• Laagste prys gewaarborg

vanaf R300 PP deel

Tshulu Wilderness Tented Camp

  • Laagste prys gewaarborg

vanaf R300 PP deel

 

Oorsig

Tshulu Wilderness Camp is situated on the banks of the Mutale River in Hamakuya in the far north east of South Africa. Located near to rural villages, the camp is in a pristine natural area, surrounded by lebombo ironwood groves, baobabs and mopane woodlands. The camp is located outside North Kruger Park, only an hour's drive from both the Pafuri and Punda Maria gates and 40 minutes from Makuya Provincial Park.

Accommodation is in spacious 'meru-style' tents on raised platforms with en-suite outdoor type bathroom with shower. Self catering can be done in the communal kitchen with a gas stove, fridge and large freezer; basic crockery and cutlery is provided. The kitchen opens out onto a spacious central area for eating and relaxing. Solar power is available to charge cell phones, cameras and laptops, and provides light in the central area and tents. There is no mains electricity.

Tshulu Wilderness Camp is a wonderful place to rest and recuperate, and the birding is excellent. There are also several short walking trails from the camp, including a tree walk, and guides are available if you would like to venture further afield. Several kilometres from the nearest village, the soundscape is dominated by cowbells, baboon calls and the rush of rapids as the river spills out of the deep pools that mark the end of a dramatic gorge.

Getting there: please note that Tshulu camp is only accessible with a high clearance vehicle, 2X4 or 4X4 and is not suitable for sedan vehicles. Follow the detailed directions in the camp's listing.

Hamakuya Home-stays
The highlight of many people's visit to Hamakuya is staying a number of nights in a community homestead. Accompanied by guides who translate and facilitate, visitors are invited to take part in the ordinary tasks of everyday life in rural Venda. These include fetching water and collecting firewood, looking after cattle, driving donkey carts, and cooking traditional food over an open fire with ingredients gathered from Gardens or the bush. Visitors are also welcomed into their hosts' leisure and social lives, and may be invited to church, a football game, or a Tshigombela traditional dance practice.

Please contact the Tshulu Trust manager to organise homestays in advance of your arrival. Tshulu requires one week to organise homestays for guests. The homestay rate is per person and includes 3 meals a day. Homestays are important forms of income for the local community.

Getting there: access to Tshulu camp is via a dirt road, through several villages. The road requires a high clearance vehicle, 2X4 or 4X 4 and is not suitable for sedan cars. The camp is well marked from the main road that runs from Sibasa to Mutale.

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Kamer geriewe

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Plaaslike geriewe

Kostes

Additional Rates Info:
Please Note: Units can comfortably accommodate up to 4 people each. Additional beds can be added upon request to accommodate 6 people. Rates are per tent per night, on a sliding scale, depending on the numbe of people per tent. 1 person = R350 2 people = R600 3 people = R750 4-5 people = R800

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Each spacious Menu-style tent is on stilts and has a balcony and an en-suite bathroom. They can comfortably accommodate four single beds and six beds in dormitory style for larger groups.

Datum Eenheid Enkel PP Deel
Maand Jaar Naweek Daagliks Naweek Daagliks Naweek Daagliks
Januarie 2019       R 350   R 300
Februarie 2019       R 350   R 300
Maart 2019       R 350   R 300
April 2019       R 350   R 300
Mei 2019       R 350   R 300
Junie 2019       R 350   R 300
Julie 2019       R 350   R 300
Augustus 2019       R 350   R 300
September 2019       R 350   R 300
Oktober 2019       R 350   R 300
November 2019       R 350   R 300
Desember 2019       R 350   R 300
NOTE: Indien u n soektog aangaan sonder om die maand van aankoms te bevestig, sal die prys op die soektog resultate die prys wees vir die goedkoopste kamer tydens die goedkoopste maand. Waar pryse "per eenheid" is sal die gemiddelde prys per persoon gebaseer word op die maksimum besetting en hierdie prys sal ook gebruik word in prys vergelykings. 'n Soektog vir huise en villas sal wel altyd gebaseer word op die volle daaglikse prys van die eenheid ongeag van die aantal mense wat in die eenheid kan slaap.

Dit word aanvaar dat kostes korrek wanneer dit gepubliseer word en mag wissel afhangende van aanvraag en beskikbaarheid. Blyplekke bestuur hul pryse aanlyn en enige verskille kan direk na die blyplek verwys word. Kwotasies is bindind sodra dit aanvaar is.

Tariewe Opgedateer: 23 Julie 2019

 
 

  • 1 in elke 10 besprekings is gratis
  • Hierdie is n gratis verblyf deelnemer.
  • Bespreking betroubaarheid
  • Reaksie koers: 79%
  • Algemene Reaksie spoed: 18 ure
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Sleeping-OUT's Guest Satisfaction Award. Based on reviews of establishments in Pafuri/Makuleke, Tshulu Wilderness Tented Camp has been voted Best Establishment in Pafuri/Makuleke for 2016Sleeping-OUT's Guest Satisfaction Award. Based on reviews of establishments in Pafuri/Makuleke, Tshulu Wilderness Tented Camp has been voted Best Value for Money in Pafuri/Makuleke for 2016

Ligging

Near Tshianzwane Village, Hamakuya, Mutale Municipality, , Vhembe District, Limpopo Province, South Africa, 0973

Map Tshulu Wilderness Tented Camp in Pafuri/Makuleke  Northern Kruger Park  Kruger National Park (LIM)  Limpopo  Suid-Afrika

Gaste Kommentaar

The beds and tented camp units are nice but not the standard I expected. There is just a general lack of investment into the bathrooms and the kitchen. It feels more like a backpackers lodge where all the cutlery are very old and you doubt if it is clean. The bathroom has a neglected feel as well. All pipes are exposed and toilet seat cover broken. But the biggest problem is the very bad 10km road to the camp. I drive a 4x4 but still dealt I should have known it would be that bad because I had expensive equipment in the back that should not be shaking as much as it did. There is no plugs for powering anything in the rooms. You have to plug it in 40m away in the kitchen.
It should have better pics of the kitchen and bathrooms.

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Besides the long bumpy dusty drive, Tshulu was pleasant. My kids absolutely loved it. The place was so hot though on the first day.
I think to add more facilities for children to play with would be ideal.

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