The guides at MalaMala Camp have an intuitive knowledge of animal behaviour and skilled positioning of the vehicle. This means incredible wildlife sightings and unreal photographic opportunities
At Sable Camp MalaMala, wildlife safaris are the number one priority. A maximum of only six guests per safari vehicle is the norm and a flexible operation ensures guests adventures into the bush are both intimate and unforgettable.
Rattray’s Camp MalaMala beautifully combines the magic of the African bush with elegance and refinement, combining sophistication and exclusivity with unrivalled game viewing. Experience the wild heart of Africa at MalaMala Rattray’s Camp.
The Outpost Lodge is a luxury lodge located within a 26,500ha concession belonging to the Makuleke people. This Pafuri area boasts nearly 80% of the Kruger Park’s biodiversity. Two daily safaris are included in all rates at The Outpost Lodge and optional bush walks can be arranged in advance.
Nothing compares to the feeling of being in the African bush. On an early morning or late afternoon safari game drive, all your senses awaken with off-road & up-close encounters with the Big Five in their home terrain. The lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and buffalo: these icons of the African wilderness inspire a lifelong connection with Thanda Safari and Africa.
Thanda Safari Reserve is a world of wilderness and wildlife, matched with a deep commitment to Zulu culture and environmental conservation. Thanda means ‘Love’ in the local Zulu language, and Thanda Safari lives this ethos in the management of the 14 000-hectare reserve and the sustainable community partnerships.
Sheltered in a riverine forest overlooking the seasonal Nwaswitsontso river, Imbali Safari Lodge is built on the site of a 400-year-old African settlement that has yielded such evidence of an ancient culture as clay pots, bone tools and grinding stones.
Hamiltons Tented Camp is found in the Mluwati Concession in the Kruger National Park. Mluwati works to maintain the sustainability of this pristine wilderness. This concession is home to 114 reptiles, 34 amphibians and 147 mammal species, including Africa’s Big Five.
Phinda Zuka Lodge (KZN) is haracterised by hues of blue and stone, with a strong emphasis on shape and texture, Phinda Zuka Lodge's overall ambience is that of cool, coastal bush style embodying the sophistication of simplicity.
Unwind in the beautiful surrounds of the main guest area, which also includes a handsome library, and a convivial fire pit setting - perfect for pre-dinner drinks! Mealtimes are a delightful affair, with a variety of settings to indulge in the lodge’s delectable menus