Hamiltons Tented Camp, Kruger National Park

Named after Colonel Stephenson Hamilton, who was instrumental in establishing the world famous Kruger National Park, Hamiltons Tented Camp reflects a safari adventure of the early 1900s, where grace and style were the epitome luxurious living. Following the fine tradition of luxury in true “Out of Africa” style, the journey into a bygone era inspires one to experience safari. Hamiltons Tented Camp allows indulgence in pure luxury, combined with the sounds and smells of the African bush.

Six magnificent canvas tents complete the teak floorboards, dreamy mosquito nets, slipper baths, outdoor showers and a superb view of the seasonal river are linked to the main lodge area by raised timber walkways among ancient jackalberry trees. The Hamiltons Tented Camp main lodge is home to an inviting lounge, scattered with early 1900s objet d’art whilst the opulent dining area adds to the delight of this tranquil spot overlooking the river.

Hamiltons Tented Camp