There are two accommodation options - the simple, yet luxurious dome style tents complete with outdoor showers and patio space, or the self-catering thatched roof garden cottage that is minimalist in its design but funky with its decor.
The garden cottage has a thatched roof and is tiled throughout, giving it a cool and serene feel.
The garden cottage has a raised outdoor lounge area ideal for avid birders who can enjoy the abundant birdlife from the comfortable vantage point. Two fully operational kitchens, the outdoor one is for the tented camp and the indoor kitchen for the Garden Cottage.
The three canvas dome tents exude a typical safari-feel and each has their own outdoor shower. Nature is the focus, but the simple, sophisticated décor coupled crisp white linen does give the accommodation a touch of elegance.
The Garden Cottage sleeps four guests in two bedrooms, with two stretchers available for children to accommodate six people. One of the rooms is on a second level easy accessed via the heavy wooden staircase. Both the rooms are air-conditioned, and the room on the upper level is also equipped with a ceiling fan.
The Garden Cottage also has ample plug points for charging electronics, WiFi throughout, and plenty of floor space in the rooms for storing items. There is a bathroom with shower, toilet and stand alone sink. The cottage also has a separate guest toilet.
Tents are quite luxurious and come complete with stretch beds, and a patio furnished with Nguni hides and outdoor chairs. Inside the tents you’ll find a mat, beds furnished with white linen, extra blankets and lanterns for warm lighting. Each tent has an en suite shower and pedestal fans.