About Bateleur Safari Camp
Bateleur Safari Camp is located in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve , a world renowned wildlife destinat…show more
Accommodation options at Bateleur Safari Camp
Bateleur Tented SuitesMin 1 guest - max 4 guests8 Tented Suites
Bateleur Safari Camp accommodates up to 16 guests in spacious safari units, each sleeping 2-4 people. Each unit has been built in an eco-friendly manner, with a…
from R 6350 / per-person-per-night-sharingenquireIndoor ShowerBattery ChargingFire BomaSwimming PoolLibraryEn-suite bathroomSHOW ALL AMENITIES
- Two guided safari activities per day
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner
- Game drive snacks
Activities at Bateleur Safari Camp
Game Drivesmore info
Guided Walking Safarimore info
Bushcraft and Survivalmore info
How to get there
Bateleur Safari Camp
Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, Mpumulanga, 7700, South Africa
Check in at Bateleur Safari Camp
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Bateleur Safari Camp
11:00 on day of departure
Frequently asked questions
Can kids go on game drives?
Do you offer mountain biking?
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Trip of a lifetime
We saw the “Big 5” and most of the rest of the animals in the area, but what made this a special safari was the people working at Bateleur Safari Camp. Everyone was not only great at their job they all seemed to really be invested in what they were doing as a life style.
We cherished every second of our time at Bateleur Safari Camp and thoroughly enjoyed engaging in all the activities offered.
Bateleur Safari Camp impact highlights
The Timbavati Private Nature Reserve spans over 53,000 hectares of pristine natural landscape and serves as a sanctuary for diverse plant and animal species. Within this wilderness, Bateleur Safari Camp is nestled, prioritizing the conservation and protection of the environment. The camp's design and operations have been thoughtfully planned to minimize any adverse effects on the surrounding ecosystem. This ensures that guests can fully immerse themselves in the untouched beauty of the reserve while supporting the ongoing efforts to preserve its unique flora and fauna through various research projects