Marakele National Park
Marakele’s imposing red cliffs, grassy hills and deep valleys are home to an abundance of wildlife, including lion, rhino, buffalo, and elephant, and South Africa’s only malaria-free Big Five walking trail. Set at the southwest corner of the Waterberg Biosphere Reserve, it’s Marakele’s staggering landscape that truly sets it apart, alongside its superb wildlife encounters
While big game sightings are rightly a highlight, Marakele also boasts one of the world’s largest colonies of the endangered Cape vulture which nest in the escarpment, and exceptional bird watching.
Marataba Conservation Camps - Explorers Camp
Marakele National Park, Madikwe and the northwest, South Africa
The Marataba Conservation Explorers Camp is a fabulous property boasting views of the Waterberg Massif and a prolific waterhole, where thirsty elephants are likely to be spotted. As well as 5 canvas double tents, there is also a two-bedroom family tent.