The lodge is one of the most luxurious in South Africa, accommodating the guests in six magnificent suites, each with a thatched roof and each beautifully furnished with a huge bed, elegant safari furniture and luxurious en-suite bathrooms.
Outside you have your own private game viewing deck from where you might see animals at any time of the day and set into this is a private plunge pool. Each suite has its own personal “butler” and in between exciting safaris you can enjoy delicious cuisine, both in the dining lodge and the camps traditional semi-circular “boma”. Although you are in the heart of the African bush, the standard of cuisine and presentation is superior to that you would encounter in a restaurant in London or New York.
15 magnificent elephants, from two to 26 years of age that were all orphaned as babies, have over the years become accustomed to tolerating the presence of people and you can now interact with the immensely powerful creatures within their own African bush environment. Each elephant has been gently and sensitively reared and looked after by 20 grooms who “know” each of their elephants intimately and will be able to explain their character, personality and habits as you get to know the elephants during the course of your stay. You will have the opportunity to touch and feed the elephants, track them from the comfort of a vehicle while they are out in the wild during the day, and at the end of each day accompany them on their final sunset drink at the dam and then back to their ‘stables’ for the night.
In addition to the elephant interaction you can enjoy walking safaris and open vehicle safaris during the day and at night with Camp Jabulani’s expert guides, encountering a marvellous array of wildlife: zebra, rhino, giraffe, antelope, wildebeest, big cats and many more.