About Tambuti Tented Camp
Tambuti Tented Lodge is ideal for large or intimate gatherings, with the main lodge nestled in a young Tambuti Forest. Its large wooden deck is fantastic for bird-watching, croc-spotting, or game-viewing on the opposite rocky bank. Tambuti Tented Lodge is a lovely spot for relaxing in the bush.
Each tented room features a king-size bed, toilet, large bathtub with views of the bush, and a lovely outdoor shower. The lodge can accommodate up to eight guests in total and additional mattresses are available for children, if required. The main lodge is air-conditioned and well-stocked for self-catering. There is an outdoor bar, and the pool overlooks the river.
Guests have free access to the entire game reserve to cycle, walk, game drive or fish. Game in the reserve includes zebra, giraffe, impala, kudu and nyala. There are no dangerous animals in the park other than crocodiles, hippos, hyena and the occasional leopard, therefore tour guides are not necessary.
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