Silver price level
Kings work well for families as there are a couple of great family rooms, a nice pool, great safe play area for the kids and more. Kings Camp also boasts a kosher kitchen. The Timbavati offers a different terrain to the riverine Sabi Sands so is a nice complement. Having said that, if guests have more budget to spend on traveling to a second safari area, then there are other options to consider. Timbavati has lots of Mopane woodland which some people find less attractive.
Situated in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve, Kings Camp faces an open savanna plain with a waterhole, which is frequented by a wide variety of wildlife both day and night. As part of the greater Kruger National Park, which covers an area of 2.2 million hectares, this Timbavati safari lodge is a wildlife haven boasting a diversity of animal life including the Big 5 (lion, elephant, rhino, leopard and buffalo). With 100 km² of bush to traverse, you have plenty of space to explore the endless variety of Africa’s wildlife in an open Land Rover or on foot.
The Main Camp consists of six luxury suites, one luxury family suite and two honeymoon suites which all offer modern amenities and magnificent views of the African Bush. The luxury and honeymoon suites each have private plunge pools and comfortable outdoor lounge areas. The ultimate in safari privacy, Waterbuck Private Camp at Kings Camp, boasts a four-bedroomed villa with its own Land Rover with game ranger and tracker, as well as a villa host and chef to take care of your every need!
A thatched viewing lounge overlooks an active waterhole and the informal open plan lounge and bar are all ideal places where you can simply relax and soak up the tranquility of the African bush. Dining options include the elegant dining room, laid-back lunches on the patio, traditional boma dinners, breakfasts in the bush and private dinners on the verandah of your suite.