Tangala is one of the last remaining authentic African experiences in South Africa that have been a legacy of the family for more than 3 generationsThis intimate and exclusive private safari camp is situated in the 22 000 acre Thornybush Private Nature Reserve, a prime ecological area abounding in wildlife. At Tangala we have created the feel of Africa long forgotten and our team strives to give all guests the ultimate African bush experience. We are proud to announce that Tangala is one of only a few electricity free camps in South Africa. We pride ourselves in personalized, owner managed service. Tangala has striking views of the Drakensberg Mountains and is close (20min) to the Orpen Gate of the world famous Kruger National Park. Our camp consists of a central dining and lounge area with full bar and a swimming pool with a deck.

Accommodation at the camp will bring back memories of a bygone era of the “Colonial Africa” long forgotten. The five twin bedded thatched chalets have been interior designed to provide the ultimate in rustic luxury. All chalets have en suite facilities and its own private viewing patio.


  • Brunch
  • High Tea
  • Safari Activities/Game Drives
  • Snacks

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