Tanda Tula Safari Camp

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Tanda Tula Safari Camp is positioned amongst enormous trees on the banks of the Nhlaralumi Riverbed, in the heart of Big Five country.

Visitors are welcomed into this picturesque camp which exudes “elegance with African roots”. Tanda Tula Safari Camp is owned and run by Don and Nina Scott, together with their incredible team of staff. Guests are immediately captivated by the down-to-earth atmosphere of this family home, as well as the charm and warmth of the people that live and work here.

The camp is completely unfenced merging luxury with the natural environment.

The tented camp consists of  just 12 secluded, luxury tents, each with a breathtaking view over the riverbed.  The East African styled tents are the epitome of simple luxury, comfort and style mirroring the early tented camps of Africa. Each luxurious tent features its own en-suite bathroom, Victorian bathtub, outdoor shower and a spacious deck overlooking the riverbed and African bush.

Lodge Details

›    12 luxury tented suites with en suite bathrooms with private decks overlooking riverbed and African bush
›    Family tents can be set up to accommodate 2 adults and 2 children sharing
›    Main lounge overlooking the riverbed and bushveld
›    Swimming pool overlooking the watering hole
›    Bird hide nestled under the trees on the banks of the watering hole
›    There is complimentary internet & WIFI coverage in the main lounge area
›    Electricity & power are available with 220V. Converters are supplied in each tent.
›    There is limited cell phone coverage, we encourage our guests to keep their phones on silent throughout their stay
›    Children are welcome from 8 years and older
›    In order to minimise impact on the environment, as directed by SANParks we allow up to 8 people per game vehicle

Click on ‘Enquire Online’ above to enquire about our safari camp and to make a reservation. Alternatively contact our reservations on reservations@tandatula.com or +27 (0)15 793 3191. Tanda Tula, “To Love the Quiet”