Mutale Falls Camp | Self Catering | Accommodation | Bush Hiking | Game Drives | Bird Watching | Game Watching | Big Five Safari

Ntomeni to Mutale Falls

Via Giani, Punda- and Pafuri Gates
Distance about 277 km.

After enjoying Ntomeni so much, we were looking forward to the time we were planning to spend in Mutale Falls. We took the way through the top part of the Kruger, so we left early to be able to get to the Makuya Park gate in time.

The trip through Vendaland was very relaxing and we enjoyed the trip. At Punda we entered as day visitors and left for the Pafuri Gate. On the way we saw some Elephants, but by now we were so used to these big mammals that we did not stop for them, unless they do something interesting!.. ..

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Posted on 6 March 2008 by Linx



Linx Trip Reports: From Pretoria to Riverwild | Ndzhaka | Buffelshoek | Ntomeni | Mutale Falls | Back to Ivoryroute

Ntomeni to Mutale Falls

Mutale Falls Mutale Falls is the ideal place for people who love self-catering and the Big Five experience.

Situated in the Great Letaba Game Reserve, which forms part of the greater Kruger National Park, you have all the advantages of going to the Kruger, with the added advantages of exclusivity and the absence of masses of other tourists who get between you and a peaceful nature experience.

To see animals, one can go on a game drive with the guides. One can also go on a game walk in the bush in the company of an armed ranger. Finally, you can see animals while staying in the camp, since the camp is not fenced and wild animals pass through the camp at will, adding to the excitement of camping in truly wild bush.

Accommodation The accommodation at Mutale Falls consists of five luxury on-suite tents with beds and mattresses. One has to bring your own bedding, towels, etc.

The bathrooms are en-suite and have gas facilities to heat water for your shower. There is no electricity in the camp, this being a true rustic bush camp. The kitchen facilities are in the lapa near the tents, where you can put your food and drinks in a fridge or two freezers. There is also water for washing and cooking

Cooking is on gas stoves in pots and pans provided by the camp. Cutlery and plates and dishes are also provided.

Activities include Bird watching, Game viewing in the camp, game drives (day or night or combined) and game walks.

Read our first hand experience of the reserve at the top left corner of this page.

Reservations: - Tel: 015 295 2829 Fax: 015 291 2654 E-mail :