Sausage Tree Safari Camp is situated in the Balule Nature Reserve, part of the Greater Kruger Park and sanctuary to Africa’s Famous Big Five. With almost 3000 ha of traversing you can look forward to a true safari experience of wilderness and undisturbed biodiversity.
In Room Facilities:
The tents are fully furnished and have their own private deck and ensuite bathroom with a bath and outdoor shower.
Inverter or Eco based Air-conditioners are fitted in each tent ensuring that you stay cool during those warm summer nights… and can even be set to warm during those colder nights in winter.
Insect gauze on all the windows and doors keep the insects outside where they belong.
Situated just outside of Hoedspruit inside the Balule Nature Reserve with amazing veiws of the Northern Drakensberg mountain. Private game drives and nature walks with experienced guides in an Big 5 area.
Each morning and late afternoon, an experienced and professional guide will take you on a safari game drive through thick bush and along open plains in search of the Big Five (elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard) as well as general game species such as giraffe, zebra, warthog, kudu and impala. During the drives there is a lot of emphasis on giving information on everything that is encountered – whether your interest is birding, insects, plants and trees, your guide will happily share his knowledge with you!
Breakfast and lunch is served on an open deck with views of the bush and a water hole frequented by a variety of resident animals. Dinner is mostly served under the stars, in front of the fire in the boma. The camp has a lounge for those lazy siesta’s, and a cosy bar complete with a variety of first class South African wines. The deck pool becomes a remedy for those hot summer days. Should dinner be eaten on the deck on those calm, bright evenings, the fire place is lit adding some romance to those magical African nights.
Sunrise and sunset safari's in open 4 x 4 vehicles are the highlights of the day, with our professional field guides visitors can go in search of some of Africa's famous variety of mammal and bird life.