Hamiltons Tented Camp
About the Lodge
In the early 1900s, James Stevenson-Hamilton was appointed as the first warden of the Sabi Nature Reserve. His first order of business was to announce that no shooting was to be allowed, believing that if animals were free to live in the veld, as they were before the arrival of man, they would flock to the area and lose their fear of humans. This was the start of 44 years of service to the game reserve, now known as the Kruger National Park, which today is one of the largest and most bio diverse game reserves on the African continent.
Hamilton’s Tented Camp pays tribute to this man. The camp, located in the Imbali concession, reflects the grace and elegance of a bygone era, epitomising the tradition of the luxurious African safari. The spacious and sumptuous lodge reflects the style of the 20th century African safari adventure, offering unparalleled service and attention to all guests.
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Wonderful service in a relaxing setting along a quiet river. Six "tented" rooms that are quite separated from each other and a small outdoor "tented" lodge.. There is a small pool that is used during the summer months. The service was without fault and they seemed to be genuinely concerned about making sure they provided everything one might need. The early morning 6am to 10 am and 4pm to 7pm safaris were all that one could ask for. The guide was truly an expert. There was nothing to suggest that they were interested in rushing you back from the safari. The food was plentiful, but not "out of this world".
Hamiltons Tented Camp was such a great experience! The room was beautiful, the food was great and the service was fantastic.I would recommend this to any nature lover that enjoys a bit of luxury.