The Lodge

nDzuti Safari Camp offers you an exceptional African safari experience, simply because it is not a hotel in the bush, but rather our base from where we offer a sojourn into the African Bush to experience and bear witness to the creatures of the wild and their daily dramas that unfold there.

nDzuti Safari Camp is based deep in the Maseke Game Reserve with no boundaries between our concession and the rest of the Klaserie, Timbavati and Greater Kruger Park’s vast block of wilderness. Animals are free to come and go following ancient routes between breeding and feeding grounds.

Accommodation at nDzuti is a choice between luxury safari tents and two-room chalets. The four luxury safari tents are permanent structures with en-suite bathrooms, doors and not zipped flaps and air conditioning. The tents all have a un-interrupted view over the waterhole in front of the camp. The four chalets have two en-suite bedrooms in each with a central lounge in between. There is a large covered patio out front, ideal accommodation for families or groups of friends traveling together.


nDzuti Safari Camp is an affordable, traditional safari camp providing excellent game viewing and unpretentious hospitality in Maseke Game Reserve located in the Greater Kruger Park. Wildlife Encounters operate the charming nDzuti Safari Camp which has recently added four luxury safari tents to the existing four thatched chalets.

nDzuti Safari Camp offers traditional big 5 safaris for families and friends, accommodating a total of 24 guests at any one time on a large and productive area within the Maseke Game Reserve, a part of the Greater Kruger Park.

nDzuti Safari Camp is built in the shadow of a spectacular rocky out crop or koppie as they are called in Africa. The word nDzuti means shadow or shade in the local Shangaan language. The four chalets in the indigenous garden are roomy and well- spaced, sleeping 4 guests in each and ideal for families. The four tents with views over the waterhole are newly added, offering experiential accommodation at it’s best – sleeping under canvas!  En-suite bathrooms, doors and not zips with flaps, and air- conditioning add a touch of luxury to tents.

Central to the camp is the sparkling swimming pool, positioned on the terrace so guests can watch animals come to the waterhole from the pool. The dining pavilion and thatched bar complete the central area and the reeded boma on the western wing.  Evening meals and breakfasts are served in the open air boma, from where there is also a view over the waterhole.  The central fire with seating is welcoming for after- diner coffee and roasted marshmallows.

Ndzuti Balule
Balule Ndzuti