Machampane Camp

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Machampane Camp is located within the Great Transfrontier Limpopo Park, which is also called Parque Nacional do Limpopo and stretches from Pafuri in the north past the Giriyondo border to the Massingir Dam in the south.

The accommodation is close to the border of the Kruger National parkwithin Mozambique. Machampane Camp is an unfenced wilderness camp set on the banks of the Machampane River, making it an ideal spot for a getaway or a wilderness adventure.


Machampane Camp overlooks the Machampane river and features 5 en-suite tents accommodating up to 10 people and offering an intimate wilderness experience.

This Mozambiqueaccommodation comes fully equipped with all the amenities you require while still keeping the African bush experience in the mix.

Each tent has:

  •  Its own deck, with chairs and table, overlooking the water.
  • Twin beds, good quality linen and duvets.
  • Bedside tables with12 volt bedside lamps.
  • Wardrobe, writing table and chair.
  • Luggage rack and Kelim rug.
  • Large shower, wash-hand basin and flush toilet.
  • Rooibos soap, sandalwood moisturizing hand-cream and shampoo provided.
  • Hot water provided through gas water heaters

Breakfast, brunch and a 3-course dinner is available as well as activities such as the wilderness walks.


Central Dinning Deck

  •  All guests are seated together at one table for meals which are prepared and served from a tented kitchen.


  • Open to the night sky.
  • Pre and post dinner drinks and snacks are served in the firelit lapa.

Activities and Trails

The 4×4 Eco-trails are a spectacle on their own. Depending on the area you wish to explore and the number of nights you want to spend away, for instance:

  • Shingwedzi 4×4 Eco-Trail (5 nights).
  • Letaba 4×4 Eco-Trail (2 nights).
  • Luvuvhu 4×4 Eco-Trail (4 nights).

There are a number of trails for you to try out in the area. Hiking and walking trails for those who want to take it slower and perhaps even have a Big 5 encounter. These include the Palarangala Wilderness hiking trail, the Lebombo hiking trail and the Elefantes Gorge backpacking and Fishing trail.

The superb canoeing trail is great for those seeking an alternative option. It goes without saying that you won’t be short of activities to try during your stay.

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