Camp Jabulani – Kapama Private Game Reserve – Limpopo Province

A Unique and Soulful Safari Experience

Camp Jabulani’s classic and elegant interiors seamlessly blend with the rugged African bushveld, providing a warmth and comfort that makes our guests feel completely at home.

The rich textures of organic elements create a harmonious and pleasing balance between ‘designer’ and ‘authentic’ – grass-pressed mud walls, stone floors and thatched roofs are but some of the natural features guests may expect to find.

An open flow of light and air allow for a communion with the African bush without forsaking optimum comfort. Rich woods, crystal glasses and silver service somehow seamlessly blend into an experience of genuine hospitality and sensory indulgence.

This standout among safari lodges South Africa is built along the bank of a seasonal stream. An open-plan dining room and lounge merge with the wooden deck which lies in the shade of gigantic Leadwood trees, around which the main facility was constructed. An impressive suspension bridge connects the living areas with the suites, which lie scattered beyond the river bed.

The sole objective of the team of professionally skilled and personable staff is to meet the needs of their valued guests. To indulge, spoil, pamper and entertain, but most importantly – to share with them the story and experience of the elephants.

Each of Camp Jabulani’s six luxury suites is exquisite, remote and private…

Tucked within the dense foliage along a dry river bed, each safari suite is an oasis of opulent serenity. Massive wooden sliding doors open to interiors which are a pure translation of style, comfort, elegance and an understated appreciation of the natural environment.

Pure cotton sheets, massive stone tubs, an outdoor glass-enclosed shower, a fire-place with a separate lounge area, and a private plunge pool complement each of the rooms. Suites are also equipped with a mini-bar, safe, hairdryer and electric blankets. Comfort is ensured by the 24 hour temperature control.

Expansive windows allow for uninterrupted sunshine and views of the surrounding bush. In the evenings, cosy lighting, a blazing fire and a welcoming bed draw to a perfect close another day in Africa.

Best Time to Visit South Africa

Due to its varying regional climates and wildlife opportunities, South Africa is without a doubt a year-round destination. Depending on your destination in South Africa, you will experience winter rainfall between June and August in Cape Town and the Western CapeThe Kruger National Park has a dry summer subtropical climate from December to March and game viewing can be at its best during the dry winter months from May to September when animals gather around the many waterholes within the park leading to spectacular game viewing.

Travel Documents
It is your responsibility to check the entry visa requirements with the individual embassy of each country you intend visiting prior to departure.