Tanda Tula Safari Camp comprises 12 luxury tents in the shade of ancient trees, with en suite bathrooms and hot and cold running water. Each tent has its own patio overlooking the bush and waterhole, and with a maximum of 24 guests in camp, privacy and personal attention are assured. The cuisine is superb, with a wine list to match, and for relaxing there is a swimming pool.
Professional rangers and trackers offer game tracking on foot or in open safari vehicles, in the territory of the famous white lions and Africa’s Big Five. Tanda Tula means "to love the quiet", and here you’ll experience the sounds of silence that only Africa can offer. Activities include morning and afternoon/night game drives with a maximum of nine people per safari vehicle and guided walks. Picnicking at the two hides, as well as bush walks are also offered.
Other activities are available in the region– including visits to the the Moholoholo Animal Rehabilitation Center; Cheetah Rehabilitation Project or the Mapusha Weavers & Pre-School Visit. Ask for details on these optional activities (additional fees apply)
Overall the places we stayed in exceeded our expectations. Without hesitation, we would refer anyone to the places we stayed.
The Radisson Blu in Cape Town worked well for our family of 6; location is great, service was outstanding as well as the breakfast.
The Belvidere Manor provided a spacious cottage. We enjoyed the property and the on site restaurant. A good spot to stay for a couple of days. The cottages have a full kitchen. It was great to be able to prepare our own meals a couple of times.
We loved Tanda Tula; the kids shared one tent and Adriaan and I another one. Everything about that camp was outstanding. We had a great guide and tracker team. Both kept the kids involved and taught us so much about the nature and animals. Within 2 days, we “met” the big 5 and many other animals. The camp only has a limited amount of guests. We really enjoyed the smaller scale and the way the dinners are on large tables so you get to meet all kind of different people. As a lodge/camp, our absolute favorite.
The Chobe Game Lodge is beautiful with a very unique location. We had a great guide again who went beyond her duties to show us the park and animals. From an animal perspective, this was our favorite; two large lion prides, two leopards, wild dogs eating a zebra, hundreds of elephants, zebra’s and buffalo’s and many more. The lodge is less personable; it is a large lodge with many safaris vehicles on the road. We made the right choice to have our own private guide. It made the larger lodge still feel a bit smaller.
Victoria Falls Safari Club was a good hotel. One of the restaurants, the Boma, has an African buffet dinner with all kinds of entertainment; fun!
- Margriet Van de Steeg
Cape Town was beautiful. The Radisson was lovely and a great location.
Tanda Tula was beautiful. The property and facility was stunning. Our tents were first class, spectacularly luxurious… Read More