Children aged 12 years and older are welcome.
The en-suite bathrooms have hot and cold running showers and flushing toilets. Towels are provided.
The camp has a limited bar facility.
Please be aware that as the camp is deep in the bush they do not have mains electricity and so we recommend that you charge camera batteries etc before arriving at the camp. The camp uses a combination of paraffin lamps and solar power for lighting.
Amakhala Game Reserve is populated by a variety of wildlife including elephant, giraffe, rhinos, lions, leopard, cheetah, buffalo, wildebeest, zebra and many other species. Twice daily 3 to 4 hour game drives depart directly from the camp and are guided by experienced rangers.
An example itinerary per day is like this:
Morning game drives depart at approximately 06:45 (subject to the time of sunrise) with a hot drink and rusks at 06:30 before leaving. The morning game drive will return to camp just after 10:00. Brunch will be served on return from the morning game drive.
Afternoons are free for you to enjoy as you wish until the afternoon game drive departs. A lunch will be served at approximately 14:30.
The afternoon game drive aims to depart at approximately 15:00, to arrive back at camp at around 19:00. Beverages and snacks are provided on this game drive for guests to enjoy a sun downer on the reserve. A traditional South African dinner will be served on arrival back at camp. As with all meals, the camp can cater for specific diets with prior notice.
There is also the option of doing a guided birding walk or a guided bush walk (in a non-dangerous game area) or a guided Wilderness Walk in a Big 5 area (max 4 guests and over 16 years of age only). Prebooking is essential - please advise your Travel Butlers consultant if you would like to do any of these walks. Night drives can also be arranged, as can horse trails and bird walks.
Your rate includes a Conservation/Community Levy which will primarily fund the anti-poaching units and a dedicated rhino monitoring programme to preserve and protect the rhinos of Amakhala Game Reserve. In addition, a percentage of the Levy will also go to support their award-winning Conservation Education Programme, which enables local school children to visit the Amakhala Conservation Centre to learn about wildlife conservation and sustainability for future generations.