Amongst enormous trees on the banks of the Nlharalumi Riverbed, this intimate camp of just 12-tents is a celebration of where our journey began.
Tanda Tula, meaning to love the quiet, is inspired by the people and wildlife-rich region of the Greater Kruger National Park.
Found in the Timbavati, Tanda Tula Safari Camp embodies grounded African elegance and the romance of the wild. The warmth of the people who live and work here sparks a safari of self-discovery, and immersion within the rhythms of the African wilderness.
Tanda Tula has two camps, Safari and Field, in the heart of the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve and offers a five-star personal wilderness experience in ultimate luxury.
The Scott, Jackson and Mathebula families have a passion for wildlife conservation. They are purpose-driven and committed to strengthening communities, empowering individuals and conserving wild spaces.
The reserve comprises of individual landholders who together have formed a protected area of over 53 000 hectares of unspoilt natural wilderness adjoining the Kruger National Park in an open eco-system.
The Timbavati protects sustainable populations of many endangered species such as black and white rhinoceros, pangolins, saddle billed storks, southern ground hornbills and many others.