• Manyeleti Game Reserve

     
    Manyeleti means “Place of the stars” in the local language.
    It truly is a unique safari destination well off the beaten path. You can be certain not to encounter big tour groups travelling around in busses, but rather expect a pristine bush experience in one of the world's most beautiful places.
    This 23,000 hectate private game reserve borders directly to the vast Kurger National Park, as well as the famous Sabi Sands and Timbavati Game Reserves. It is is situated on the eastern side of Kruger NP, perched between the Sabi Sands and Timbavati.
    As such, you can be absolutely sure to only experience the best game viewing possible.
    As there are no fences between the national park and the private game reserves, wildlife is able to roam freely. Manyeleti is prime “Big Five” territory, offering exceptional gooed possibilities for viewing the elusive leopard. Other Big Five animals (lion, rhino, buffalo and elephant) are also often spotted on a very regular basis. Furthermore, with more than 300 bird species present in the area, Manyeleti makes a great safari destination for wildlife enthusiasts, photographers and bird watchers alike.

  • Luxury Camp

    A luxury camp situated on both sides of a riverbed offering an authentic environmentally pleasing African bush experience without sacrificing the luxury safety or comfort.

     

    The 15 tents are furnished in a contemporary minimalistic style with an en-suite bathroom.

    The 60 square metres tent can comfortably accommodate a family of 4, all protected by a mosquito net. The camp is very child friendly with kids’ activities including full game drives, junior tracking and more. It is the perfect place for a family vacation.

     

  • True African experience

    Offering an authentic bush experience, our two camps achieves a balance between comfort and bushveld ambience and maintains a feeling of exclusivity with only few canvass fronted tents with open-air en-suite bathrooms all on wooden decks. No heating in winter.

     

    The camps are un-fenced and electricity-free, and meals are often prepared over an open fire and enjoyed in the lantern-lit dining area or under the stars in the boma. Sitting around the campfire at night is when the sounds of the African bush come alive and this is when you will truly appreciate the ambience of the camp.