Holiday review by Mrs Patricia Edney

Name: Mrs Patricia Edney

Date of trip: 13/01/2020

Number of people: 2

The wild life in Mala Mala provided us with a lot of "wows". Seeing wild dogs hunting and eating their prey, watching a lioness climbing a tree to try and get a leopard and then watching large numbers of elephants mud bath.

  • Pafuri Camp pool


  • Bedroom at Pafuri Camp


  • Buffalo near Pafuri Camp


  • Fever tree forest near Parfuri Camp


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Tribes Overall:

We all had an amazing time and are still "buzzing" about it.

Tribes Service:

Tracy was very helpful. it was a complicated itinerary which she managed well.
I do have some comments to learn from.


In Pafuri Zane was really good at showing us the trees , birds and nature in general as well as the animals.
In Mala Mala Michael was very impressive with his tracking and knowledge of the animals behaviour

Social & Environmental Responsibility:

Some guilt about our carbon footprint , but hope our custom has helped the local economy

The places you stayed

Pafuri Camp pool

Pafuri Camp

South Africa

Beautifully sited camp on the river, with walkways to the accommadation , huge tents with thatch. resident kingfishers nyala and baboons!
We were made very welcome and were well looked after. Not a camp to go to see big game, but lovely scenery trees and birds.