Service was good, the room was average. Very relaxing and saw the big 5 in one afternoon. The food was excellent. The kitchen area was very clean and neat. Like the idea of a small crowd of people staying at both the camps.
The game drivers went out of their way to show us as many animals they can and also made it very interesting.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Marula Camp experience is characterised by close proximity to wildlife, an authentic bushveld atmosphere and the intimacy of an exclusive six unit camp. The comfortable self-catering accommodation consists of 2 luxury African style safari tents with bathrooms en-suite, and 4 air-conditioned cottages, sleeping a maximum of 22 guests. This family safari camp is loved and enjoyed by guests of all ages. The outdoor pool and children's playground ensure that youngsters stay happily entertained between game drives. For the odd rainy day, there is an indoor lounge with DSTV (cable tv) and free Wi-Fi. Although dining is easy with the Tshukudu restaurant in close proximity to the camp, self-catering at Marula Camp is a breeze. The communal kitchen is fully equipped with refrigeration, storage and cooking space for each of the units, and is spotlessly maintained by friendly staff throughout the day. Each unit is equipped with a bar fridge, kettle and complimentary supplies for making coffee/tea. After the daily signature three hour game drive, guests return at night to a wood fire in the traditional African Boma, prepared by staff. Marula Camp is serviced daily, and linen and towels are provided. Guests only provide own food and drinks. Experience the sounds of the bushveld and observe wildlife at the drinking trough from the pool or your veranda. Hear the rhinos walk past the camp at night. See a bushbaby jump peek at you through the branches. Go on an unforgettable game drive and be intrigued by the stories of the bush.This, and the warm hospitality of owners Chris and Vicky Sussens, will make you want to return again and again. Marula Camp is not a place, it's an experience. ... more less