This region shares an unfenced border with the Kruger National Park so the African wildlife roams here freely. It is a hot spot for the Big 5, particularly for leopards.
Selati Camp makes sure that game viewing possibilities are a priority. Get your fix of animal sightings from the viewing deck and take full advantage of the daily 4x4 game drives. Nature walks are led by skilled Shangaan trackers and guides who will make sure that you get to see what you came for, and that you have the new Facebook profile pictures to prove it. Selati Camp is also unique with its historic railway theme, which pays homage to the old days when the first pioneers transversed South Africa by steam train.
The main areas and the luxury-thatched suites are decorated in unique memorabilia and antiques, adding to that authentic safari experience. Besides the leopards, this is also a popular area for honeymooners and couples.
The Lourenco Marques is a name to remember. This luxury honeymoon suite offers a king size bed, buckets of crisp champagne, romantic turn downs and of course, privacy. Unfortunately, (or fortunately for some) no children are accepted here unless the entire camp is booked out for sole use.