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About Camp George

Set alongside a dramatic escarpment, a dry riverbed and a natural garden, Simbavati Camp George captures the true essence of a classic Simbavati Safari escape and captures a new mood of adventure.

Designed for families and friends, this intimate lodge comprises eight luxury suites, each with its own private deck. Spacious and stylishly placed together, the individually-designed suites have an uncluttered appeal and provide an escape from modern-day distractions.

The expansive convivial living spaces include an interactive kitchen, various outdoor decks, a boma and a large pool with garden views. Guests are encouraged to immerse themselves in nature and enjoy leisurely and wellness experiences such as picnics in the fever tree-dotted gardens, visits to the waterhole or a soothing massage inside the treatment rooms or on the suite decks.

Offering a front-row seat to the Greater Kruger wilderness, guests can immerse themselves in nature on two daily game drives, bush walks, night drives in the exclusive Klaserie Private Nature Reserve - frequented by a magnificent range of animals like leopard, rhino, lion, buffalo, hippo, wild dog and sightings of the rare Sharpe's Grysbok.

Child Policy
No children under 8 years old.

Camp George Facilities

  • 8 Luxury suites
  • Lounge with a selection of books and games
  • Curio shop
  • Fitness Centre
  • Bar
  • Open-air boma
  • Swimming pool
  • Wi-Fi in reception, lounge, deck and rooms
  • Safari Spa
  • Wheelchair friendly

Activities at Simbavati Camp George

Big 5 game drives take place in the early morning and late afternoon/evening, ensuring game sightings at times when the animals are naturally most active. Nocturnal animals, including the big cats, are regular sightings at night. Currently over 40 mammal species are to be found in the Greater Kruger, including the Big 5 of Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Buffalo and Elephant. The area is also a bird-watcher’s paradise, as many as 360 species of bird life have been documented here.

Your day includes:

  • Early morning tea/coffee
  • Morning game drive or walk (approximately 3 hours)
  • Time to relax, enjoy a spa treatment or burn calories in the fitness centre, cool down in the pool or soak up the sun next to the pool on a sun lounger, overlooking the waterhole
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon tea/coffee
  • Afternoon/evening game drive (approximately 3 hours)
  • Dinner on the deck or around the fire in the open-air boma (weather permitting)

Dining at Simbavati Camp George

Enjoy an early morning cup of coffee/tea with rusks before embarking on the game drive. After the morning game drive breakfast is served.
A light lunch is served just before the afternoon game drive.
Dinner is a festive event which is alternatively served around the campfire in the open-air boma or in the thatched dining area.
Dinner consists of African and Western cuisine with exciting tastes for the more adventurous as well as various conventional options.

The bar caters for alcoholic beverages and also includes a wide selection of fine South African wines.

Special dietary requirements will be catered for subject to prior notification (as the nearest shops are over one hours’ drive away).

Relaxation at Simbavati Camp George

Simbavati Camp George is an uncomplicated and down to earth safari experience and guests are encouraged to relax and feel at home. The lounge area is the perfect place to relax on a comfortable couch with a book or doze off on an afternoon siesta.

During the mid-day heat, recline in a sun lounger, take a dip in our swimming pool or treat yourself at our spa.

Children are catered for with an activity plan to increase their wildlife knowledge and there is a large selection of interesting books which are at their disposal.

The lodge also has a Spa where you can indulge in local wellness treatments and a fitness centre where you can burn a few calories and keep active.

Camp George Location

Simbavati Camp George is situated in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, which is a wildlife-rich concession of land adjoining the western border of the Kruger National Park.

The amalgamation of public and private land in the area forms “The Greater Kruger Park” area. There are no fences between the Klaserie and the Kruger National Park, which allows for the free movement of the animals between the Reserves.