nThambo Tree Camp
nThambo Tree Camp is located in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve in the Greater Kruger, in South Africa. All game moves freely in the entire region. The beauty of the location is that nThambo guests get to experience wildlife from their doorstep as well as enjoy game drives and walks. The Klaserie also boasts an abundance of interesting birdlife and is a haven for bird-watchers. All 5 chalets are sitting on stilts at level with the trees so game watching can be enjoyed constantly. The intimate size and seclusion of nThambo means that activities are flexible and exciting night drives can also be conducted. The camp is about an hour’s drive from the town of Hoedspruit, which is the supply capital of the Greater Kruger.
Activities at nThambo Tree Camp
Evening & Morning Game Drivesmore info
Bush Walksmore info
Breakfast in the Bushmore info
Boma Dinnersmore info
Accommodation options at nThambo Tree Camp
nThambo Treehouse ChaletsgroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage5
nThambo Tree Camp's private chalets are raised on wooden stilts with floor made from wooden decking. Walls are made from canvas tents and the roof is thatched. …
from R 5050 / Per person per night sharing
R3000 RESIDENT RATEenquire
Absolutely amazing. The staffmembers were so friendly, helpful and insightful. nThambo is a beautiful property with so much attention to detail. The rooms are amazing and unique, they are also very homely.
New draft review
Amazing location and a beautiful open area with a water hole right in front of the camp. We received warm welcome, deliccious food, lovely rooms and fun game drives with knowledgeable guides.
nThambo Tree Camp impact highlights
Klaserie Private Nature Reserve is deeply involved in the full spectrum of nature conservation and it is their philosophy to keep the Reserve as near a pristine environment as possible by centering their efforts on minimising the human footprint. Home to over 60,000 hectares of wilderness they are not only committed to preserving the reserve but also to a number of wildlife initiatives, including the Ground Hornbill Project, Rhino Protection and The Elephant Project.