nDzuti Safari Camp

Code: nDzuti Safari Camp
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Welcome to nDzuti Safari Camp – Place in the Shade

The Property

nDzuti Safari Camp offers you an exceptional African safari experience, simply because it is not a hotel in the bush, but rather our base from where we offer a sojourn into the African Bush to experience and bear witness to the creatures of the wild and their daily dramas that unfold there. nDzuti Safari Camp is based deep in the Maseke Game Reserve with no boundaries between our concession and the rest of the Klaserie, Timbavati and Greater Kruger Park’s vast block of wilderness. Animals are free to come and go following ancient routes between breeding and feeding grounds.


Accommodation at nDzuti is a choice between:

  • Luxury safari tents – Four permanent safari tents have uninterrupted views of the renowned nDzuti water hole. The raised verandas have comfortable outdoor seating for hours of game viewing. The exterior door leads into the tented bedroom – with air conditioning and en-suite bathroom off the back wall under the canvas canopy. The large bathroom has a glassed apex, twin his and her basins on a vanity counter and spacious shower space with twin shower heads. Sleeping arrangements can be configured to an Imperial King Sized or two 3/4 sized twin beds. Bedside lamps and a writing /dressing table add to the comfort.  Bull denim curtains hang at the large gauze windows and outside canvas flaps are rolled up for when needed.
  • Two room chalets– Four chalets with two private en-suite bedrooms, lounge, and patio. The well-established garden houses four well-spaced chalets, just ideal private space for a group of friends traveling together and needing to catch up or for a family with kids who need quiet time to sleep. The thatched units have a deep covered patio screened from the walk-way with lush greenery and scattered with seating and coffee table. French doors lead into the central lounge with tea and coffee station, wildlife prints and doors into opposite bedrooms.  The chalets are cool in summer and cosy in winter. The bathrooms have both a shower and bath. Bricked pathways lead from each chalet to the main dining pavilion and swimming pool with its raised vantage over the camp waterhole.

Main Camp & Dining

Central to the camp is the sparkling swimming pool, positioned on the terrace so guests can watch animals come to the waterhole from the pool. The dining pavilion and thatched bar complete the central area and the reeded boma on the western wing.  Evening meals and breakfasts are served in the open air boma, from where there is also a view over the waterhole.  The central fire with seating is welcoming for after- diner coffee and roasted marshmallows.

Morning and afternoon/night game drives in open safari vehicle with experienced guide.

Rates – Based on Full Board and a minimum stay of 2 nights

  • Children: 6 – 12 years pay 100% of the sharing rate,
    13 – 18 years pay 100% of the sharing rate

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Life at nDzuti Safari Camp

Days at nDzuti begin at first light. Dawn is exciting – birds greet the day, there may even be lions calling, and the camp-fire still burning as we meet in the dining tent for tea and toast, fruit and cereals. Hot boxes are loaded onto open safari vehicles and fleecy blankets are passed out.
Out in the bushveld, the sandy roads are full of animal tracks and we can interpret what went down while we were tucked up in bed. Animal tracks may dictate the direction the game drive takes. We stop often to view the animals we encounter and to interpret their behavior.
All of the Big 5 animals can be viewed at nDzuti and every endeavor is made to locate these iconic African animals for guests, however, we delight in introducing some birding and small game on safari.
The morning game drive is approximately 3 hours long and at some time, at a viewpoint or such, we halt for hot drinks, homemade cookies, and rusks.
Back in camp, hot cooked breakfast awaits with a selection of fruits, cold meats and cheeses or pastries of sorts.
During the day guests relax in camp, watching the animals come down to the waterhole or in air-conditioned comfort in their chalets and tents. The large central pool is well placed with a view, umbrellas and chaise lounges. For those who choose there is a guided nature walk from camp.
Lunch is served before the afternoon drive and can be in the shaded boma or the dining pavilion. The afternoon game drive leaves the camp as the heat of the day dissipates.
At sunset, we stop for traditional sun-downer drinks and snacks. After dark, with the aid of a spotlight, we seek out the nocturnal creatures and the big cats.
Guests can freshen up before dinner on the terrace or in the boma besides the fire. A three-course meal is served with quality South African wines on offer.