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Ngala Private Game Reserve was the first reserve to be incorporated into the game rich Kruger National Park (all 36,500 acres of it), and the tented camp gives guests an authentic safari experience, surrounded by wildlife.
Positioned on the banks of the Timbavati River, the nine tents are raised on wooden platforms. All are extremely spacious, have outdoor showers, oversized baths, and wooden decks overlooking the river.
Ngala private Reserve shares its borders with Kruger National Park, and the wildlife therefore is abundant. Go on game drives and walking safaris to see the prolific array that includes the Big Five, including breeding herds of elephant and plenty of lion; leopard; and wild dog which thrive due to the vast terrain.
When not on safari, there is a lap pool from where guests can view game in the seasonal Timbavati riverbed. At night, gather round the camp fire to exchange tales of the days events and eat delicious food in the open.
There are a number of viewing decks dotted along the river bed; fantastic places to enjoy a sundowner whilst keeping an eye out for the abundant wildlife.
Tom, Original Traveller