WATERBUCK RESEARCH CAMP.
Waterbuck camp is situated on the banks of the picturesque Motlobo Dam. This rustic bush camp is unfenced which allows guests to live amongst nature. The bird life is prolific, and many different species of animals graze on the banks of the dam. It is the perfect spot to relax with a pair of binoculars and take in the tranquility of nature.
This comfortable camp is made up of 3 safari tents and 4 cabins, all with en-suite bathrooms. There is also a clinker brick chalet comprising of 2 x 4 sleeper rooms and 2 bathrooms. A rustic reed bunk house can accommodate 12 guests and they have use of a communal ablution block.
There are several communal areas, the Mbezi Waterhole is a cool and comfortable lounge to play games, read or study. The outside lapa provides shade and working space for the heat of the day. At night the camp fire is lit giving guests the chance to sit around the fire under the stars and listen to the sounds of the African bush.
There is a fully equipped kitchen comprising of 2 fridges and 2 freezers, gas cookers, skottle braai’s and poitjie pots. All groups are fully catered for by experienced cooks.
For research teams or university groups there is a classroom to facilitate lectures, data analysis and research.
NKOMBI VOLUNTEER CAMP.
Nkombi is an unfenced camp in the heart of the reserve, giraffe often pass through the camp and all the sounds of the bush are heard at night. The camp comprises of 6 wooden cabins with comfortable beds and cupboards. There is a communal bathroom with flushing toilets and hot water.
The communal living area is raised on stilts and looks out over a river and bushveld. The kitchen is fully equipped, inclusive of a gas fridge and stove, all crockery and cutlery. The outside boma area provides and ideal spot to socialise in the evenings around the camp fire.