Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp
Safari Lodge in the malaria-free Mabula Private Game Reserve
Mabula Private Game Reserve
Kwafubesi’s luxuriously appointed tents, which have the Big Five as their namesake, are raised on platforms each with its own private deck where you can enjoy a romantic private dinner for two or picnic breakfast.
Offering spectacular golden plains, breathtaking sunsets and Big 5 game viewing, Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp, is an ideal safari getaway.
Discreetly tucked away in the treeline on the edge of the magnificent Mvubu plain to ensure guests’ absolute privacy, Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp pampers its guests in five luxury canvas tents, where romantic oil lamps and home prepared meals served in the thatched lapa add to this unique 'Out of Africa' experience.
The comfortable furnishings, African décor and full bathroom, including shower, large stone bath and stunning views, provide a welcome sanctuary from the heat of the bush.
Game drives are offered to Kwafubesi guests twice a day – once early morning and again in time for sundowners in the late afternoon, and depending on the time of year you visit, each experience can be unique. Watch the vivid change of the seasons as the green thickets and grasslands give way to the bushveld greys and yellows of autumn. Feel the chilly winter air on your cheeks before sunrise and witness the rebirth of the bush as the first summer rains fall and with it the exciting arrival of lambing season.
Special SADC Midweek Rate
per person sharing per night. Valid until 31 December 2022.
Special SADC Weekend Rate
per person sharing per night. Valid for weekend bookings and peak periods until 31 December 2022.
per person sharing per night.
Three meals a day
Two safaris each day
VAT at 15%
Kwafubesi Tented Safari Camp is located in the heart of the spectacular Mabula Game Reserve, home to an astounding selection of large mammals including the Big Five, other predators such as Hyena and Jackal, and a variety of antelope from Red Hartebeest to Eland, Gemsbok to Blesbok. That’s not to mention the elusive cheetah, cheeky honey badger and the omnipresent crèches of warthogs that flit across one’s path during your game drive at Kwafubesi.