Fully equipped Dome-style tents
Luxury Camping
Fully catered to you
Where adventure and comfort meet
Sleeping under the stars
Nature at it's finest
Your Stay

Accommodation is in true camping style with Africa on Foot Wilderness Trails. After a day on foot, you’ll come back to a fully set-up campsite. Your accommodation is in a classic dome-style safari tent, pitched on the ground, and equipped with comfortable swags/mattresses and suitable bed linen. You can easily zip in and out of these two-sleeper tents and enjoy the sounds of the wild around you.

The campsites are entirely mobile, leaving no trace behind. Each day, when the location is changed, the ground team will break down the tents and pitch the camp in the day’s new location. After an adrenaline-fueled day in the bush, walkers will find tents, bush bathrooms, and bucket showers ready and waiting.

There is also a ‘mess tent’, which is a canvas construction to house the kitchen, food prep, and washing up facilities. This is where the private chef will work to prepare those fire-cooked meals you will enjoy under the stars in the evening. A dining table is set every evening, and in the mornings to offer up coffee and rusks before departure.

The camp is an intimate setup, designed for the group to socialise around the fire in the evenings, and enjoy the natural ambience of the bush.

Our Top 5
  • Exclusive mobile safari in the Greater Kruger’s Maseke Balule Game Reserve
  • 3 Nights camping in different locations, each day walking new ground
  • Daily sunset game drives and sundowners when the walk is finished
  • New campsite in a new location, set up prior to arrival, every afternoon
  • Environmentally friendly, pack up and go safari camping experience

Where To
Find Us

Africa on Foot Wilderness Trails is located in the Maseke Balule Game Reserve in the Greater Kruger, situated between Hoedspruit and Phalaborwa in Limpopo Province. It is an 8000-hectare private game reserve, which shares open borders with the Kruger National Park.

The Olifants River courses through the reserve, while prominent mountainous ridges and boulder koppies characterise the terrain, making it an incredibly diverse and interesting region to explore on foot.

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