Day 1 – 3
Step back in time and enjoy your very own Out of Africa styled safari. Hamiltons Tented Camp offers a unique opportunity to experience an African Safari from a bygone era. You will find the old world charm is only exceeded by the game viewing. The camp takes its name from James Stevenson-Hamilton, one of the architects of the Kruger National Park. The camp is built entirely of canvas on wooden platforms, set amidst beautiful Jackalberry and Sausage trees, on the banks of the Nwatswitsonto River. Guests can enjoy spectacular game viewing right from their private decks.
Hamiltons is situated on one of the first private concessions in the Kruger National Park, the Mluwati Concession. They have worked tirelessly to ensure the future and sustainability of this pristine wilderness and safe haven for the wildlife. Visitors will enjoy sightings of an extraordinary variety of wildlife, birdlife and plant life.
Game drives are done in open safari vehicles to allow for a sense of freedom. All game drives are led by qualified field guides that share their knowledge of the bush so visitors can enjoy the smaller intricacies of the bush.
Enjoy three nights’ accommodation at Hamiltons Tented Camp on a fully inclusive basis (three meals per day and selected drinks)
Bid your hosts at the Camp farewell as you enjoy a last game drive through the bush en route to your next overnight destination. Stille Woning is situated in the small town of White River, an ideal stop over before connecting to Mozambique the following day. With complimentary wifi on offer, it’s a great opportunity to upload some of your photos taken during your safari in Kruger. Enjoy dinner in the open air boma before retiring to a comfortable room for the evening.
Enjoy one night’s accommodation at Stille Woning Guesthouse on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.