Honeyguide Khoka Moya Tented Safari Camp | Kruger National Park Tented Camp Accommodation
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Honeyguide Khoka Moya is a tented safari camp located in the Manyeleti Game Reserve which is adjacent to the Kruger National Park. Experience the African bush and its diverse wildlife during the game drives in open-air vehicles where you can spot the Big 5 and guided walks, all supervised by qualified and experienced guides and trackers.
Khoka Moya Camp is situated on both sides of a river bed, offering an authentic African experience without sacrificing luxury, safety or comfort. Guests are welcomed at the large, colourful lounge and dining areas of the camp overlooking the green lawns which lead to our swimming pool.
Each of the 15 large tents are furnished in a comfortable, contemporary style. Each tent has a king-size beds which can be converted to twin single beds, and a large sized day bed. The tents are en-suite with double showers, his-and-hers basins and a separate toilet.
Khoka Moya Camp welcomes children of all ages. The tents measure 60 square metres and can comfortably accommodate families of 4, all protected with mosquito nets. Babysitting can be arranged at Khoka Moya Camp, provided advanced notice is given for the necessary arrangements to be made.
Food at the camp is a highlight, and is a communal affair, usually served outdoors at a long table, with log fires and torches to create a really authentic bush feel. Simple homemade dishes, using predominantly local produce, are plentiful and exquisitely presented. At Khoka Moya there is also an extensive climate controlled wine cellar and a bar.
Each of the 15 large, free-standing tents has a canopied king-size bed that can be converted to twin single beds with cotton sheets, down duvets and mosquito nets, a large sofa, a writing desk, a fan, and an outside deck for relaxation. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom with a sunken concrete bath, double shower, his-and-hers basins and a separate toilet.
Local area description
Guests are taken on game drives in open game viewing vehicles in the early morning and late afternoon/evening. Late afternoon and evening drives include sunset drinks, views over the Mohwareng Hills, and glimpses of nocturnal creatures. Larger game frequently sighted in the reserve includes elephant, rhino, lion and hippo. In between meals and drives, watch the game and bird life pass by while relaxing by the pool or take a walking safari through the deep bush, accompanied by an experienced, armed ranger; it can be hot work, but it’s very exciting – seeing the animals from a vehicle just doesn’t seem to compare. Group tours are available to the nearby village of Welverdiend, where guests will learn about the relationship between traditional and contemporary living.