This Tshukudu Self-Catering camp has an indoor lounge and bar area fitted with limited DSTV as well as Free Wi-Fi in all the units and public areas, as well as a fully equipped communal kitchen. Friendly staff will provide a fire in the traditional African Boma for your evening meal. Our younger guests are sure to enjoy the playground area with swings and a jungle gym. This self-catering camp is fully serviced and all linen and towels are provided. You only need to provide your own food, drinks and towels used for swimming. Experience the sounds of the bushveld and observe wildlife at the drinking trough from the pool or the veranda of the African style safari tents or cottages.
Accommodation in the Marula Self-Catering camp consists of 2 luxury, African style safari tents with en-suite bathrooms, 4 thatched cottages and 1 detached Family Unit. All our units are equipped with air-conditioning and Wi-Fi in the bedrooms.
This is a family safari camp so guests of all ages are welcome.
Each en-suite unit is equipped with a shower, minibar fridge, coffee and tea-making facilities, hairdryer as well as a safe.
• Mini Bar Fridge
• Safe in room
• Mosquito Netting
• Telephone intercom system linked to Reception
• Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
• Kids play area & Jungle Gym
• Open-air Boma
• Communal Kitchen
Self-Catering Rate 2020
(2 x Tents and 4 x Cottages)
R1 320.00 per person per night sharing in a tent or cottage
R1 780.00 per person per night single in a tent or cottage
Children 4 - 12 years pay ½ price of the adult rate quoted
Self-Catering Rate 2020
(1 x detached Family Unit)
Rate: R5 080.00 for the unit per night
Fully equipped 2 Bedroom Family unit with 1 bathroom
Sleeps Maximum 4
Accommodation on a sharing basis
An early morning game drive/bush walk accompanied by experienced Guides.
A late afternoon game drive (Sundowner drinks for own account) in open safari vehicles, accompanied by experienced Guides.
All meals and beverages
Mid morning Game Drive: An additional mid morning game drive can be booked at an additional cost.
A once off Conservation Levy of R 35 per visitor (all ages)
Personal bar account or Room mini-bar consumables
Gratuities or tips to the staff
Sundowner drinks on Game Drives
Curio Shop Purchases
For those guests who would like to take a break from self-catering or just want the opportunity to dine in style, breakfasts and dinners as well as light lunches can be pre-booked with Main Lodge Reception at an additional charge, and are served on the thatched veranda or in the traditional African Boma of the Main Lodge.
A cullinary treat you don't want to miss.
Recliners under a canopy of thatch beckon guests to enjoy shady relaxation around the Marula Camp pool, which is also a prime vantage point for game viewing. A drinking trough lies just beyond the perimeter of the self-catering camp and attracts various antelope species, elephant and buffalo.
In the curio shop situated at the Main Lodge you will find original treasures that have been gathered from all corners of the African continent as well as functional items such as hats, caps, beanies and T-shirts as well as postcards, toiletries, international plugs and various small trinkets that will remind you of your African Safari.