Hamiltons Tented Camp
This Tented Camp is in the Mluwati concession in Kruger National Park offering you a colonial style safari experience with luxurious tented lodgings – taking you back in time to an era long forgotten.
Stay in elegantly appointed luxury en-suite safari tents, with guided game drives in a private concession. This camp accommodates couples in 6 magnificently appointed safari tents overlooking the Nwatswitsonto River. The main tent is an impressive structure with elegant lines and an open sided lounge and dining area opening onto a wide, spacious deck shaded by huge Jackalberry trees overlooking the dry river bed.
It is comfortably furnished and is accentuated with antiques and 19th century objects d’art creating a feeling of having traveled back in history. Situated in central Kruger Park, the camp is home to a diverse population of wildlife including wild dogs, lions, leopards and hyenas which are all frequently spotted.
Being completely remote and far away from the crowds, this is the one place where you can get away from it all with a sense of tranquility. Here you can sit down to full silver service dinners, sumptuous breakfast spreads and delectable afternoon snacks – combined with wonderful service.
The camp is unfenced and wildlife moves freely though the camp. Tents are also not equipped to accommodate more than 2 guests per unit and it is therefore not recommended for families with small children. Children from the age of 8 years are welcome though and they will be catered for separately at dinner, staying in their own tented suites and charged the full adult rate.
Sabi Sand Kruger and Timbavati
Kruger is the most famous of the National Parks, and home to some 500 bird and 150 mammal species. There are also some wonderful historical archaeological sites. Sabi Sand is a particularly well-populated private game reserve, not fenced off from Kruger. Timbivati is also connected to Kruger, and is home to the famous ‘white lions’.
Ways you can help in Sabi Sand Kruger and Timbavati
Given how endemic poverty is in villages throughout South Africa, you can impart your business knowledge to budding entrepreneurs, assisting them with preparation of a business plan or advise existing microloan recipients on how they can expand their business and thus better provide for their families. You may well end up wanting to maintain an […]
The communities around Sabi Sand are very poor and are in need of basic infrastructure; you can help fund and build your choice of: – a creche – classrooms – a library – a medical clinic All of these will make a lasting difference in the lives of the beneficiaries; you will be leaving a […]
In communities around the Sabi Sands private reserve, you can upskill the teachers by giving them training in key subjects such as English, maths or science. By doing so, you expand what the teacher can impart to the students, thus you are giving them a head start in their education
In villages near Sabi Sands you can make an impact as reliable water supplies are not always available, therefore you can fund and help install a ‘FunPumps’ near an underground borehole. The FunPump functions like a merry-go-round you would find in any playground around the world, and as the children play, clean, drinkable water is […]