Winding wooden pathways lead the way from the main camp, through the lush gardens and to the secluded rooms, nestled into the bush. There are a total of 6 safari-style bedrooms that can accommodate up to 12 people. Rooms have comfortable king size beds with modern bathrooms which overlook the rugged bushveld.
The rooms are well equipped for a stylish and comfortable stay in the bush and are furnished in iconic safari-style decor with rustic finishes. A wooden balcony flows out from the rooms, each of which incorporates plenty of light. Each room has air-conditioning, overhead fans, tea/coffee making facilities, and luxury bathroom amenities.
Nambu is the perfect hideaway to cocoon yourself in luxury while falling asleep to the sounds of nature.
Dotted among the trees, chalets make a statement with their bold exteriors. Interiors are more muted, and the rustic pieces used throughout pay homage to the surrounding environment. The outdoor patio is adorned with decking chairs and a seating area, making it ideal for taking in the sublime surroundings.
There are 6 luxury rooms, each with a variety of configurations. Rooms 1 and 2 have a private entrance and individual balconies, while the remaining rooms are adjacent with shared entrances (rooms 3/4 and 5/6).
Each room has King size beds that can be configured to twin beds. Modern bathrooms with sweeping bushveld views and expansive showers ensure there’s a maximum level of comfort throughout.
Added value services include: a daily turndown, laundry service upon request, and an array of high-quality bathroom products. Rooms have all of the creature comforts from home such as air-conditioning, ceiling fans, hanging space and tea & coffee making facilities.
Nambu Camp is located in the Big 5 Olifants West Nature Reserve in the heart of the Greater Kruger, 16.2 km outside of Hoedspruit.
Guests fly to Hoedspruit/Eastgate Airport from Johannesburg, Cape Town or Durban, and are met by their host from Nambu and driven the last distance to camp. This last leg is a drive through a big five area, so keep your eyes peeled for early game-viewing.
Those choosing to self-drive from Johannesburg, can enjoy a scenic 5-hour drive to camp. Once in the reserve, self-drivers will find the roads easily navigable.