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Tydon Safari Camp

Tydon Safari Camp

$232 per person

AA safari tour with Tydon African Safaris and a few nights’ accommodation in one of their 3 lovely bush camps in the Sabi Sands area promises to make a lasting impact on you and be a memory to cherish forever.

Tydon Safari Camp comprises of three camps namely Tydon Bush Camp, Tydon Eco Camp and Tydon Safari Camp. The main difference between Tydon Eco Camp and the other two Tydon tented camps is the eco-camp does not have electricity. It’s completely off the grid and all facilities in the camp are run using solar-powered energy sources.
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Tydon Safari Camp is located in the southern section of Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve which has 50-kilometre unfenced boundary with the Kruger National Park.

Tydon Bush Camp is an intimate tented safari bush camp set in a beautiful bushveld setting in what is regarded as one of the premier wildlife destinations in southern Africa. Children 16 years and older are welcome at Tydon Bush Camp.
Tydon African Safaris prides itself in creating safari tours that are memorable; coupled with Tydon’s signature reputation for excellent personal service and attention to detail.

Tydon Safari Camp offers guests a choice of safari tour packages ranging from 3-day to 7-day safari tours. The longer-stay safari tours include day visits to the iconic Kruger National Park. Guests can choose to stay within Sabi Sands or on its border.

Each day starts and ends with a game drives and in-between guests can laze around the intimate bush camp soaking up the peace and tranquility and keeping your eye on the bush for passing animals and birds. Guests staying 4-nights and longer are treated to daily guided bush walks. Evenings are spent around a roaring firepit in the outdoor dining boma.

Tydon Bush Camp

Tydon Bush Camp – 4 semi-luxury safari tents, sleeping up to 8 adults

Tydon Bush Camp is located in the southern section of Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve.

Guests have the choice of 4 comfortable safari tents with ensuite bathrooms. The airconditioned canvas safari tents provide an authentic African safari experience which is comfortable and understated.

Set on a raised wooden platform overlooking beautiful bushveld surrounds, each Tydon safari tent has a comfortable Queen or three-quarter bed and modern conveniences to make it a comfortable and relaxing experience. The ensuite bathroom facility has a toilet, basin and shower but no bath to reduce water wastage.

The tents are made from heavy-duty canvas and are sealed. They’re very safe to sleep in and almost insect-free because of permanent mosquito netting on the windows.

Children 16 years and older are welcome in Tydon Bush Camp in Sabi Sands. Younger children are welcome only if Tydon Bush Camp is booked on an exclusive-use basis.

Amenities at Tydon Bush Camp includes:

  • electricity
  • air-conditioning (cold and warm)
  • thatched lapa (lounge and covered dining area)
  • boma (firepit andoutdoor dining area)
  • cash bar for local beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and bottled water
  • digital safe for valuables
  • open lapa area (outdoor relaxation and dining area)
  • books and games for light entertainment
  • quality linen and towels
  • hair dryer
  • tea and coffee-making facility
  • complimentary toiletries; insect repellent, soaps, shower cap, tissues, shampoo and shower gel
  • laundry service at a fee
Tydon bush camp boma area
Tydon bush camp bedroom

Tydon Safari Camp

Tydon Safari Camp – 7 semi-luxury safari tents, sleeping up to 14 adults and 6 children

Guests have the choice of 7 semi-luxury safari tents which are carefully positioned in beautiful bushveld surrounds. Set on a raised platform with its own viewing deck, each private safari tent offers guests comfort, privacy and pure tranquility. The camp has 3 tents that are family tents.

The safari tents at Tydon Safari Camp are made from heavy-duty canvas and are sealed. They’re very safe and almost insect-free because of permanent mosquito netting on the windows. Each unit is airconditioned and ensuite with a toilet, basin and shower but no bath to reduce water wastage.

Equipped with either a comfortable Queen or three-quarter bed and modern conveniences, Tydon Safari Camp promises all the charm of an old-fashioned camping trip in the bush without the hassle and discomforts.

Children 5 years and older are welcome at Tydon Safari Camp.

Amenities at Tydon Safari Camp includes:

  • electricity
  • air-conditioning (cold and warm)
  • thatched lapa (lounge and covered dining area)
  • boma (firepit andoutdoor dining area)
  • plunge pool
  • cash bar for local beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and bottled water
  • digital safe for valuables
  • books and games for light entertainment
  • quality linen and towels
  • hair dryer
  • tea and coffee-making facility
  • complimentary toiletries; insect repellent, soaps, shower cap, tissues, shampoo and shower gel
  • laundry service at a fee
Connected by elevated wooden walkways, these suites are all strategically positioned along the banks of the seasonal riverbed. All the suite decks overlook the riverbed and the magnificent sycamore groves.

Tydon Eco Camp

Tydon Safari Camp – 7 semi-luxury safari tents, sleeping up to 14 adults

Tydon Eco Camp is located on the boundary of Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, close to Shaw’s Gate. It’s also ideally located a short drive from Paul Kruger Gate which is the main Kruger Park entrance for the south-western region of the national park and the popular Skukuza Rest Camp and Skukuza Airport.

This unique tented camp in Greater Kruger Park offers comfortable accommodation in 7 modern canvas safari tents with a separate private bathroom (not ensuite).

The main difference between Tydon Eco Camp and the other two Tydon tented camps is the eco-camp does not have electricity. It’s completely off the grid and all facilities in the camp are run using solar-powered energy sources.

Tydon Eco Camp offers its guests an authentic African safari experience with all the nostalgia of an old-fashioned camping trip in the bush but none of the hassle and discomfort. Tucked away in beautiful bushveld surrounds, each canvas safari tent promises privacy and complete peace and tranquility.

Amenities in Tydon Eco Camp include:

  • thatched lapa (lounge and covered dining area)
  • boma (firepit andoutdoor dining area)
  • plunge pool
  • cash bar for local beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and bottled water
  • quality linen and towels
  • solar powered plug points and fan in safari tents
  • bath towels and swimming pool towels are provided
Tydon bush camp lounge area
Tydon bush camp bathroom

Children 16 years and older are welcome in Tydon Bush Camp in Sabi Sands. Younger children are welcome only if Tydon Bush Camp is booked on an exclusive-use basis.

FAQ's

Question: Best Time to Visit Tydon Bush Camp

Answer: May-August and December

 

Question: Where is Tydon Bush Camp

Answer: Tydon Bush Camp is located in the southern section of Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve.

More About Tydon Safari Camp

Tydon Bush Camp

Tydon African Safaris prides itself in creating safari tours that are memorable; coupled with Tydon’s signature reputation for excellent personal service and attention to detail. Their guides are experienced and professional and very passionate about wildlife, birds and photography.

Game drives are always extraordinary, particular in Sabi Sands which is ‘leopard country’.

  • Included
    Airport Transfers
    Breakfast
    Meals
    Personal Safari Guide
  • Not Included
    5 Star Accommodation
    Boutique purchases
    Departure Taxes
    Entry Fees
    Flights
    Premium Brands and Cellar wines
    Spa treatments and Laundry
    Telephone
    Wifi

TOUR LOCATION

Unnamed Rd, Sabie Park, 1260, South Africa, Sabie Park, 1260

Inclusions and exclusions

Rates Include: Tydon Safari Camp and Tydon Bush Camp
  • Electricity
  • Air-conditioning (cold and warm)
  • Thatched lapa (lounge and covered dining area)
  • Boma (firepit andoutdoor dining area)
  • Cash bar for local beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and bottled water
  • Digital safe for valuables
  • Open lapa area (outdoor relaxation and dining area)
  • Books and games for light entertainment
  • Quality linen and towels
  • Hair dryer
  • Tea and coffee-making facility
  • Complimentary toiletries; insect repellent, soaps, shower cap, tissues, shampoo and shower gel
  • Laundry service at a fee
  Rates Include: Tydon Eco Camp
  • Thatched lapa (lounge and covered dining area)
  • Boma (firepit andoutdoor dining area)
  • Plunge pool
  • Cash bar for local beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and bottled water
  • Quality linen and towels
  • Solar powered plug points and fan in safari tents
  • Bath towels and swimming pool towels are provided

Facilities and Amenities at Tydon Safari Camp

Description of Facilities / Amenities Tydon Safari Camp
Tydon Safari Camp | Number of tents7 semi-luxury safari tents
Tydon Bush Camp | Number of tents4 semi-luxury safari tents
Tydon Eco Camp | Number of tents7 traditional safari tents
LODGE FACILITIES
Back up ElectricityYes
BomaYes
Boutique Shop**Yes
ChildrenYes
Full bar facilitiesYes
GymNo
Handicapped SuiteNo
LoungeYes
Meeting FacilitiesNo
ParkingYes
Spa*No
Swimming PoolYes
Telephone/Fax FacilitiesNo
WiFi***No
Wine CellarNo
SUITE FACILITIES
Air ConditioningYes
En-Suite BathroomsYes
FansYes
HairdryersYes
Lounge AreaNo
Mini-BarsNo
Pool/JacuzziNo
Safes in suiteYes
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities (Nespresso machines) Yes
TelephoneNo
DELUXE, PRESIDENTIAL AND LUXURY SUITES – ADDITIONAL FACILITIES
King Size BedsYes
Private PoolNo
 

TYDON SAFARI CAMP LIFE ENRICHING EXPERIENCES

 

Tydon bush camp deckGLAMPING SAFARI TOUR

At Tydon’s tented camps, you’re not hemmed in by brick walls, glass windows or wooden doors. The only thing between you and the wild, untamed African bushveld is the thick fabric of a classic canvas safari tent. It’s perfectly safe and almost insect-free because there’s permanent mosquito netting on the tent windows. Glamping as they call it is an ‘off-the-grid’ bushveld experience with all the nostalgia and simple pleasures of old-school camping and none of the hassles and discomforts. It’s the new safari trend and offers a wonderful alternative to the overdone luxury game lodges. The sounds, sights and smells of the bushveld are amplified, particularly in the still of the night. Gavin and Vangie van der Merwe who designed and built Tydon’s three tented camps have struck the ideal balance; offering an authentic camping experience with enough modern conveniences to ensure your stay is comfortable and highly enjoyable. Each tented camp offers something unique.  

Tydon bush camp bedroomOUTDOOR DINING

Enjoy delicious authentic African cuisine served in the outdoor boma at all three Tydon bushveld camps. Vegetarian meals and special dietary needs can be prepared if notice is given in advance. Breakfast is served after the early morning game drive and is usually a selection of fresh fruit, yoghurts, cereals, freshly-baked muffins and crumpets. A traditional cooked breakfast is an option if requested. Fresh fruit juice and tea and coffee are served with breakfast. Lunch is a refreshing light meal that varies from day to day. It’s served with a selection of fresh salads and fruit. Dinner is a hearty affair served under the stars in the outdoor dining area. Guests gather around a roaring campfire with the glow of flickering lanterns setting the mood. Traditional South African dishes are prepared, cooked over an open fire or in a 3-legged pot called a potjie. A delicious selection of vegetable dishes and salad accompany the main meal which is usually combination of tasty meat stews or grilled meat. It’s what local South Africans call a ‘braai’. Tydon African Safaris has a liquor license and runs a cash bar at its bush camps. Local beers, wine, spirits, ciders, soft drinks and bottled water are available.

FULLY-INSURED TOUR OPERATOR

Tydon African Safaris is a fully licensed and insured tour operator with extensive public liability insurance. Established in 2010, Tydon African Safaris has been taking visitors of safari tours in the Greater Kruger National Park for almost two decades and has the experience and expertise to offer the safest safari tour experience in southern Africa. As part of its terms and conditions, Tydon African Safaris requires its guests to also take out their own comprehensive travel insurance. This is insurance against personal accidents, cancellations, loss of baggage, theft or any other eventuality. As a member of SATSA, Tydon African Safaris is covered by bonding insurance which ensures its guests never lose any money paid up front. For transfers from Johannesburg to Sabi Sands, Tydon African Safaris has 6top-of-the-range transfer vehicles including two Toyota Quantum (13 passengers), two Toyota Etios (2 passengers), Toyota Land Cruiser (4 passengers) and a Toyota Fortuner (4 passengers). For daily game drives, Tydon African Safaris uses an open safari vehicles which is either a 4x4 Land Rover or Toyota Hilux equipped with special seating and frame for a Big 5 safari tour.

VARIED SAFARI TOUR PACKAGES

Tydon African Safaris specialises in wildlife safaris for the luxury traveller, budget adventure seeker, families, couples and small groups. The safari tour packages are varied but generally focus on safari holidays to the Kruger National Park and Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve. Tailormade safari tour packages take guests on game drives in Sabi Sands as well the safari hotspots in the Kruger National Park; depending on the safari tour package you’ve chosen. Tydon’s popular safari packages range from 3-day to 7-day luxury safari tours. The longer-stay safari tours return to Johannesburg via the world-famous Panorama Route in Mpumalanga.  

SELF-DRIVE SAFARI OPTION

The self-drive safari tour package offered by Tydon excludes transfers from Johannesburg or Nelspruit. This package is popular for travellers who prefer to travel in their own car or a hire car to our safari camps and onto to other tourist destinations in the Greater Kruger region. The self-drive option reduces the overall cost of the package. It’s offered on a 2-night minimum stay safari tour package; staying at either Tydon Bush Camp inside Sabi Sands or Tydon Safari Camp on the Sabi Sands boundary. Bear in mind, if you choose Tydon’s self-drive safari tour package and stay in Tydon Bush Camp in Sabi Sands; you are only allowed to drive between Shaw’s Gate and the bush camp in your own vehicle on arrival and departure. All game viewing in Sabi Sands is on an open safari vehicle driven by a professional ranger. Gate fees are excluded from the self-drive safari tour package and are payable on arrival at Shaw’s Gate.  

DISCONNECT FROM TECHNOLOGY

There is no Wi-Fi at a Tydon bushveld camp. Due to its remote location in Sabi Sands, cell phone reception is often poor. This means you can completely disconnect from the outside world and soak up the peace and tranquility of the beautiful bushveld. No internet connectivity is a decision Tydon African Safaris took to offer its guests an authentic safari experience. Guests are requested to turn their cell phones off in the outside boma area and, in particular, on game drives. This is out of respect for those guests who wish to completely escape from the world of technology and constant communication.  

WORLD-RENOWNED WILDERNESS AREA

Sabi Sand Private Game Reservespans some 65 000 hectares of pristine bushveld that’s world-renowned for its incredible fauna and flora. It forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park which in turn forms part of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park. The region is part of the Kruger2Canyons Biosphere which was designated by UNESCO as an International Man and Biosphere Reserve. The Sabi Sands shares an unfenced 50-kilometre boundary with the Kruger Park and game has free access to roam the vast wilderness region. Accumulatively, the collection of the finest private game reserves in South Africa that make up the Greater Kruger Park add 180 000 hectares to the iconic Kruger National Park. The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park is known as a Peace Park and is a dynamic conservation initiative which unfolded across the southern African region. One of the main goals for The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park is that both wildlife and local communities benefit from increased eco-tourism to the area. Established in the early 2000s, the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park was created to support sustainable ecotourism across South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. It’s an exemplary process of partnerships between governments and the private sector and makes a significant contribution to creating what could be the world’s greatest animal kingdom. The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park links the Limpopo National Park in Mozambique; the Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa; and Gonarezhou National Park, Manjinji Pan Sanctuary and Malipati Safari Area in Zimbabwe. It also includes two areas between Kruger and Gonarezhou, namely the Sengwe communal land in Zimbabwe and the Makuleke region in South Africa which adds an additional 35 000 square kilometres. This vast lowland savanna ecosystem is bisected by the majestic Lebombo Mountains which runs along the border between South Africa and Mozambique. Five major river systems cross this ecoregion. The four main landscapes include lowland savanna grassland plains in the majority of the region; a hilly granite plateau in the western region; the Lebombo Mountains; and the floodplain riverbank areas along the Save, Changane, Limpopo, Olifants, Shingwedzi and Komati rivers. There are five distinct types of vegetation in the protected wildlife region; Mopane woodlands and shrubveld in the northern portions, mixed bushveld in the southern half, sandveld in the southeastern areas of Mozambique, riverine woodlands mostly in Kruger and Gonarezhou, and seasonally flooded and dry grasslands in and around Banhine National Park. The Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park also holds significant cultural importance. Stone-age artefacts and more recently Iron Age implements at many sites provide evidence of a very long and almost continuous presence of humans in the area. Early inhabitants were San hunter-gatherers who left numerous rock-paintings scattered across the region, while Bantu people entered about 800 years ago, gradually displacing the San. Available evidence suggests that humans occurred at low density and were mostly confined to the more permanent river-courses. It is reasonable to assume from the continuous presence at some sites (Pafuri, for example) that humans and wildlife existed in harmony, with no major impact of humans on wildlife or the reverse. The arid nature of the environment, together with an abundance of predators and diseases (e.g. malaria) would have played a role in preventing large-scale human population growth and settlement. Nevertheless, sophisticated cultures already existed by the 16th century, as evidenced by the Thulamela and other ruins near Pafuri in the Kruger National Park.

BIG 5 SAFARI DESTINATION

The Tydon tented camps are located within or on the border of Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve which is regarded as one of the finest protected wildlife corridors in southern Africa. The private nature reserve is made up of a group of 18 unfenced independent game reserves and spans some 65 000 hectares of savanna thornveld. Officially named Sabi Sand Wildtuin (meaning ‘wilderness’ in Afrikaans), the premier wildlife sanctuary falls within the Greater Kruger National Park. There are no fences between the privately-owned reserves and the Kruger National Park and game moves freely through the vast wilderness region. Sabi Sands is the oldest private nature reserve in South Africa and dates back to 1934. The unfenced private game reserve is home to the Big 5 which includes elephant, buffalo, rhino, leopard and lion as well as an abundance of antelope, general game and other predators. Bird life is prolific with some 500 species recorded in the nature reserve; many endangered and rare bird species are found in Sabi Sands. Two major permanent rivers run through Sabi Sands. The Sabie River creates the southerly border of the reserve and the Sand River flows from the north west to the south east for about 50 kilometres. These two valuable water sources support an incredible array of animals as well as water birds. In winter, the game tend to congregate close to the rivers which is excellent for game viewing.  

EXCLUSIVITY AND LOW TOURIST NUMBERS

The tourist footprint of the private game reserves in the Sabi Sands is low; considerably lower than in the Kruger National Park which suffers from a ‘queue to view’ scenario. There is no ‘self-drive’ option for game viewing in Sabi Sands and visitors explore the reserve in an open safari vehicle in the company of a professional game ranger and tracker. Sabi Sands enforces a strict game viewing protocol which limits the number of open safari vehicles around animals. For example, only two game vehicles are allowed at a leopard sighting and three vehicles around a lion kill. In remote corners of Sabi Sands, visitors could be mistaken in thinking they’re the only people in the reserve. It’s the ultimate safari experience with such rare exclusivity.  

PROFESSIONAL GUIDES & TRACKERS

Game rangers and trackers working at private game reserves in Sabi Sands are some of the best in southern Africa. They have extensive bushveld experience and a vast knowledge of the fauna and flora of Sabi Sands. The Shangaan trackers are highly skilled at picking up animal spoor and spotting elusive game such as leopard. Game spotting on a night drive is a completely different skill. Sometimes all a tracker relies on is seeing the white glint of an animal’s eye. You also have the option of going on a fascinating guided bush walk if you’ve chosen as 5-day or more safari tour package. A bush walk is a wonderful thing to do in Sabi Sands because it gives you a completely different perspective on the bushveld and it’s a chance to learn more about the lesser-known animals that tend to be ignored on a hunt for the Big 5.  Your armed safari guide will also spend time telling you more about the cultural and medicinal properties of the trees and plants in the bush.  

BIG 5 AND LITTLE 5 GAME VIEWING

The Big 5 is the major drawcard to any wildlife destination in Africa but you can have as much fun getting to know and seeing the Little 5, the Shy 5 and the Impossible 5.

Big 5

The Big 5 refers to five large mammals found in Africa which are elephant, Cape buffalo, rhino, lion and leopard. It doesn’t include hippo and giraffe. The term was given to the five animals which were the hardest to track and shoot by big-game hunters as they are dangerous as well as ferocious when injured. Many safari travellers are obsessed with seeing the Big 5 and sometimes forget to pay attention to all the other amazing animals in the bushveld.

The Little 5

The Little 5 is a list created by safari guides which are the smaller and more elusive species in the bushveld. When you’ve ticked off the Big 5, the challenge turns to ‘hunting’ down the Little 5 and getting to know what role they play in bush ecology. The Little 5 includes the ant lion, leopard tortoise, elephant shrew, rhino beetle and buffalo weaver. The buffalo weaver is a common species found in acacia trees and the rhino beetle is easily spotted with the help of a skilled Shangaan tracker.

The Ugly 5

The Ugly 5 is an unfortunate term for the ugliest creatures found in the Greater Kruger National Park. They’re the underdogs of a safari tour but really important in the role they play in bushveld ecology. The members of the Ugly 5 club include hyena, wildebeest, vulture, warthog and the marabou stork. They’re quirky animals and have weird body features such as sloping backs, bald heads and ugly faces with protruding warts.

The Shy 5

The Shy 5 is a group of animals which are elusive and inconspicuous in the bushveld. The Shy 5 includes the meerkat, aardvark, porcupine, aardwolf and the bat-eared fox. These animals are nocturnal species except for the meerkat. They’re an interesting attraction on a night game drive but hard to spot without the skilled eye of your tracker. The aardvark has a long snout and lives on a diet of ants, which is why it’s often mistaken for an anteater. The main difference is aardvarks use claws to dig while an anteater uses its long snout; aardvarks have light course hair and large ears while anteaters have more fur and small ears.

The Impossible 5

This is a grouping of animals that are very rare and almost impossible to find on a standard safari tour. The Impossible 5 include the aardvark, Cape mountain leopard, pangolin, riverine rabbit and white lion. White lions are only found naturally in the Timbavati Game Reserve, although you will see a few in captivity. The pangolin is one of the most endangered species in the African bush, along with the rhino as it is trafficked by the thousands for its scales. These scales are boiled off their bodies and used in traditional medicine or as a high-end delicacy in Africa and China. Their blood is believed to have healing properties.

The Big 7

Game rangers at Sabie Sands now talk about the Big 7. This includes the addition of wild dog and cheetah to the Big 5 in the wildlife reserve. Leopard sightings in Sabi Sands are exceptional but sightings of the endangered wild dog and cheetah get the game rangers very excited.

The Big 6

In the mammal world in Greater Kruger Park, you get the Big 5. In the bird world, you get the Big 6. This is the list of bird species selected by bird experts for their uniqueness and “crowd appeal”. The list includes: • Kori Bustard: believed to be the largest flying bird in the world • Martial Eagle: the largest eagle in Africa • Saddle-billed stork: a striking bird with a dramatic red and black beak and yellow bar between its eyes • Lappetfaced vulture: an endangered vulture species • Pel’s Fishing-Owl: one of the biggest owls in the world but highly elusive • Grown hornbill: one of the largest of the hornbill species and highly vulnerable

Tydon Safari Camp Rates 2019

VALIDITY PERIOD 01 JANUARY – 31 OCTOBER

Tydon Safari CampRates and Tariffs
Per person sharing | RackZAR3 595
Per person sharing | STOZAR2 876
Single rate | per day | RackZAR4 525
Single rate | per day | STOZAR3 620
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | RackZAR2 250
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | STOZAR1 800
Conservation levy | per person | per dayZAR 115
Tydon Bush CampRates and Tariffs
Per person sharing | RackZAR3 595
Per person sharing | STOZAR2 876
Single rate | per day | RackZAR4 525
Single rate | per day | STOZAR3 620
Conservation levy | per person | per dayZAR 115
Tydon Eco CampRates and Tariffs
3 Day Eco Camp Adventure
Per person sharing | RackZAR8 900
Per person sharing | STOZAR7 120
Single rate | per day | RackZAR9 960
Single rate | per day | STOZAR7 970
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | RackZAR5 780
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | STOZAR4 625
4 Day Eco Camp Adventure
Per person sharing | RackZAR10 490
Per person sharing | STOZAR8 390
Single rate | per day | RackZAR11 440
Single rate | per day | STOZAR9 150
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | RackZAR6 780
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | STOZAR5 425
5 Day Eco Camp Adventure
Per person sharing | RackZAR12 080
Per person sharing | STOZAR9 660
Single rate | per day | RackZAR13 030
Single rate | per day | STOZAR10 425
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | RackZAR7 840
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | STOZAR6 270
 

Tydon Safari Camp Rates 2020

VALIDITY PERIOD 01 NOVEMBER – 31 OCTOBER

Tydon Safari CampRates and Tariffs
Per person sharing | RackZAR3 885
Per person sharing | STOZAR3 108
Single rate | per day | RackZAR4 890
Single rate | per day | STOZAR3 912
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | RackZAR2 430
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | STOZAR1 944
Conservation levy | per person | per dayZAR 115
Tydon Bush CampRates and Tariffs
Per person sharing | RackZAR3 885
Per person sharing | STOZAR3 108
Single rate | per day | RackZAR4 890
Single rate | per day | STOZAR3 912
Conservation levy | per person | per dayZAR 115
Tydon Eco CampRates and Tariffs
3 Day Eco Camp Adventure
Per person sharing | RackZAR9 615
Per person sharing | STOZAR7 692
Single rate | per day | RackZAR10 760
Single rate | per day | STOZAR8 608
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | RackZAR6 245
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | STOZAR4 996
4 Day Eco Camp Adventure
Per person sharing | RackZAR11 330
Per person sharing | STOZAR9 064
Single rate | per day | RackZAR12 360
Single rate | per day | STOZAR9 888
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | RackZAR7 325
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | STOZAR5 860
5 Day Eco Camp Adventure
Per person sharing | RackZAR13 050
Per person sharing | STOZAR10 440
Single rate | per day | RackZAR14 075
Single rate | per day | STOZAR11 260
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | RackZAR8 470
Children 12 years and under | per child per day | STOZAR6 776