Featuring four explorer tents, the camp’s philosophy and practices are similar to those of the early explorer camps of Africa. Tanda Tula Field Camp is set up and taken down for each exclusive use safari and the locations will vary throughout the year depending on the seasons and game activities. With a private guide, chef, camp host and dedicated camp staff, activities can be arranged on a whim, and game walks and drives may be as long or as short as you choose. Intimate experiences await.
Field Camp Details
4 explorer tents configured to suit each individual group of travelers, with a maximum of 8 guests.
Each tent has its own outdoor bathroom with hot water bucket shower, eco loo and amenities.
This is an exclusive-use camp and as such it is pitched and set-up based on the requirements of each booking, ensuring low impact on the environment.
Open to the environment, Tanda Tula Field Camp allows you the opportunity to get up close to nature.
The camp features an elegant mess tent with a full field bar and campaign styled furnishings.
There is no electricity. The camp features oil and solar lanterns.
There is limited cell phone coverage, and we encourage our guests to keep their phones on silent throughout their stay.
There is no swimming pool as this is a non-permanent field camp.
WEATHER AND WHAT TO PACK
Summer and winter months vary in temperature, and as with Tanda Tula Safari Camp we recommend guests tailor their clothing to suit the seasons:
Summer (from 01 October to 30 April): With temperatures ranging from 25°C to 40°C, pack shorts, T-shirts, swimming costumes, long trousers and a light jersey or fleece.
Winter (From 01 May to 30 September: With temperatures ranging from 15°C to 25°C, pack long trousers and long-sleeved t-shirts/shirts, a fleece, warm jacket, beanie, scarf, warm shoes and warm pyjamas.
The field camp operates from the 1st of March to the 30th of September annually.
A minimum stay of 3 nights is required for all bookings.
Guests must be walking fit and should be able to manage a 10 mile walk.
Children 14 years and older are welcome.