Leokwe Camp
Mapungubwe National Park

Location
This is Mapungubwe’s main camp, Leokwe Camp, located in the eastern section of the Park in the spectacular sandstone hills. Close to the camp guests can enjoy the Treetop Hide and the Confluence View Site & Picnic Area. The camp itself has a swimming pool and sundeck, as well as a central braai area. Leokwe Camp also provides a reception complex with a convenience store, however there is no restaurant, shop, filling station or phones at Mapungubwe. The units are self catering and fully equipped. Take all food, drinks and firewood. Sunscreen, hat, binoculars, field guides, liquids for drinking.

Leokwe Camp at a Glance:

  • Accommodation - Capacity - 72 guests
  • 14 Cottages at Leokwe Camp, each with one bedroom with 2 single beds, a double sleeper couch, a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom (w/c and shower), airconditioning & ceiling fans
  • 2 Universally accessible cottages
  • 2 Family Cottages
  • Self catering and fully equipped
  • Large lapa with braai facilities
  • Private sheltered braai area
  • Swimming pool and sundeck
  • Game drives
  • 24 hour electricity
  • Malaria free destination
  • A true african safar

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Accommodation
There are 14 Cottages at Leokwe Camp, each with one bedroom with 2 single beds, a double sleeper couch, a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom (w/c and shower), airconditioning & ceiling fans and each unit has a large lapa with braai facilities.
2 Universally accessible cottages: Accessible to persons with impaired mobility. These cottages have one bedroom with 2 single beds, a double sleeper couch, a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom (w/c and shower), airconditioning & ceiling fans and each unit has a large lapa with braai facilities.
2 Family Cottages:2 Bedrooms, each with 2 single beds, a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom (w/c and shower), airconditioning & ceiling fans and each unit has a large lapa with braai facilities.

Activities
Guided tours to the archaeological and cultural sites and game drives around the Mapungubwe National Park.

Wildlife
Home to some 60 mammals, 300 bird species, 100 plant types and numerous reptile and insect species, at Mabula, all natures' wonders are revered - from the 'Big Five' (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhino) to the 'small five' (ant lion, leopard tortoise, buffalo weaver, elephant shrew and rhino beetle). This is the Heartland of the Safari experience.

Access
The Waterberg Mountain area is part of the Bushveld district of the Limpopo Province, approximately a six hour drive north from Johannesburg on the N1.

Child Policy
Children are welcome at Leokwe Camp and is the ideal holiday getaway for families.

Power supply
There is 24 hour electricity to all rooms.

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