We have stayed at Tamboti several times over the last 15 years and it continues each time to be a wonderful experience.
This time we stayed for one night in 2 x 4 sleeper tents. Tamboti is a few kilometres from the main Orpen camp which is where you just check in, the staff in Orpne are very helpful and night drives will pick you up inside Tamboti if you wnat to go. This tented camp has no facilities such as a restaurant , petrol or shop so you stock up at Orpen before driving on to the camp. Each tent has 2 -4 beds ( bedding and towels supplied), a fridge, fan , braai, outside table and chairs. Pots cutlery etc you need to bring with or hire from Orpen. Kitchen and bathroom facilities are communal and reasonably close to all the ternts. Most of the tents face the premiter fence which is along a dry riverbed.
Well kept and clean camp where you can sit out on your deck and listen to the animals throughout the night. We saw a black backed jackal, a civet and an african wild cat from our deck. Be careful to keep things closed as the baboons raid the camp on a regular basis overturning dustbins and being a regular nuisance.
Plenty of cats lion and cheetah in this area along with elephant and buffalo. Well worth a stay!