This week we shine the spotlight on Tanda Tula Safari Camp located in the private game reserve, Timbavati bordering the Greater Kruger National Park.
Tanda Tula is a very special tented safari camp in the Timbavati region of South Africa. It has just 12 luxury canvas tents spread out across beautiful landscape to ensure privacy for all guests. Live closely with nature, hear all the sounds at night as you close your eyes and drift off in your dreams of Africa.
Your rooms are spacious with comfortable beds, a lounge for lazing away the afternoon before your game drive or bush walk and ensuite bathroom with outdoor shower which is a typical Africa thing, and a real treat!
As an owner run camp (say hi to Nina and Don!), you can expect personal service, friendly smiles and an intimate setting. It’s the personal touches that make it special. In winter you’ll get heated blankets, hot water bottles, hot chocolates and other treats to keep you warm! In summer, there’s a swimming pool that helps take the heat out of the day and you can order a drink to be delivered pool side!
Food here is equally impressive and Ryan the chef will amaze you every day with fabulous creations served around the camp fire each night. Savour bush breakfasts, private picnics and the sundowner drinks and snacks.
Activities are made all the more special thanks to the fantastic guide and tracking team at Tanda Tula. With two staff per vehicle, you’re guaranteed the very best wildlife experience. Say hi to Forman, Jack, Civ, Scotch, Isaac, Martin and Jeffrey to name a few of the team! They will take you on 4×4 game drives in open sided vehicles, bush walks and set up a star bed if you dare sleep out under the stars in a treehouse style setting!
We have a great South Africa Safari Special that is available for travel October this year to April 2013. 14 days exploring cosmopolitan Cape Town, mountainous Cape Winelands, Big Five classic safari at Tanda Tula and 4 nights at Victoria Falls. AND, 4 nights are free along the way! More on the special here.
Visit our Tanda Tula page.
Or email Danica today to find out more and plan an itinerary incorporating Tanda Tula.