Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp

Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp is an intimate tented camp located in the greater Mabula Private Game Reserve situated in the stunning Waterberg area of South Africa. The 12 000 hectares of malaria-free bushveld is home to an astounding selection of large mammals, including the Big Five.

Accommodating only 10 guests in luxuriously appointed elevated tents the camp blends in with its bushveld surroundings offering an authentic and intimate safari experience.

There is a vast array of activities on offer, from twice daily game drives, quad biking to bird walks and horse riding.

Accommodation options at Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp

  • Kwafubesi Tented Suites

    groupMin 1 guest - max guests

    Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp comprises of just five luxury canvas tented suites that are tucked away in the surrounding bushveld of the greater Mabula Private G…


    from R 4425 / Per person per night sharing


    R2624 Winter Midweek Rate


What's included

The Rates Include:

Accommodation, three meals and selected beverages. Two safaris daily and VAT at 15%

The Rates Exclude:

Transfers, premium brand beverages and conservation fees


How to get there

  • 2 hrs


  • Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp

    Mabula Private Game Reserve, Limpopo, 0480, South Africa

  • Check in at Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp

    14:00 on day of arrival

  • Check out at Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp

    10:00 on day of departure

R 4,425 / per person per night sharing

R2915.00 SADC resident

R2624.00 Winter Midweek Rate

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  • Truly special place!

    Absolutely spoilt by the team at Kwafubesi - thank you for a magical weekend of incredible food, game drives & down-time. This was our second time visiting Kwafubesi and it's safe to say, we can't wait to be back review


Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp impact highlights

Mabula Private Game Reserve is the proud home of the Ground Hornbill Project, a non-profit organisation that aims to slow the decline of this iconic and endangered species. It is also involved with the Cheetah Release Project, where they seek to reintroduce cheetah to areas where they had previously been driven out by farmers.