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Pungwe Bush Camp

Manyeleti Game Reserve, South Africa

Pungwe Bush Camp

Pungwe Bush Camp is situated in the southern portion of the Manyeleti Game Reserve, along the Pungwe River course and is known for its exclusivity and rustic ambience. Manyeleti Game Reserve is situated in the wildlife rich region of the Limpopo Province Lowveld which forms part of the world-renowned Greater Kruger National Park and hosts a similar variety of wildlife, including the 'Big five'. The birdlife is prolific, with over 300 recorded species. The reserve is situated away from the mainstream tourist areas and one may still experience the tranquility of the African bush in total seclusion. The name 'Manyeleti', in the local Shangaan language means 'Place of the Stars' and guests may spend a memorable moment watching a magnificent Southern Constellation, with the pride of place taken up by the Southern Cross.

Pungwe Bush Camp at a Glance

  • Accommodation for a maximum of eight guests in uniquely constructed thatched
    and canvas unit.
  • Thatched lounge / dining area
  • Morning, late afternoon and evening game drives in open game viewing vehicles
  • Short foot safaris

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Pungwe Bush Camp Accommodation
The camp has accommodation for a maximum of eight guests in uniquely constructed thatched and canvas units that are positioned to enhance this great bush experience. Each room has a washbasin, waterborne toilet and a hot and cold water shower and bath en-suite. At Pungwe we pride ourselves on our 'Home Cuisine' cuisine, with certain meals still prepared over an open fire. All refreshments are available in our thatched lounge / dining area.

Activities
Walking is the most emphasised activity. To walk through the bushveld in the company of an experienced, armed safari guide is to experience the essence of Africa. There is nothing more tantalising than the sights, sounds, feel and smells of the African bush. Game drives in an open Land Rover are a standard feature and are conducted both during the day and at night using a spotlight. One cannot help feeling ovewhelmed when seeing the sunset and listening to the haunting sounds of the African night.