The Zulu Family Luxury Tent can accommodate a family consisting of two adults and two children. The Zulu Luxury Family Tent has a main bedroom with a king bed as well as a small adjoining room at the back of the tent with two single beds.
The Maasai Superior Luxury tent has a spacious bedroom, a small lounge area and a large separate bathroom tent. It also has a large private verandah, a sleepout deck and its own private plunge pool.
The Turkana Superior Luxury tent has a spacious bedroom, a small lounge area and a large separate bathroom tent. It also has a large private verandah and its own private plunge pool.
The two adjoining suites each have a large private veranda, private pool and en suite bathroom. Perfect for families traveling with children of all ages, the rate includes a private game drive vehicle.
Tintswalo Lapalala is a family-friendly camp, offering seven luxury tented suites with private plunge pools, including two 2-bedroom family suites, all with views overlooking the rolling mountains and plains of the malaria-free Waterberg region. Tintswalo Lapalala is an untouched bushveld paradise in the heart of Africa, accommodating up to 16 adults and 4 children.
The Lapalala Wilderness Reserve was founded in 1981 by conservation leaders, Dale Parker and Clive Walker, just 3.5 hours’ drive from Johannesburg. The Tintswalo Lapalala Wilderness establishment continues this legacy of nature preservation by remaining environmentally conscious and completely off the grid. The Lapalala Wilderness is very diverse, and its many years of preservation as a wilderness, have meant that many bird and animal species have been naturally attracted to the area. Along with the Big 5 the fauna endemic to the area include eland, impala, waterbuck, wildebeest, roan antelope and many others.
News From Tintswalo Lapalala
News from Tintswalo Lapalala is that the custodians of the Lapalala Wilderness Reserve will be incorporating the camp back into their conservation portfolio, where it will be upgraded from January 2024 for release later in 2024 as a conservation experience lodge.
Tintswalo Lapalala will close on the 3rd of January 2024, allowing those of our guests who have not yet had an opportunity to visit, to plan a stay for the balance of October, as well as November and December.
Agents/guests holding confirmed bookings from the 4th of January onwards will be contacted in due course with the alternatives that are on offer.
Options include moving bookings to Tintswalo Family Camp, which is also located in the Waterberg, in the game-rich Welgevonden Nature Reserve or Tintswalo Safari Lodge Manyeleti Nature Reserve, Greater Kruger (subject to availability).