South Africa’s Tanda Tula Safari Camp (‘to love the quiet’) is situated in the heart of the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, forming part of the Greater Kruger National Park. As one of South Africa’s most luxurious tented bushveld lodges, guests can expect an unforgettable experience in game viewing, warm hospitality and award-winning cuisine. Consisting of 12 luxurious tents, Tanda Tula Safari Camp exudes elegance and combines comfort and style with African roots. The open plan lodge, which is completely unfenced, merges luxury with the natural environment.
Tanda Tula Safari Camp is sanctuary to Africa’s Big Five, with approximately 50,000 acres of wilderness and undisturbed biodiversity. As there are no fences between the Timbavati and Kruger National Park, game are able to roam freely between the two, offering guests an incredible African wildlife experience.
Tanda Tula has highly skilled ranger and tracker teams to guide guests in the early mornings and evenings, in open Land Rovers or on foot. Tanda Tula Safari Camp is also proud to be the first in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve to offer a unique, Overnight Walking Safari experience.
Tanda Tula is the oldest safari camp in the Timbavati. Steeped in history, its roots go back many generations linking conservation and the Shangaan culture. The Timbavati is also home to the very rare white lions, which some very lucky guests recently spotted.
We’ll be visiting again in December and will bring you the latest from this wonderful camp!Photos and facts courtesy Tanda Thula