Shindzela Tented Camp
Timbavati Private Game Reserve,
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SHINDZELA TENTED CAMP -TIMBAVATI PRIVATE GAME RESERVE
Shindzela tented camp, is situated in the Timbavati Reserve, part of the greater Kruger National Park. Shindzela tented lodge is a simple but comfortable South African bush camp, offering an authentic African safari experience in an unfenced, natural wilderness environment.
Shindzela Tented Safari Camp offers a back to basics, affordable safari without compromising on important safari experiences; the thrill of viewing African wildlife, marveling at a beautiful sunset, or relaxing around the camp fire with a drink.
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Shindzela is a 12 bed tented lodge that is a comfortable safari accommodation in canvas tented lodge.
Each tent lodge has a wooden entrance door, adjustable canvas flaps for windows, and mesh to keep insects. All tents have a thatch roof and porch, designed to cool the tents in summer. Tents are equipped with 2 x 3/4 beds, solar lighting, all bedding, and towels, private shower, handbasin and flush toilet. In summer, mosquito nets are fitted above the beds. Swimming pool towels are provided in camp.
The general Shindzela tented camp area encompasses a swimming pool, dining tent, kitchen, staff tents and a central African fireplace – a perfect spot to relive safari experiences around the fire.
The Timbavati Game Reserve, is part of the greater Kruger Park, and is and ideal base from which we run walking safaris in South Africa. The Reserve forms part of the Greater Kruger Park and lies nestled between the Kruger National Park on the east, the Klaserie and Umbabat Private Nature Reserves in the north and the Thornybush Private Nature Reserve in the west. There are no fences between the Timbavati and the Kruger National Park which allows free movement of wildlife between the Reserves. The world-famous Kruger National Park is a conservation area of more than 2,000,000 ha (over 5 million acres).
Game Drives/Walking Safaris
We focus on game drives in open 4x4 vehicles for day and night drives and walking safaris. Our Kruger walking safaris and game drives place an emphasis on understanding the wild environment, and tracking and viewing animals in their natural surroundings. Game drive & walking safaris are conducted in the Greater Kruger National Park, in the Timbavati Nature Reserve, South Africa. We offer you a wilderness safari in a “Big Five” game viewing area.
The Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, South Africa, is home to over 40 mammal species, including Africa’s “Big Five” animals (lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant). Other game that you may see whilst on your Kruger walking safari include hyena, jackal, giraffe, hippo, wild dog, zebra, kudu and impala, to mention just a few. There are over 350 bird species recorded in the Reserve. The Timbavati Reserve is open to the Kruger National Park, providing animals with a vast expanse of wilderness in which to roam, free of fences - an ideal environment in which to fully enjoy your safari holiday in Shouth Africa.
The best time to view game on your African safari, are the early hours of the morning and during the late afternoon. This is when most game is active – during the heat of the day, many animals tend to seek shade and are less active. Night game drives with a spotlight bring you in to contact with nocturnal animals such as Bush babies, Civets, Genets, African wild cats, Porcupines and so forth.
The Reserve is home to a myriad of mammal species, including Africa’s “Big Five” animals (lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant).Other game that you may see whilst on your Kruger walking safari include hyena, jackal, giraffe, hippo, wild dog, zebra, kudu and impala, to mention just a few. There are over 350 bird species recorded in the Reserve.
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