Bateleur Safari Camp is located in the heart of the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve. The shared unfenced border with the Kruger National Park, allows animals to meander freely into the area, increasing your chances for sightings.
The utterly breathtaking landscape, comprising a mix of wild Acacia woodlands and sandy riverbeds, is best enjoyed out on 4x4 game drives led by expert teams of Bateleur tracker guides. Aside from the famous members of the Big Five, keep your eyes peeled for a wide variation of antelope species, and well over 500 bird species.
If this isn’t enough to convince you to stay here, perhaps the camp itself will. Its main feature is the central lounge and dining area leading out to the wooden deck and swimming pool. Marvellously spacious and inviting, it offers plenty of comfy nooks to relax in with a good book from the library paired with something crisp and cold (or hot and melting).
Adjacent to the main area is the traditional outdoor boma; the perfect place to congregate after a busy day getting acquainted with the bush. Here, evening dinners are prepared by the head chef, straight over the open flames. An authentic bush dining at its very best!
As an eco-conscious establishment, the entire camp and staff village is run entirely on solar power. Energy is stored in a 24-battery bank, while daily water used is derived from an underground aquifer, making it brilliantly clean and pathogen-free.