Tangala Safari Camp
Tangala Safari Camp offers visitors a traditional safari experience in the Thornybush Private Game Reserve in the famous Kruger National Park. The camp offers a light foot-print and blends in with the environment.
Tangala Safari Camp Highlights
Tangala Safari Camp is situated in the 22 000 acre Thornybush Nature Reserve, a prime wildlife area and one of the last remaining traditional safari camps that is electricity-free. Tangala Safari Camp promises an intimate and unique safari experience.
- Intimate and safari experience
- Situated in the 22 000 acre Thornybush Private Nature Reserve teeming with game
- Tangala is one of only a few electricity free camps in South Africa
Tangala Safari Camp Game Viewing and Activities
Game viewing at Tangala Safari Camp is of high standard and compares with the best in the world. Guests can expect to see lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, rhino, cheetah, giraffe, zebra and other general game on game drives. The birdlife in the area is prolific. Two game drives in open vehicles include coffee, tea and snacks in the morning while a romantic sundowner interrupts the night drive. The day begins with a game drive of approximately four hours, accompanied by a qualified ranger and tracker. Guests not only get close to Big Game but also learn to identify birds and trees, taste edible fruit, follow in the footsteps of animals great and small and learn about local bush lore. The night game viewing is an experience of its own. Nocturnal sightings might include bush babies, the elusive genet, or predators hunting and stalking their prey. Lanterns welcome guests back at the camp and guide you along the pathways to the bush boma for an African feast under the southern stars.
Kruger Adventure Safari
Africa on Foot and Shindzela are two of the Kruger's most charming and affordable safari camps. Both focus on an authentic safari at classic bush camps. At Africa on Foot the focus is on morning walking safaris and both camps offer excellent game rangers and trackers.