Ithala Bush Camps at a Glance
- Private camps
- One party at a time
- Accomodate 4, 8 or 10 guests
- Camps made of wooden frame and decks with reed walls under thatch
- Gas fridge and stove
These are independent stand alone accommodation units.
The camps are equipped with cutlery, crockery, cooking utensils, bed linen and bath towels.
A gas fridge and stove are provided with cooking also possible over an open fire.
Guests are required to do your own cooking. Gas lighting and hot water.
The Ithala bush camps accommodate four, eight or 10 guests respectively.
The camps are constructed of wooden frame and decks with reed walls under thatch.
Mbizo Bush Camp
Mbizo Bush Camp is situated at a point where the Thalu stream has a series of rapids and wide pools on its descent to the Thalu River.
The camp has been located to give guests the best vistas of the surrounding area.
Mbizo Camp accommodates eight guests in two separate four-bed units, each having two rooms, one with a double bed and the other two single beds.
Each unit has separate shower and toilet facilities.
A communal braai and campfire area is situated between the two units.
Mhlangeni Bush Camp
From its vantage point on a rocky knoll overlooking the Ncence River, Mhlangeni Bush Camp offers guests complete privacy and solitude in an idyllic setting.
Mhlangeni has five two-bed units.
There are three bathroom facilities with flush toilets.
The communal lounge/dining-room/kitchen area is set above a sun deck and barbecue (braai) area providing excellent game-viewing opportunities.
Mhlangeni Bush Camp is set among the large boulders of one of the many granite outcrops in the Ithala Game Reserve.
Thalu Bush Camp
Thalu Bush Camp located at the foot of a steep slope on the banks of the Thalu River.
This camp accommodates four guests in two bedrooms, these situated on either side of the central lounge and dining area.
One of the bedrooms has a double bed, the other two single beds.
There is a rather rustic shower and flush toilet.
The design of the bush camp incorporates picture windows which give the impression of being "right in the bush".
There is a barbecue (braai) area built above a pool in the river.