We stayed two nights at Tamboti, and really enjoyed the experience. Check in at Orpen Camp was very professional. It's a smaller camp than normal, so there more privacy. I think there were about 40 safari tents in the camp. You are certainly in the middle of the wilderness here, but there is an electric fence outside each tent that keeps out most animals. The shared bathrooms aren't too far away, and were clean and well maintained. The shared kitchens had three 2 burner hot plates that worked fine for cooking (most people use the braais). It's a rustic camp and you really feel close to nature here. Saw some interesting sightings near the camp, and the surrounding area is great for wildlife viewing too. Not as many people here as in the south part of Kruger.
The tent itself is fairly small, but there is a good size dresser and also a full sized fridge in there, and a small fan (the tents would be quite hot in the summer, but we were fine in the Fall). The two single beds in the tent were comfortable, and had good quality linens. They have 10 tents with en suites, which would be nice, but they weren't available when we booked. The tent is on an elevated deck, with a nice wooden patio where you can eat your meals, have a sundowner and look for wildlife outside the fence. The tented camp experience is different than staying in bungalows in other camps, and well worth a try for the mildly adventurous!
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