In South Africa’s Limpopo Province there is a magical wildlife Sanctuary where the animals own the land and humans are merely the custodians. Here rescued wildlife can live their lives and raise their young in perfect safety.
Situated in the heart of this amazing Sanctuary is the Sticky Tongue Luxury Private Bush Camp. Here you will find so much more than just a wildlife experience. Awareness tourism is a brand new concept for the discerning guests that would like to learn more about modern day conservation and the daily challenges threatening to push more and more endangered species over the edge as poaching continues to spread across the African continent like a wildfire.
Successful wildlife rescues and rehabilitation was instrumental to repopulate this 6600 acre wildlife reserve and species found in the protected refuge include: Impala, Kudu, Blue Wildebeest, Red Hartebeest, Waterbuck, Common and Mountain Reedbuck, Grey Duiker, Nyala, Giraffe, Burchell’s Zebras, Steenbok, Sharpe’s Grysbok, Klipspringer and all of the Big Five.
Some very elusive and rare creatures like Pangolin and Aardvark have also chosen of their own accord to make this protected reserve their home. Wild leopard and cheetahs roam freely on SanWild.
Many small predators like serval, caracal and civets can also be seen in the reserve and the Sanctuary’s large predator sanctuary is home to some lions rescued from South Africa’s sordid canned lion breeding and hunting industry that will live out their lives in large natural habitat enclosures in their respective prides.
The camp consists of 2 Luxury and 2 Standard Safari styled tents. Each Standard tent contains two ¾ beds (an extra bed can be added) and the Luxury tents all have Queen size beds (extra beds can be added)
All tents have an en-suite bathroom and electricity. Free W–Fi is available.
Each tent has a standing fan as well as tea/coffee facilities.
The Luxury tents each have their own bar fridge and a desk.
The main Lapa area consists of a lounge, dining area and bar area. A fireplace in the lounge area and a outdoor rock pool overlooking a watering hole compliments the entire Camp..
A minimum stay of two nights is required and day/night game drives are available as an optional extra at an additional cost.
GROUP BOOKINGS/ENTIRE CAMP
• R6 000.00 per night – max 19 guests
INDIVIDUAL (FIT) CANCELLATIONS
GROUP CANCELLATIONS (8 people or more)
CHILDREN ON GAME ACTIVITIES
RIGHT OF ADMISSION
Guided optional Day trips can be arranged with an outside company called Sable Tours. This will be for your own account and must be paid directly to Sable Tours.
Below is a couple of options available:
Not only does the Panorama Route offer the most remarkable views over the Lowveld, it is also home to a number of phenomenal geographical features, such as waterfalls, gorges, potholes as well as the 3rd largest, and greenest, canyon in the world – the Blyde River Canyon. Time permitting; your qualified panorama guide will take you to the Three Rondawels to enjoy views the canyon below, Bourkes Luck Potholes, Lisbon and/or Berlin Falls, pinnacle point and God’s Window, where Northern Drakensberg plunges 900m to the Lowveld. Complete the experience with an optional light lunch at the infamous Harries Pancakes in Graskop.
The Kruger National Park of today is rich in biodiversity and is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts with close to 147 mammals, over 330 species of indigenous trees, 49 different fish species, 34 amphibians, 114 reptiles, as well as over 500 bird species. It was established in 1898 and stretches for 350km from south to north long the Mozambiquan border and covers an area of nearly 2 million hectares.
A visit to South Africa is just not complete without a visit to the world renown and historical Kruger and is a definite to be added onto any itinerary while in the Lowveld.
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Wonderful place, wonderful people
Truly engaged in the saving of wildlife despite all the difficulties they have been facing over the years. A Sanctuary with a heart for animals
Been supporting their efforts to save wild life for years. Still supporting in 2018 🙂 .
Beautiful sanctuary awesome people
A wonderful sanctuary that always puts the animals first, no matter what.
attended the first mountain bike event hosted by Sanwild and it was awesome