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Exclusive responsible travel in South Africa

What if you could discover South Africa while making an impact on local communities?

Discover the Kamoka Bush Camp.

Imagine waking up every morning to the sound of wild animals roaming free in their natural habitat. That’s exactly what you’ll experience at Kamoka Bush Camp, nestled on the secret haven of Bona Ingwe Farm in South Africa. Here, you’ll find yourself surrounded by 600 hectares of unspoiled bush teeming with giraffes, leopards, buffaloes, and countless antelopes.

But it’s not just the wildlife that makes this place so special. For more than 15 years, the DAKTARI Bush School & Wildlife Orphanage has been a beacon of hope for environmental protection and wildlife education for local children. And now, with Kamoka Camp right next door, you have the chance to be a part of that mission.

This is no ordinary ecolodge. Kamoka Camp offers immersive and impactful holidays that are designed for responsible travelers who want to make a real difference. As a guest, you’ll have the opportunity to go behind the closed doors of the NGO world and see firsthand how your support is making a long-lasting impact on local communities.

If you’re in search of sustainable holidays that leave a positive mark on the world, Kamoka Camp is the perfect place for you. Come and experience the magic of South Africa while making a difference that will last a lifetime.

DAKTARI is not open to the public but only to sponsors and volunteers, the Kamoka Bush Camp offers an exclusive and new opportunity to discover the NGO world “from the inside” for responsible tourists.

giraffe at sunset

KAMOKA means “all together” in Sepedi, the official language of the Limpopo Province in South Africa.

This project is about building a new concept for people from all over the world who are concerned by the environmental issues our world is facing. Kamoka camp offers the opportunity to work together to protect the fragile and threatened planet we live on.

Kamoka Camp is the promise that a new way of travelling and contributing is possible.

An Exclusive Location

Our ecolodge, Kamoka Camp, is nestled in a stunning private game farm, just an hour away from the world-renowned Kruger National Park. It’s the perfect location for a responsible and unforgettable holiday in South Africa. From our camp, you can marvel at the breathtaking views of the Blyde River Canyon, which is the second-largest canyon in the world. There are also countless activities for you to enjoy during your stay, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the wonders of South Africa. With the Kruger National Park and numerous private game reserves, home to the Big Five, right next door, you’ll have everything you need to make your holiday a truly memorable experience.

map of the camp in south africa

Responsible Travel Engagement

At Kamoka Camp, we take pride in our exclusive partnership with the DAKTARI Bush School & Wildlife Orphanage. This partnership enables us to provide responsible and ethical activities for our guests while positively impacting the local community. The trust and respect established by DAKTARI over the past 15 years with the surrounding villages have made it possible for us to offer activities that are done with respect for local customs and traditions.

We understand the importance of community involvement in decision-making processes. Therefore, we involve our local hosts in all aspects of responsible activities in the village. We do not make any assumptions and work towards building a better and fairer future for everyone. By working together with the local community, we ensure greater economic advantages and security for our hosts.

Our goal is to offer immersive and authentic responsible holidays for our guests. We want our guests to feel a sense of connection and closeness to their hosts that they have never experienced before. By bringing international tourists closer to local communities in a respectful and culturally sensitive way, we build confidence and pride in sharing and safeguarding local cultures.

At Kamoka Camp, we strive to offer our guests unique and meaningful experiences that contribute positively to the local community. We have a wide range of activities that enable our guests to connect with the local culture, environment and wildlife. From visiting the DAKTARI Bush School & Wildlife Orphanage to experiencing a traditional village tour, there is something for everyone.

We believe that responsible travel is not just a concept, but a way of life. Therefore, we ensure that our guests have a positive impact on the environment and the community during their stay with us. We encourage our guests to travel sustainably, to reduce their carbon footprint and to support local businesses.

In conclusion, Kamoka Camp offers responsible and ethical activities that are respectful of local customs and traditions. Our exclusive partnership with the DAKTARI Bush School & Wildlife Orphanage enables us to positively impact the local community while offering unique and meaningful experiences for our guests. We believe that responsible travel is the future, and we strive to make a positive impact on the environment and the community through our activities.

The Responsible Travel Experience

Kamoka Camp is the promise that a new way of travelling and contributing is possible for responsible travel in South Africa.

Our Tiny Houses

Find some quietness in the middle of nature surrounded by wild animals in our environmentally friendly tiny houses built in South Africa.

About us

Camilla fell in love with South Africa from a very young age. After volunteering for more than 3 years in an NGO she decided to start her own lodge.

bergala antoine
bergala antoine
I was in kamoka camp for few nights. It was amazing, the place is incredible, you can sleep in the middle of the bush and have the chance to see some wild animals in this beautiful reserve.
Aurélien Dewaele
Aurélien Dewaele
Amazing experience! I recommend ! Thanks a lot
Sara Z
Sara Z
Had an amazing stay at Kamoka ! Really loved being immersed into the bush and the view of the dam is stunning. Also really enjoyed visiting the village and Daktari Bush School. I would recommend to anyone who wants to travel differently and see the local culture
Alexia Nüssli
Alexia Nüssli
Had the most amazing stay at Kamoka! Great sleeps in the cutest tiny houses, great nature and wildlife, great visits at the bush school close by and Camilla was the warmest host. One of the best and most meaningful holidays I've had, can only recommend!

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