Kambaku Safari Lodge
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Kambaku
Kambaku

Kambaku Safari Lodge

Kambaku owners Bryce & Nicola invite guests to experience the warmth & hospitality of their home Kambaku.

Kambaku Lodges are highly sought after by international guests because of their prime location within the highly acclaimed Timbavati Private Nature Reserve.

Being part of the world-renowned Kruger National Park, the Timbavati enjoys a wealth of incredible biodiversity of both Fauna and Flora as well as the amazing White Lions of the Timbavati. Kambaku offers guests an exceptional safari experience, either by open safari vehicles or by foot. Expect to enjoy intimate sightings of the Big 5, White Lions, Wild Dogs, Cheetah, Hippo, and Crocodile as well as a large variety of other general game and birds whilst taking in the breathtaking natural surrounds.

Country

South Africa

Highlights

Possibility of seeing the White Lion of the Timbavati

Need to Know

Guests from both Kambaku lodges are invited to make use of the sunset spa facilities situated at Kambaku River sands.

The Sunset Spa facilities include two treatment rooms, a fitness center, refreshing plunge pool as well as steam & sauna rooms for both the ladies & gents. 

Guests are treated to a secluded, tranquil experience, which is difficult to beat. Our dedicated, professional therapists are on hand with a full range of spa treatments and therapies.


SafarisSafaris


Two game drives and an optional bush walk are offered daily.  Game drives are conducted in open vehicles with an experience guide.


Wildlife HighlightsWildlife Highlights

The Timbavati Game Reserve is well known for offering exceptional game viewing.  Host to the Big 5 and many other species, incluidng the famous White Lion, guests will be assured of a great safari experience

Local ActivitiesLocal Activities

Game Drives and Bush walks. Other activities can be booked which take place outside the Reserve like Hot AIr balloon rides, Visit to local villages or Endangered Species centres

FacilitiesFacilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Children’s area
  • Pool Table
  • Library
  • Kambaku Kids Program
  • Mezzanine deck
  • Spa & Gym facilities – available at River Sands

AccommodationAccommodation

Kambaku Safari Lodge accommodates only 16 guests in thatched chalets – situated in a horseshoe around the camp’s waterhole. Our accommodation is exclusive, yet affordable – designed to reflect the cool calmness in the heat of the African bush.

  • Four- poster beds draped with elegant white mosquito nets
  • Safe
  • Overhead fan
  • En- suite bathrooms with both shower and bath
  • Amenities supplied
  • Hairdryer on request
  • Private viewing veranda
  • Family suites available

SeasonSeason

Summer: September to April

The Timbavati is fairly dry with summer rain, falling between the months of October and April. ±500mm (20 inches) per year.

Temperatures in summer range between 20°C to 39°C (68-102°F), and up 42°C on an unusually hot day (good swimming weather).

 

Winter: May to August

Days are pleasant, evenings are cool to cold, especially when on an open vehicle.

Temperatures range between 10°C to 29°C (50-84°F) with very little or no rain.

Average StayAverage Stay

3 - 4 Nights

Average PriceAverage Room Prices

(per person per night unless otherwise stated)

R3900

Children PolicyChild Policy

  • Children 4 years and under – a private vehicle is required at extra cost should the child join the game drive
  • Children 12 years and upwards allowed on bush walks
  • Babysitting is available at an extra cost
  • A baby cot is available on request
  • Children’s menu is available with flexible meal times
  • Kambaku Kids program – arrange at time of booking
  • Museum visits can be arranged on request
  • Toy box and Pool table available

Contact and Social Media

To find out more call us on +44 (0)1865 982290 or email us at enquiries at safariawards.com.

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