Camp Jabulani

Situated in the Kapama Game Reserve, Camp Jabulani is built along the bank of a seasonal stream in the shade of Leadwood trees.

The main camp is designed with emphasis on interaction with the bush, featuring textured grass-pressed mud walls, stone floors and thatched roofs.

The six suites, meanwhile, have wooden sliding doors, pure cotton sheets, generous stone bath-tubs, outdoor glass-enclosed showers, separate lounge areas, and private plunge pools. A dedicated butler completes the exclusive experience.

In addition, the separate Zindoga Suite is made up of two luxury units specifically tailored for small groups and families with children of all ages. Occupied on an exclusive basis, one unit accommodates two adults, while the other is ideal for two adults with two children. Zindoga has a dedicated chef, ranger and team of staff.

Activities include daily game drives, elephant interactions and excursions to the nearby Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre.


Camp Jabulani is renowned for its free-ranging elephant herd, made up largely of orphaned elephants. Interaction with these fascinating creatures is the highlight of any stay at the camp.

Treated with care and respect, the elephants are given freedom to roam the surrounding reserve. As a sign of their commitment to the animals’ welfare, Camp Jabulani no longer offer elephant-back safaris.

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