Tanda Tula Field Camp
Tanda Tula Field Camp is a simple low impact seasonal tented camp in the Timbavati Private Nature Reserve. An exclusive use camp, the site is chosen for each safari according to wildlife movements and the time of year, and the tents will be set up just before guests arrive. Once they depart, the camp is dismantled, leaving no trace of its existence in its 16,000 acre private concession.
Accommodation & Facilities
Operating between the beginning of March and the end of October, Tanda Tula Field Camp has a maximum of four East African Meru style tents for up to eight guests. The tents have twin beds, plenty of storage space, and private open air bathrooms with hot bucket showers and an eco loo. The camp has a mess tent which offers space for dining and relaxing, and lighting throughout the camp is provided by solar lanterns and oil lamps.
Wildlife & Activities
Walking safaris are the focus of safari activities at Tanda Tula Field Camp, and the guides are chosen for their years of experience and matchless skill. Walks can be up to 10 miles in length, and are tailored to guests’ interests. The wildlife in the concession includes rhino, elephant, lion, and buffalo, and it is perfectly possible, even on foot, to spot the ‘Big Five’, though the camp also has vehicles for more conventional wildlife drives.