Hamiltons Tented Camp in the Kruger National Park offers luxury accommodation in six luxurious, fully-equipped safari tents. Styled according to an African safari of the early 20th Century, Hamiltons captures the romance and elegance of a bygone era. The lodge is situated in an excellent game viewing area, within a private concession in the Kruger National Park.

Highlights
  • Situated in the famous Kruger National Park
  • Big 5 game viewing
  • Luxury, fully-equipped tents with air conditioning
  • Private verandas with breathtaking views over the Ngwenyeni Dam
  • En-suite bathrooms with outdoor showers
  • Timber walkways connecting tents to the main lodge
  • Open tented lounge
  • Open vehicle game drives
  • Relaxing spa treatments
  • Swimming pool

Located inside the wildlife-rich, 10,000-hectare Mluwati Concession in Kruger, Hamiltons Tented Camp captures the whimsical romance of the early 20th-century safari explorers.

Elevated, river-facing luxury tents

Hamiltons Tented Camp consists of six beautifully-appointed, air-conditioned tents, situated among the Jackalberry treetops. Each tent includes an en-suite bathroom, as well as an outdoor shower. Mosquito nets will ensure a peaceful sleep, while views of the N’waswitsontso River can be enjoyed from your private veranda. Raised timber walkways lead from the tents to the main lodge.

Main guest area

At the main lodge, guests can relax in the comfortable lounge area, stylishly decorated with 20th Century objets d'art. The viewing deck and swimming pool offer beautiful views over the dam and surrounding bush. Meal teams offer a combination of fine African and contemporary cuisine, supplemented by a world-class wine list. The African health spa offers a variety of relaxing treatments, and a butler service is available to ensure a comfortable, relaxing stay.

Game viewing experience

Open vehicle game drives through the Kruger National Park are conducted by trained safari guides, every morning and evening. The vast private concession area that Hamiltons shares with Imbali Safari Lodge and Hoyo Hoyo Safari Lodge are an area abundant in wildlife, including the Big 5 —lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo. Other species that are commonly seen in the area include giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, impala, sable antelope, kudu, hippo, cheetah, wild dogs, hyenas and more.

Getting there

Hamiltons Tented Camp can be reached by private charter flight, or by road transfer from Hoedspruit airport. It is also possible to drive yourself to the lodge.

Includes
  • Accommodation
  • Three meals per day
  • Beverages (soft drinks, water, beer, selected wines and spirits)
  • Two game drives per day
  • VAT at 14%
Excludes
  • Transfers not specified
  • Premium brand beverages
  • Gate entry fees, payable per person per stay
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