Camp Jabulani

This lodge has six large luxury suites, each with its own wide deck and private plunge pool, and connected to the main public areas by wooden walkways. For those wanting extra privacy the camp has a spectacular private villa, the Zindoga Villa, which has two vast suites and its own dining, relaxing & resting areas and swimming pool.

Experiences are customised for each guest and include elephant interactions, game drives, spa, guided walks, hot air ballooning, culinary classes and others. 


Limpopo Province


  • Daily game drives
  • Member of Relais & Chateaux
  • Bush spa & gym
  • Team Tusker children’s programme

Our Thoughts

This is a unique property with superb accommodation, including the wonderful private two-bedroom Zindoga Villa it is worth every penny.

Camp Jabulani Elephant Interaction

  • Tea and coffee making
  • Wi-Fi
  • Open-plan lounge area
  • Bush gym
  • Clothing and accessories shop


Personalisation and excellence represent the highlights at Camp Jabulani, and certainly they do when it comes to talk about cuisine. Head Chef André Gerber, along with his staff, will amaze Camp Jabulani’s guests with an exclusive selection of delightful and freshly baked recipes accompanied by the finest local red and white wines. Whether in the informal dining room, on the deck outside the main area or in the suite, dining at Camp Jabulani will be memorable. 

The property has six elegantly furnished suites and a private villa, designed for visitors who require an even more exclusive treatment. Both suites and villa comprise of the most advanced and high-standard facilities and comforts, such as a fire-place, a separate lounge area, a private plunge pool and expansive windows to enjoy outdoor nature wonders.

  • Camp Jabulani Double /Twin Rooms
  • Zindoga Villa
  • Watching the elephants swim
  • Game drives
  • Bush walk
  • Visit to the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre
  • Hot air ballooning
  • Therapy lapa

When it comes to families staying at Camp Jubalani the Zindoga Villa is perfect. It has a lovely twin-bedded suite with en-suite, while a third child is easily accommodated in the suite’s adjoining lounge area where a day bed can be converted into a single bed.

When it comes to activities there is plenty for them to get involved with.  There ‘Team Tusker’ programme is great and gives the parents some ‘me time’. Activities and excursions can vary from tracking and dung throwing, bug catching to cheetah conservation initiatives.


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