About Bukisa Private Bush Camp
Bukisa Private Bush Camp is situated in South Africa’s Limpopo Province, approximately 60km's from the town of Tzaneen on the SanWild Wildlife Sanctuary.
The 6000 hectare SanWild Wildlife Sanctuary has introduced numerous rescued and rehabilitated wild animals including impala, kudu, blue wildebeest, red hartebeest, waterbuck, common and mountain reedbuck, grey duiker, nyala, giraffe, zebras, steenbok, rhinos, hippos and elephants back into the wild. 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 and a pack of rescued African Wild Dogs will be introduced shortly. Many small predators like serval, caracal and civets can also be seen in the reserve and the Sanctuary’s large predator Cats' Rescue Centre is home to 19 lions rescued from South Africa’s sordid canned lion breeding and hunting industry.
Self Catering Accommodation
The Bukisa camp consists of five safari style tents that sleeps two guests each. Each tent contains two ¾ beds and an en-suite bathroom. All tents have electricity and a daily cleaning service is provided.
The lapa has a lounge area with a fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen for your self catering needs and a bar area. There is also a communal braai area outside and a rock pool overlooking the watering hole.
A minimum stay of two nights is required and game drives are available as an optional extra.
Guided eco-ranger walking trails are done very early every morning along with morning and afternoon game drives. Night drives are done by special arrangement.
Optional day or overnight trips to other tourist destinations such as the world famous Kruger National Park including the Elephant Museum, Mojadji Cycad Reserve, Mac-Mac Falls, Blyde River Canyon, Eco-Caves, Bourke's Luck Potholes, Gods Window, the Pinnacle, cherry gardens or local tea and coffee plantations can be arranged.
We do also, by prior arrangement, arrange helicopter flips to Blyde River Canyon.