To obtain an understanding of Africa, you need to see it, touch it, and really feel it. Because above all, it is a living, breathing land and a spirit that awakens the senses. This is the unique experience that you are offered at Camp Jabulani. Deep in the heart of the private reserve of Kapama, 500 kilometres northeast of Johannesburg, this magnificent camp is named after the first baby elephant that the owners found abandoned and decided to look after. Since then, this lodge has become a sanctuary for endangered species. It is also a marvellous refuge for travellers in search of authentic sensations. The 6 superb colonial style villa-suites open onto their own private terraces with outdoor plunge pools and glass-enclosed showers. Go on safari on the back of an elephant to spot the “big five” (lions, leopards, rhinos, buffalo and elephants), explore the bush on foot, watch the animals: staying at Camp Jabulani is a never-ending series of unique moments, enhanced off by attentive service and a sophisticated menu.
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