General

Honeyguide Mantobeni Tented Camp – a Luxury tented camp situated in the Manyeleti concession in the Greater Kruger National Park.

Why stay at Mantobeni Tented Camp?

      • Situated in the Manyeleti Game Reserve, with the advantage of minimal land rover traffic – allowing the feeling of exclusivity
      • Fantastic Game Viewing
      • A haven for bird enthusiasts with a wide variety of bird life
      • Walks with trackers in the African Bush
      • The uniqueness of staying in tented accommodation

Designed to reflect Hemingway’s Africa, Honeyguide Mantobeni Camp ofers 12 Nehru-styled tents overlooking a dry river bed.

Furnished with king-sized beds and an en-suite bathroom with a concrete bath, double shower and separate toilet – these styled tents offer the ultimate comfort whilst on Safari. Relax in these luxurious tents on soft leather couches

The reception areas comprise a large sitting area, indoor and outdoor areas, bar and climate controlled wine cellar.

A Day on Safari at Honeyguide Mantobeni Camp

No alarm clocks on Safari – but awaken to the sound of an African Drum calling you to start your day with the excitement of an early morning Game Drive with your ranger and tracker.

After enjoying tea, coffee or fruit juice, you will depart for your safari in an open game drive vehicle.

Spend approximately 3 hours in the Manyeleti Game Reserve in search of the Big Five, stopping for light refreshments during the morning.

After the excitement of perhaps seeing a Lion Kill, relish in a hearty breakfast back at the camp.

For those travellers who wish to enjoy the sights and sounds of the bush on foot – join the tracker on a walking safari in the bush. Bush Walks offer a different and exciting experience -the emphasis being on the plant life, small insects and animals and the abundant bird life in the area – conducted in close proximity to your camp.

If a walking safari does not appeal to you, relax at the swimming pool listening to the sounds of the bush while dipping in the crystal blue water.

After a light three-course lunch, prepare yourself for another game drive in the afternoon. Don’t forget your jackets, camera’s and binoculars – as you are sure to spot animals not yet seen.

The afternoon safari continues into the night, giving you the experience of the sounds of the night and viewing nocturnal animals. Remember it can get chilly once the sun goes down – so we always recommend taking a warm jacket and beanie.

Enjoy sundowners in the bush on your afternoon safari while watching the spectacular African Sunset – and then setting off yet again in your game drive vehicle to continue your game experience.

After a satisfying 3-hour safari, you will return to your camp to have drinks around the camp fire – sharing stories of your day’s game viewing.

Nothing beats a sumptuous dinner at the end of the day, served under the star light sky in the open-air boma.

Honeyguide Mantobeni Camp only accommodates children over the age of 12 years (for younger children, see Honeyguide Khoka Moya tented camp – ideal for family safaris).

The rates at Honeyguide include accommodation, activities, all meals and all beverages excluding bar account.

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