There are 34 Chalets situated within the main camp of which 12 are managed by our hospitality partner company. Each chalet has a double or twin bed with cotton linen and blankets, air-conditioning, a private bathroom consisting of a toilet, shower and a basin, a veranda(porch)with outside chairs, electricity, plug points, kitchenette with a fridge and small oven as well as cooking and eating utensils.
Manyeleti Safari Camp facilities include a tented dining area as well as a swimming pool within the Main Camp. There is a small SPAZA shop within the main camp which stocks very basic essentials. From the main office there is internet, telephone and fax facilities should you need to remain in contact with family, friends and your office. Please note however as you are in a wilderness area internet and phone connectivity is not guaranteed to be available at all times.
From the Kitchen
Healthy, fresh, delicious and plentiful is the order of the day come any meal time at Manyeleti Safaris Camp. Whether enjoying breakfast, lunch or dinner, the one thing that remains consistent is the caliber of dishes presented. Simple and unpretentious yet packed with wholesome flavor. Of course, we want to make sure all our guests are well looked after come meal time, so we can cater for specific restrictive dietary requirements such as Vegetarian, Halaal or Gluten-free product meals. It is important to note that this needs to be pre-arranged when making your booking.
Guests get an authentic African Safari experience. The Manyeleti Reserve is nestled amidst the unfenced borders of the Kruger National Park, Sabi Sands and the Timbavati Reserves away from the mainstream tourist areas where guests can experience the tranquillity of a wilderness safari in absolute seclusion. Guides are hand-picked to assure that their knowledge, passion for wildlife and personal ability to be-friendly with guests, keeping them entertained and informed on game drives. They are truly gifted in their ability to track animals, prior to the game drives, using spoor and subtle signs of movement left in the bushveld. Game drives are conducted in open, four-wheel drive game viewing vehicles.