Machampane Wilderness Camp

Machampane Wilderness Camp is an intimate 10-bed camp in the Mozambique sector of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park.  Unfenced and secluded, visitors to the camp have a magnificent opportunity to see the untamed, natural African bush.

Guided morning and evening walks are a feature of the experience. Leave at first light with a guide and armed ranger to catch the morning movements in the bush and feel the day awakening. The spoor or sighting of one of the Big 5 is a possibility. Return for brunch and spend the heat of the day in camp absorbing the tranquility of this riverine area.

Go on a late afternoon walk and experience the different nature as the bush starts to fold up and go to sleep.  Return in time for pre-dinner drinks in the boma, and dinner - all the while accompanied by the sounds of micro-frogs. Later in the evening, as everything quietens down, return to your tent and experience the peace of a night in the bush.

The tariff includes meals, activities and accommodation. Less than an hour from the Giriyondo Boarder Post in Kruger this is an ideal destination for visitors who have “been there, done that” in Kruger and want to see more of the African bush.

For more information see www.dolimpopo.com

See two beautiful ’360 degree’ views of Machampane Wilderness Camp here:

From the deck of Tent One, including Machampane River

In the boma before dinner

A video clip from Go! Magazine’s Toast Coetser on Parque Nacional do Limpopo