About Angela's Safari Camp
Angela’s Safari Camp features a breathtaking deck overlooking the Klaserie River. In true African style, works of art from local artists adorn each room so that guests can experience the authentic feel of Africa.The intimate Camp provides a welcome mixture of African chalets that can accommodate 10 guests. The landscaped garden gives way to raw, wild flora. A flagstone pathway leads guests to the awe-inspiring lookout deck, built above the Klaserie River, incorporating a second entertainment area with breath-taking views.Angela’s Safari Camp offers five chalets, each providing accommodation for two guests and featuring en-suite bathrooms with large showers. Every chalet is named after a local artist from the area, with a framed copy of the artist’s biography. The chalet is beautifully decorated with the artist’s authentic artwork.The main entertainment area provides a TV room with DSTV, a dining area and a modern, spacious open plan kitchen, scullery and laundry. The kitchen is well appointed and features a modern, large gas stove. The building is tastefully decorated with Mariette Maarschalk’s artwork and exudes comfort and relaxation. The patio is fitted with a handcrafted wooden bar and a few steps across the lawn, a boma and outside braai provide warmth and atmosphere. The thatched lookout deck of Angela’s Safari Camp, is fully equipped with a drinks fridge, braai area, rim flow pool and loungers. The covered area contains comfortable Morris chairs, while the wooden dining table and chairs (covered by a large umbrella) offer space for dining pleasure. Each room is fitted with a ceiling fan and an air-conditioner. The camp is serviced daily, which includes cleaning, washing of dishes and making up of the rooms. There is full cell phone reception, ensuring that guests remain connected if required.Two guided game drives are offered daily, scheduled at the guests’ leisure. Guides provide insight into the workings of the bushveld, the traits of the animals seen on the drive and the diverse terrain and plant life, from flat planes to rocky outcrops and hilly landscapes. The Klaserie Drift Safari Camps are home to a wide variety of predators, including lion, leopard, smaller cats, spotted hyenas, jackals and wild dogs. As such, the thrill of witnessing a kill looms around every corner. Buffalo, rhino, hippo, giraffe, elephant, a variety of buck, an array of birdlife, baboons, monkeys and mongooses can be spotted daily – to name but a few.
Safari: Guided game viewing at the camp takes place twice daily. Guests will have the opportunity to see a myriad of wild animals including the Big 5 and various bird species.
Stay for 4 nights and only pay for 3 nights between 01 Oct 2017 and 31 Dec 2017.
- Valid for 10 guests or more
- 4 night min stay (check-in between 01 Oct 2017 and 31 Dec 2017)
- A minimum booking amount of R30660 is required.
- Book before 31 May 2017 to receive this special.
Angela's Safari Camp Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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(25.8 km from Klaserie Private Nature Reserve)
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(24.9 km from Klaserie Private Nature Reserve)
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(27.9 km from Klaserie Private Nature Reserve)
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