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- 1 experience
Marataba Conservation Camps is a part of Marakele National Park in the Lipmopo Province of South Africa. It is uniquely situated where lush bushveld gives way to the Kalahari sands, with the magnificent backdrop of the Waterberg mountains. Staying in Marataba Conservation Camps is all about mixing conservation, adventure and a lot of fun... as well as unwinding to the sounds and sights of the bush. Each booking is on an exclusive or semi-exclusive basis and comes with a devoted private guide. All activities at Marataba are made with the visitors in mind. From tracking cheetah, monitoring elephants, and identifying rhinos, to laidback boat trips with cold G&T’s on the Matlabasriver - your Marataba experience is absolutely up to you.
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Marataba Conservation Camp is a public-private collaboration (between South African National Parks, the country’s highest conservation authority, and the private shareholders of Marataba) that is working towards being a leading African conservation initiative by sustainably managing ecosystems and keystone species for generations to come. Everything is underpinned by their three founding pillars: Conservation | Communities | Commerce.
Marataba Conservation Camps experiences
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Rhino Conservation Week
10 SPOTS LEFT - LIMITED OFFER! Book your spot and …
from R 20115 / Per person per stay
One of a kind experience!
Marataba Conservation Camps offer a truly unique experience that's difficult to find elsewhere! Loved having so much flexibility and being able to choose from a huge variety of activities.
The Perfect Balance
We had so much fun as a family staying at Explorers Camp. It is the perfect base to explore Marataba and reconnect with nature. Loved the elephants daily visits to the waterhole in front of camp!
SADC resident rate fromR 2680.00 /pppn
How to get there
OR Tambo International Airport
Marataba Conservation Camps, Thabazimbi
Check in at Marataba Conservation Camps
13:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Marataba Conservation Camps
10:00 on day of departure