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Camp Jabulani Properties

Camp Jabulani
6 Luxury Suites

Each of the 6 luxury suites are remote and private. With every creature comfort met, the suites offer the optimum environment in which to relax and recharge. Massive wooden sliding doors present interiors which are a pure translation of style, comfort, elegance and appreciation of the environment. Pure cotton sheets, massive bath-tubs, an outdoor glass-enclosed shower, a fire-place with a separate lounge area, and a private plunge pool complement each of the rooms. Suites are also equipped with a mini-bar, safe, hairdryer and electric blanket. Comfort is ensured by the 24 hour temperature control and overhead ceiling fan. A dedicated butler completes the experience by personally responding to the needs of the guest. During the day the walls of the suites are rolled away to bring the bush just that bit closer. In the evenings, cozy lighting, a blazing fire and a welcoming bed draw to a perfect close another day in Africa.
Kapama Private Game Reserve, South Africa

Year Round

South Africa is a year-round destination, and the best time to visit depends on your priorities. Safaris are best in the winter months (May to August). The grass is lowest, so game viewing is easier, and the temperatures are mild (maximum 20-23C). There is very little winter rainfall in the north. Namaqualand, in the Western and Northern Cape Provinces, becomes a floral phenomenon in spring (mid-August to mid-October), when the desert-like terrain is transformed into a carpet of flowers, drawing thousands of visitors. The best season for the beach is summer (November to mid-March). The southern regions are summer destinations, with low summer rainfall. Temperatures reach 28-30C or higher on truly beautiful days. The warm waters of the east coast make for almost year-round swimming. South Africans tend to take their annual holidays in summer, causing tourist destinations to be overcrowded from mid-December to late January, as well as during the other school holidays.
Elephant Rides, Game Drives, Bird Viewing, Plunge Pool, Gym & Spa.

You will not find a daily itinerary on this site. This is because we structure your days at Camp Jabulani based on your preference. We will liase with you in terms of your options, and will tailor your experience with us accordingly. Guests can enjoy Elephant back safaris. Nothing quite tops the first introduction to the Camp Jabulani elephants! Their sheer size and presence is humbling. Paul bridges the gap between man and giant with an informative introduction and orientation into the personalities of the elephants providing useful information that will no doubt both entertain and educate. And so begins the elephant safari. Each particpant is partnered with an elephant based on temperament. Guests mount their elephant via a specially constructed ramp. Atop their mighty spines, guests soon become lulled by the step by step amble – the gentle "side to side" rocking motion. Moving in single file (with Jabulani in the lead), silence reigns. A silence with no words – but with beautiful harmonious communication of the bush and its’ inhabitants.

Share in the ultimate African experience. View tree tops, birds nests, and giraffes almost face to face. Sail high above the bush veld and feel part of the environment, instead of being just a passive observer. On elephant back, one is truly an integral part of the experience. Afternoon safaris are conducted just before the sun sets – the elephants ultimately converge on the romantic setting of lanterns, a white linen table adorned with a selection of beverages, crystal glasses, fresh flowers and delectable canapes specially prepared by the chef. Guests are able to join experienced rangers in open safari vehicles as they head out in search of The Big 5, and the smaller (but no less significant) creatures that are part of an African Safari. Identify the call of a bird; follow the bark of a baboon or the roar of a lion in the midst of their natural environment. Safaris may be arranged at any time of the day. A word of warning though…. the summer months are incredibly hot in the middle of the day! This time is best enjoyed around the cool respite of a private plunge pool with a chilled G & T in hand.
Guest Reviews

"This is one of the most beautiful places in the world and we feel lucky to have found you! We will return again soon; loved every moment of our incredible visit!"

"The new Rolls Royce of game reserves in South Africa."

"You anticipated and subsequently met & exceeded our expectations. We could have asked for nothing more!"
- South Africa

"I'm lost for words."

"To experience a special person's dream and passion is a rare privilege indeed."
- South Africa

"What a joy to float above the tree tops on the back of a beautiful beast".
- South Africa

"Absolutely the most outstanding facility I've seen in Africa. Thanks for the fantastic service. We will never forget your hospitality. We'll be back."

"A magical once-in-a-lifetime experience. Thank you!"
- UK
Camp Jabulani provides the perfect African experience. The camp offers guests truly opulent accommodation to go with an unforgettable wildlife experience. The unique architecture of the central meeting and dining accommodation is carefully complemented by stylish furnishings that reflect the rich textures of Africa.
The unique architecture of the central meeting and dining accommodation is carefully complemented by stylish furnishings that reflect the rich textures of Africa. In addition to the serenity of the bush, the camp offers gym and spa facilities, as well as telephone, fax and email facilities for those who need them.

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