Ngala Tented Camp
Ngala Tented Camp offers a luxurious and peaceful escape in the two million hectare world famous Kruger National Park overlooking the banks of the Timbavati River.
Ngala Tented Camp Highlights
Ngala Tented Camp is chic and romantic and situated in the Timbavati Private Game Reserve, which shares unfenced borders with the renowned Kruger National Park. With exclusive traversing rights over 14 700 hectares (36 323 acres) of Kruger's game-rich wilderness, Ngala offers an extraordinary African wildlife safari experience. Set on the banks of the great seasonal Timbavati River, Ngala Tented Camp was built with a light footprint to minimise impact on the environment.
- Magnificent location in the two million hectare world famous Greater Kruger Park
- Incredible array of wildlife
- Large herds of elephant and good concentrations of lion
- Incredible leopard sightings
- Luxurious canvas safari tents
Ngala Tented Camp Game Viewing and Activities
The area is renowned for Big Five, lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino game viewing encounters on game drives in open 4x4 safari vehicles led by expert rangers and Shangaan trackers. Ngala offers both off-road and night game drives affording excellent sightings and photographic opportunities. Discover interesting nocturnal animals on exhilarating, spot lit night game drives. Ngala Tented Camp offers unsurpassed game viewing opportunities of territorial, individually recognisable lion and leopard which are tracked on a daily basis. Cheetah tends to be nomadic but is regularly encountered. Endangered African wild dog can also be seen. Huge herds of buffalo and elephant are frequently seen quenching their thirst at waterholes which also attract white rhino and are favoured by hippo. Impala are the most abundant antelope, with resident wildebeest, greater kudu and steenbok among other common species. The rare Sharpe's grysbok occurs in mopane woodland. Lone elephant bulls and breeding herds are regularly encountered. Honey badger, African civet and small-spotted genet are among the smaller carnivores regularly seen on night game drives. Packs of dwarf mongoose live in large termite mounds.
Chapungu Tented Camp
Chapungu is a luxury tented camp offering guests the ultimate in privacy and exclusivity in a prime wilderness area in the Thorny Bush Game Reserve, adjacent to the Kruger National Park. Only 8 safari tents available with air-conditioning and magnificent views.
Best of the Kruger Comfortable
The Best of the Kruger Safari allows guests to spend 3 nights at two different comfortable safari lodges in the Private Reserves of the Kruger National Park. The Kruger Private Reserves provide the ultimate safari experience.