The main camp consists of tented tree-houses and has 22 beds in total. Each of the sites has its own kitchen, toilet, shower and braai (barbeque) area. For those that do not want to prepare their own food, meals can be arranged. The camp also has a central lapa with a bar and swimming pool.
The bush camp, situated about 2km from the main camp, consists of two en-suite safari tents and one private chalet, each with it’s own kitchen and braai (barbeque) area.
Activities that can be arranged include tiger fishing, bird-watching, walks, scenic tours around Venda and shebeen (local taverns) tours.
The camp was built in 2000 after a big flood washed away the original camp. The camp is situated on tribal trust land that they rent from the local community.
They are close to the Pafuri border post into Mozambique and there are plans to build a bridge and border post into Zimbabwe within the next few years.