nDzuti Safari Camp is located in the game rich Balule Nature Reserve, which forms part of the Greater Kruger Park. The reserve is easily accessible via Hoedspruit Airport.
Dusk and dawn safaris in open vehicles are on the daily schedule as well as a short nature walk sometime during a stay (weather related). The reserve is home to Africa's Big Five - lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo - as well as other mammals such as cheetah, hippo, zebra and antelope, a dazzling array of birdlife and an amazing variety of reptiles, insects and plants.
The main camp has a large central swimming pool with an incredible view over the front waterhole so that guests can watch the wildlife come down to drink from the cool sparkling pool. There is a dining pavilion under canvas, an outdoor terrace area and a reeded boma (with a camp fire) as a choice for meal times.
nDzuti has 4 thatched chalets each with 2 private en-suite bedrooms, ideal for families or friends travelling together. The chalets also have central lounge area (where a 5th bed is possible) and a furnished and covered patio.
The 4 luxury safari tents, on permanent raised plinths, have a view over the waterhole in the front of the camp. The tents have air conditioning, wooden doors (not tent flaps) and a juxtapose large bathroom with a glassed-in apex, twin basins and double shower.
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All meals; tea/coffee; game walks; the Klaserie Bed/Conservation levies; and shared game drives are included. PLEASE NOTE: All other drinks are NOT included. IN ADDITION: For self-drive visitors, there is a vehicle road levy cash fee of R60 per vehicle (subject to change), which is payable at the Incheni Gate.
Children of any age are welcome in the chalet accommodation only. Rates available on request. Children over 6 years of age are permitted on game drives - younger children can only join game drives if a private vehicle is booked.
General Information For Guests
All guests need to present their passport to allow entry into the reserve.
Like neighbouring reserves, the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve has had to significantly increase anti-poaching measures in order to protect not only rhino but other vulnerable species as well. As such, the rate for guests visiting the reserve now includes a Bed Levy, which goes towards ensuring that the reserve remains in pristine condition and helps to ensure the reduction of the camps carbon footprint, as well as a Conservation Levy which is used to subsidise anti-poaching efforts, further develop smart fences, pay additional teams, contribute to the cost of all counter poaching flights, and purchase new equipment to ensure the continual protection of vulnerable species with the reserve.