On the banks of the Great Letaba River, inside the provincial reserve of Letaba Ranch, is a jewel called Mtomeni Safari Camp. Named after...
On the banks of the Great Letaba River, inside the provincial reserve of Letaba Ranch, is a jewel called Mtomeni Safari Camp. Named after the jackleberry trees that shade the safari tents, this is the perfect place to sit and watch the game accessing the water below the camp.
Visitors to Mtomeni Safari Camp have access to game drives, or guided walks in the morning and the evening. The reserve’s ‘no self-drive’ policy means that guided game drives give guests an opportunity to see both the river areas along the Great Letaba, as well as into the mopani veld of Letaba Ranch. Unfenced from Kruger, Letaba Ranch is well known for its large herds of elephant and buffalo. The reserve is also a hot-spot for African wild dog sightings. Given that the camp is unfenced from the reserve, and on the banks of the Great Letaba River, there is frequent animal activity in the camp at night. For this reason guests are escorted to and from their tents when coming to the communal dining and camp-fire area.
Mtomeni Safari Camp has five safari tents on wooden decks, each with two three-quarter beds. Linen, bedding and towels are provided as part of the tariff. There is a simple en-suite with flush toilet, basin and a bucket shower in each tent.
The kitchen, dining and camp-fire facilities are communal, and give adventure travellers an ideal opportunity to get to meet and interact with other like-minded travellers. You will share a gas hob and camp fire for cooking, as well as fridge and freezer for storage of food. The necessary pots, crockery and cutlery are also supplied.