighters and matches
The nearest town which has a full range of services is Vryheid which is 69 kms away. Please note there is no cook in attendance.
The establishment is well run, staff always helpful and polite and the accommodation was good. The setting for the park is stunning and most of the roads were in good condition enabling good sightings of game.