Activities at Tamboti Tented Camp
Kudu and Black Rhino can often be seen feeding among the Tamboti trees at the Camp on Kruger National Park sightseeing safaris.
Night drives enable you to take part in the nocturnal activities of Kruger's secretive creatures while in the company of experienced guides and trackers. Guided bush walks, accompanied by trained field guides with backup rifles take groups of up to 8 people out into the African wild bush for a few hours on their South Africa safari.
Kruger National Park safaris allow one to track Rhino, Elephant and Lion on foot and learn and observe fascinating ways of the African bush. The riverbed is an excellent place to find Leopard. Game can also be viewed at the Rabelais dam.
Tamboti Tent Camp is suitable for all year round visits. The summer months (September to April) are hot (40 C / 104 F), and often balmy and sporadic summer thunder showers will cool the air and settle the dust, but will be over so soon that they will not spoil your stay. Winters (May to August) are warm and mild, (17-22 C / 60-70 F), although visitors going on night drives may need warm clothing.
These activities can only be booked in conjunction with confirmed accommodation bookings.