Each of the four tents boasts a small stoep, with wood and canvas safari style furniture, elegant interior décor with a “farm twist”, unique to each tent, a bedroom and lounge area, small kitchenette and en-suite bathroom. The kitchenette and bathroom areas are permanent brick structures, attached to the tents.
The rustic shower is true “farm style”, with guests drawing hot water by means of the traditional donkey boiler system.
There is no electricity, with solar lights providing lighting.
A small portable braai is provided for each tent, should you prefer to braai in the privacy of your tent’s immediate surroundings.
A comfortable communal open–air boma, with central fire pit and built-in braais, provides the perfect setting for an evening spent enjoying the sunset, under the stars, staring into the flames, with a glass of wine in hand…
What we provide :
- Linen (i.e. sheets, pillows, pillowcases, duvet, 1 extra blanket)
- Hot water bottles for use in Winter
- Basic toiletries, e.g shampoo, body lotion, soap
- Equipped kitchenette, i.e crockery, cutlery, utensils, braai tongs, kettle, two plate gas stove
- Oven mitts
- Sunlight liquid
- 1 x packet of ice per tent per day
- 1 x 500ml bottled water per guest per day
- Charcoal for braai at your tent
- Blitz and matches
- Mosquito repellent
- Fire extinguisher
- Large cooler box (keeps food cold for up to 3 days)
- Donkey boilers for hot water, packed and cleaned daily
- Daily servicing of tents
- Breakfast for 2 guests is included in the daily rate. Breakfast is served at Makojalo Guesthouse, unless otherwise arranged or indicated
- A game drive for 2 is included in the per night rate
- Wood for the boma fire and braai at the boma
What you should bring :
- All food and drinks, other than for breakfast (Remember your spices and cooking oil)
- Extra bottled water
- Bird book
- Warm clothes for cooler evenings