This luxurious lodge has six privately located suites accommodating 12 guests. In addition, the exclusive Zindoga Villa which sleeps 6 guests is ideally suited to the family traveller, or the client who prefers a more private, luxury experience.
Experience the Big 5 on our reserve which borders the Kruger National Park. Camp Jabulani is also home to an incredible herd of orphaned elephants… be mesmerised by their presence and personality.
Although every visitor’s itinerary is hand-crafted, experiences include elephant interactions and safaris, game drives, guided walks, spa therapy, visits to the HESC, hot air ballooning, culinary appreciation, or simple relaxation.
Arriving at Camp Jabulani, guests step out of the everyday bustle of their workday lives and into a realm seemingly suspended outside time.
Camp Jabulani is one of our all-time favorites . . . and a good reason for us to return every year.
Jabulani means "rejoice" in the Zulu language and who could not be happy to stay at the Relais & Châteaux-accredited lodge.
The rich textures of organic elements strike a balance between designer elegance and lowveld traditional...
This incredible herd of orphaned elephants will leave you in absolute awe… Rescued from a strife-torn Zimbabwe they have matured over time to become a very close-knit family group. Each elephant has its own character and shares a unique bond with the rest of the group.
This incredible clip captures the essence of the elephant experience, as well as the very special humans who have committed their lives to protecting the rescued elephants.
For more close-up encounters guests can visit the HESC, situated a short drive from Camp Jabulani within the natural reserve. The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre comprises in excess of 100 hectares of natural bush, and has established itself as one of the leading private research and breeding facilities for endangered species in the country.
See for yourself what breathtaking scenery and luxury awaits you. Browse incredible visuals of Camp Jabulani and its wildlife in the form of image galleries, video clips and a Google 360 Tour.