nDzuti Safari Camp
sits at the foot of a massive rocky outcrop jutting out of the surrounding Maseke Game Reserve – Greater Kruger Park. The camp offers a choice of tented accommodation in four permanent luxury en-suite tents, complete with doors and curtains, or two roomed thatched chalets with air conditioning and king size beds under mosquito nets.
The well-established garden and pool area have a clear view over a waterhole in the front which as many animals coming to drink and elephants that play and swim.
The four chalets are well-spaced in the shady gardens. They have a patio that leads into a central lounge with a bedroom off either side. The bathrooms have both showers and baths in a bright airy space.
The recently added four luxury safari tents are erected on a solid base with a canvas bedroom, bathroom under canvas at the rear and shaded patio off the front with easy chairs and a hammock.
We provide morning and afternoon game drives in open safari vehicles with enthusiastic rangers on an 8000 ha area where all the Kruger wildlife species can be seen.
Accommodation at nDzutsi Safari Camp:
We have four large luxury tents. Through a door off the canvas bedroom, the bathroom has a separate toilet cubicle, large shower with twin roses and a vanity with his and hers basins. The beds can be a choice of twin 3/4 size, or queen or king sized beds. The bedroom has a fan and bedside tables and lamps, a small book shelf or a writers desk make up the furniture in the bedroom.
Through the door on the shaded patio are easy chairs a hammock and tables. The view over the waterhole makes it worth spending much time relaxing here.
nDzuti Safari Camp Activities:
The morning game drive typically leaves camp at first light and after a hot drink and light breakfast at the fire side or on the deck. The morning drive is a leisurely affair and we don’t race between big 5 sightings. We explore and interpret as we go and while doing this we often do encounter the big exciting ones. Along the way we stop and stretch our legs over tea and cookies and fresh fruit. After a three hour outing, we head back to camp for jugs of iced juice and a cooked breakfast.
The time between drives spent relaxing in camp has lots of birding opportunities and the waterhole can be busy with wildlife coming to drink.
The afternoon drive is slightly shorter and also stops at sunset for “sundowners” and then takes in some night viewing by spot light.
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Clothing & Accessories:
Bring dull coloured clothing if possible.
Binoculars will make your safari far more enjoyable.
Sunblock and sunhat (that wont blow off in the open vehicle).
Health & Climate:
This area is a malaria risk and prophylactics can be taken if you deem it necessary. Some seasons are more risky than others so it is hard to say for sure.