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Garonga Safari Camp Joins AttaBy Ethos Marketing
Garonga Safari Camp in Limpopo Province is delighted to be a new member of Atta. Garonga has been represented in the UK by Ethos Marketing for over 16 years and is a firm favourite with specialist tour operators and consumers alike - with numerous awards under its belt.
Garonga offers a holistic ‘safari for the soul’ combining both adventure and relaxation. The reserve, located west of the Kruger National Park is beautiful and remote and guests can enjoy it up close and personal - tracking down 4 of the Big 5 (no buffalo) on guided walks and game drives.
GARONGA SAFARI CAMP is very intimate and private with only 6 semi-tented suites that have a Moorish, North African feel to them – managed by the Owner himself, Bernie Smith. There is also a sister camp called LITTLE GARONGA nearby with 3 ultra-luxurious thatched suites with air-conditioning that sleeps a maximum of 6 adults and 2 children, ideal for intimate groups or families, although the suites can be hired out individually.
There are no fences so the animals sometimes wander through the camps, offering the ultimate bush experience! Guests can enjoy massages in an outdoor Sala, a romantic picnic in the tree house – or watch game wander in the riverbed below from the swimming pool.
And if guests can bear to drag themselves away from the gorgeous suites or the refreshing pool, they can explore their “wilder side” and sleep out under the stars in a tree house – or enjoy a bush bath for two by candlelight. Garonga is the type of place where you can really breathe deeply, swap your watch for a kikoy and bare feet, and completely unwind – Africa style!