An idyllic Lowveld glamping retreat in the remarkable South African wilderness

Reconnect with nature in this truly idyllic stay found in the heart of the South African safari region. Ideally located on the embankment of a catch-and-release fishing dam, this spot caters for the whole family. From the wood-fired hot tub to the braai area with a view, there is something for everyone. Magnificent surroundings will draw you to landscapes like the Panorama Route, Kruger National Park, and the Blyde River Canyon.

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Best time to go to Greater Kruger Region

The best time to spot wildlife in the Greater Kruger Region is during the dry season, which typically falls between May and September. This wintertime season offers the best opportunity to spot the wildlife as the animals are drawn to the waterholes and other sources of water and the vegetation is less dense. During this time, the days are warm and the nights are cooler. The summer months have more rainfall and the green landscapes provide a stunning backdrop for photos. Plenty of young animals and their predators are present and bird watching is particularly enjoyable.



Self-catering boutique glamping tent with a lounge, dining area, spacious wooden deck, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Both bedrooms have a queen-size bed and one, an additional single bunk bed. Each tent has a private outdoor wood-fired hot tub.

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