Honeyguide Mantobeni Camp, Manyeleti Game Reserve, South Africa
In the heart of the Manyeleti Game Reserve, lies a safari camp which offers the wildlife enthusiast a truly African experience.
- This Safari Camp is situated in prime Big Five territory
- This Camp is a safari camp in Manyeleti Game Reserve
- Hunting is prohibited in the unspoilt Manyeleti Game Reserve
- Luxuriously appointed tents overlook the riverbed or the water hole
See a Tented Solace Safari Package based on this Luxury Camp.
This Tented Safari Camp is situated on the border of the Kruger National Park in prime Big Five country, in the little known 23 000 hectare Manyeleti Game Reserve. Accommodation at this Tented Safari Camp is in comfortable East African style tents.
Each tent is equipped with en-suite facilities and is furnished in traditional safari style giving the nature lover a close encounter with the sounds and ambience of wild Africa without sacrificing safety or comfort. All meals, refreshments, game drives and walking trails are included in the rate and a full bar service is available.
The camp operates ecosafaris in a vast private concession area which may by explored in open game viewing vehicles or on foot under the guidance of armed and experienced rangers. A special feature of this experience is that you will not be competing with many others for your wildlife encounter. This Safari Camp in Manyeleti Game Reserve feels utterly remote yet is a short flight or a scenic 5 hours drive from Johannesburg. Transfers are available from major points in the region.
This Safari Camp offers value for money without compromising standards or the environmental integrity of the Manyeleti. It captures the memory of a bygone era filled with adventure and romance where one may rediscover Hemingway's Africa. Hunting is prohibited in the Manyeleti Game Reserve.
For a more rustic wilderness experience, the more intimate Trails Camp offers guided foot safaris with a short game drive each evening. Guests at the Trails Camp are accommodated in 4 twin bedded suites each with open-air but private showers and flush toilets. Meals are taken informally around the fire.