Kambaku Safari Lodge is the essence of African class, situated in the Timbavati Nature Reserve it is surrounded by the purity of the bush. At Timbavati Nature Reserve they are committed to the preservation of nature. Situated in the North Western part of the Greater Kruger National Park Kambaku offers guests a first-hand bush experience. The Kambaku Safari Lodge is an eco-friendly lodge; it is ideal for family gatherings and intimate wedding celebration. Its flexibility and privacy allow for small business groups.
Eight thatched luxury chalets, are beautifully decorated with the air of modern African chic, it is run completely on solar and accommodates sixteen guests, two per room. They are fully fitted with:
Geysers are Gas, and there are 220V power points
Timbavati Game Reserve is very much dedicated to keeping the ecology undisturbed; there are various ongoing conservation projects. Animal Life, Plant Life and Bird Life, all being studied and conserved. Mother Nature is revered, and many of her children can be seen, Elephants, Giraffe, Zebra, Rhino, Hippo, the Timbavati White Lions, Cheetahs, Leopards and much more. The Ground Horn Bill, now on the endangered list.
Kambaku Safari Lodge offers specials from time to time. Please visit our specials page for more information.
Due to the frequency of rates changing, we do not publish official rates on this website. Luxury Safaris range in a variety of prices and, as an indication of what to expect, one can pay anywhere from R2 000 to R20 000 per person per night sharing and more, depending on the choice of accommodation, season, specials and other determining factors. For the most up to date rates, please contact us.
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Skype: pietsmiles • Office: +27 (0)12 345 6438 • Cell: +27 (0)71 687 2782
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Note: There are no camping or self-catering facilities at this lodge.