KRUGER NATIONAL PARK from R440

From R440.00 Per Person Sharing Bed & Breakfast
Valid for December 2010 & January 2011
Subject to Availability

Nkambeni evening

Nkambeni Tented Lodge is located inside the Kruger National Park. The entrance to the lodge is through the Kruger National Park’s Numbi Gate close to White River and Hazyview. The permanent luxury tents offer en-suite bedrooms with air-conditioning and a private deck.

Nkambeni room

There are half and full day safaris in the Kruger Park on offer. The vehicles are designed to allow you close interaction with the animals encountered.  You can request a picnic lunch from the restaurant and enjoy this when your guide stop at one of the picnic sites in the Kruger.

Nkambeni pool

Join the training team for a short lecture on tracks and signs of the wild. The experienced trainers will teach you the skills needed to track and identify spoor and you can use this when on safari in the Kruger.

Nkambeni Tented Lodge is a partnership between the Mhaule Rural Community and Private Capital. Accompany the volunteers on a day tour of the Local Community and witness your contribution to Africa on a one to one basis. The Community Tour will take you to the George Mhaule School where you can witness their feeding schemes and their nutrient drink production plant.
After a brief tour of the Community you may wish to take the opportunity of getting down and dirty by assisting in our Community Organic Farming Project. This project is a world first in concept and design and enjoys the direct support and participation of the South African Government.

The full- time Marimba band offers you Gumboot and traditional Shangaan dancing and drum beat evenings.

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