NDzuti Safari Camp | Kruger National Park Bed & Breakfast Accommodation
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NDzuti Safari Camp is situated in The Maseke Game Reserve which is part of the Greater Kruger National Park, a diverse area with lovely views from rocky outcrops, Olifants River frontage, and deep red soils supporting tall trees and grass.
The safari camp offers accommodation in 4 brick and thatched chalets. Each chalet comprises 2 bedrooms, each with a queen-size bed, a mosquito net, air-conditioning, and an en-suite bathroom. Each bathroom has a shower and a bath. Each chalet has a covered porch leading into the central lounge through French doors. Off either side of the central lounge area are the bedrooms.
Meals are served at the pool or in the pavilion with a view. A fire in the boma is lit in the evenings for pre-dinner drinks. A morning leisurely game drive leaves camp at first light after a light breakfast and a morning coffee. Along the way, guests stop off for tea and cookies, then head back to camp for a late cooked breakfast. Between morning and afternoon game drives, guests can relax at the camp, or around the pool watching the game come down to drink. Afternoon game drives leave camp when the heat of the day cools off. Guests stop to watch the sunset with an evening drink, and then continue by the light of a spotlight in search of elusive nocturnal animals. After dinner, retire to the spacious chalets.
The gardens are well established and the swimming pool area looks out over the waterhole. Wildlife abounds and the game have free movement over the 8000-hectare reserve and into the national park and surrounding private parks. Elephant and giraffe are a common sight, and a resident lion pride keeps visitors thrilled.
The tents have ceiling fans and the choice of a twin bed or king-size beds. There are a separate toilet cubicle, a shower and twin basins. The patio off the front of the tent has comfortable seating and shade for sitting and watching wild animals.
Each chalet comprises 2 bedrooms, each with a queen-size bed, a mosquito net, air-conditioning, and an en-suite bathroom. Each bathroom has a shower and a bath. Each chalet has a covered porch leading into the central lounge through French doors. Off either side of the central lounge area are the bedrooms.
Local area description
Maseke Game Reserve has caused great excitement in conservation circles specifically in the Kruger area. The Maseke community claimed this area of 8000 ha of big game area. The land was zoned for conservation and joined with the neighboring Associated Private Nature Reserves as well as The Greater Kruger Park. Then the community leased the land to SN Wildlife who called on preferred operators to open the area to selective tourism.