Ngala Tented Camp with it’s nine tented suites offer a tranquil escape for city dwellers and travellers alike
Ngala Tented Camp is situated in &Beyond Ngala Private Game Reserve, the first private game reserve to be incorporated into the Kruger National Park. The game reserve traverses over 14 700 hectares of game-rich wilderness and offers an intimate African wildlife experience. A spectacular diversity of wildlife moves through this immense wilderness – including breeding herds of elephant, leopard, spotted hyena, giraffe, large buffalo herds and white rhino.
Set between riverine forest and the sandy bed of the Timbavati River, extensive decks give front row views of game wandering down to drink. A rim-flow pool mimics the contours of the riverbed, inviting you in for a refreshing dip, while a tranquil massage sala adds a touch of pure indulgence. At night, the stirring scents of Africa’s famous spices waft up from a meal shared in a spectacular setting.
Ngala Tented Camp offers the utmost in natural luxury along with with beautiful views over the Timbavati River. The camp is chic and contemporary, and is renowned for its sophisticated tented accommodation in tranquil bush surrounds. Ngala welcomes children over the ages of 12 years only.
Accommodation at Ngala Tented Camp comprises of 9 luxurious tented suites that sleep a total of 18 guests. The suites are set on raised platforms and are cleverly designed to blend into the riverside trees in order to minimise impact on the environment. Each of the suites includes an en-suite bathroom with bath mounted on a wooden base, outdoor shower, swirling overhead fan and air conditioning, electric blankets for winter and private wooden viewing deck. The overall atmosphere of the tented suites is traditional African, with warm earthy tones used throughout.
&Beyond Ngala Private Game Reserve is home to all of the Big Five, but is particularly known for its elephant, buffalo and rhino, as well as its packs of African wild dog. Leopard and cheetah are also often encountered. The largest of all land mammals, the African elephant, is most often spotted leisurely browsing on the vegetation. Elephant are completely dependent on water and will travel considerable distances to a watering hole, making this the perfect place to watch out for them. Elephant, as well as buffalo, are often encountered in the reed beds around the Timbavati River.
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