Today Kamaroutes is taking you to Buffelshoek & Ndzhaka, two sister-lodges located in the Manyeleti Game Reserve, which shares its unfenced borders with Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands and The Timbavati Game reserve. Migration of the wildlife between the three reserves is unhindered thus making this the perfect destination for visitors wanting to spend time in a game-rich area that is renowned for Big 5 animal sightings. Thanks to the low density of lodges, the wilderness experience is enhanced and it means that there is little to no waiting in line or jockeying for position at a sighting.
Offering an authentic bush experience, Buffelshoek achieves a balance between comfort and bushveld ambience and maintains a feeling of exclusivity with only five quaint two-sleeper thatch-roofed, canvass fronted tents with open-air en-suite bathrooms all on wooden decks. The camp is un-fenced and electricity-free, and meals are often prepared over an open fire and enjoyed in the lantern-lit dining area or under the stars in the boma. Sitting around the campfire at night is when the sounds of the African bush come alive and this is when you will truly appreciate the ambience of the camp.
Ndzhaka, means, “heritage” and with the friendly hospitality of the local staff and the thrill of being so close to wildlife and nature, the camp is a true African gem. The camp is known and loved for its rustic, no-frills ambience and maintains a feeling of exclusivity with only five two-sleeper safari tents with open-air en-suite bathrooms all on individual raised wooden decks. As the camp is electricity-free, solar or paraffin lanterns are provided for light at night. The intimate nature of the camp gives adventure travellers an ideal opportunity to meet other like-minded guests.
Included in your stay are daily sunrise and sunset safaris with a guide in an open game viewing vehicle, which ensures excellent game sightings. Whilst the morning drives allow you to experience the awakening of the African bush, the evening drives provide sightings of the elusive nocturnal creatures with a spotlight being used after dark to locate the predators. The safaris give you an up-close encounter with the Big 5, other mammals, birds and the flora of this magic part of Greater Kruger.
The friendly hospitality of the local staff is a camp speciality, enhanced by the interesting stories, interpretations and explanations of your guide. Your experience of the African bush will not get more close and personal than this!
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