Camp Jabulani Location: A 13 000-ha, Big-Five game reserve in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Camp Jabulani is easily accessible by road and air. The camp is situated approximately 480 km from Johannesburg and daily flights are available between Johannesburg International Airport and the Eastgate Airport, Hoedspruit. Camp Jabulani Activities: Gym Wildlife Game Drives Safari Self Drive Walking Elephant Back Photography Birding Luxury Tented Camp Spa Golf Day Tour Game Cruise Swimming Pool Camp Jabulani Attractions: Situated on a reserve that is home to the Big Five and a myriad of other animals and plants, there are unequalled opportunities to experience the tranquility of the African bush. The reserve incorporates the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre, which is widely known for its contribution to conservation. Camp Jabulani Facilities: The safari camp boasts six ultra-luxurious and spacious tented suites, each with a private deck, plunge pool, fireplace, well-stocked private bar and air-conditioning. Ablution facilities include a large Victorian bath, double vanity and glass-enclosed shower with a view over the adjacent natural surroundings. Suites are located in such a way that each is completely private from the others. Each suite is discreetly tended by a personal butler to take care of guests’ every need. The architecture and finishing of the camp combines with stylish furnishings to reflect the rich textures of Africa. Additional facilities at the camp include a well-equipped gym, sauna and spa. While facilities and service at Camp Jabulani will satisfy the most discerning guests, the cuisine will surpass their expectations. Served with style and flair, all dishes are a work of art and combine exquisite flavours and textures. From lavish breakfasts and gourmet picnics to formal-plated or riverbed dinners, meals are truly a delight. Camp Jabulani Additional Information: Elephant safaris daily, morning and evening game drives, bush walks, bird watching, clay pigeon shooting and a visit to the world renowned Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre. Elephant-back safaris make for an exciting and novel way of game viewing. Seated on comfortable canvas-covered saddles behind an experienced handler, guests get to view the animals from close proximity as the gentle giants move silently and in single file through the bush. Game viewing can also be enjoyed in open vehicles and at sunset include sundowners in the bush.