Keep in Touch

Have a suggestion, comment, or question? Drop us a line and we'll reply you soon!



+27 21 424 3122


Unit C2, Estuary Suites Century City, Cape Town

Select Currency

Latest Specials & More
View our latest travel and tour specials all over Africa.
Latest & New
Latest new travel products to Southern & East Africa.
Agent & Specials
Get access to better pricing for all Travel Agents.

Honeyguide Ranger Camp Tour Experience

Our young team of rangers have been very fortunate lately. From seeing lion kills to having an enjoyable day birding, to awesome walks around camp. Our pride of lions is one of the fantastic sightings, having grown so much in a year. From a single male and female to a pride of seven which is a lot of mouths to feed. The lions hunt daily, with our game drives vehicles being very close to the action. Sometimes the hunt is unsuccessful but on lucky days, we witness the strategic and quick kill. Watching the lions stalk its prey is very dramatic and leads to some intense moments on the vehicles.

Around the camp the guides need to keep a sharp eye. Recently there was a wildebeest that became a midnight snack for the pride closer to the pool, during our night game drive. On a happier note: we have had a rhino birth, in this day where we are losing them at an alarming rate, it’s always good to see a rhino calf running around.

We also successfully relocated seven leopard tortoises (Stigmochelys pardalis) in the reserve and while they were walking around trying to get some food, our lion cubs thought it was a clever idea to try and play with one of them. On an enticing front, we had a great sighting on “Blue cranes” close to a water hole. It’s not a common thing to happen in the area but sometimes we get some species that wander into the reserve.

The elephants are enjoying this time of the year with the marulas dropping its fruit for elephants to eat. We can see them standing around the tree picking up fruit one at a time, and no it doesn’t make them tipsy. And that’s only in two months! So, going forward into 2018 we hope our sightings will be as exciting or even better. With all the young impalas, wildebeests and zebras around making it look like a kindergarten. The reserve is full of life. The rangers are also spending time taking the guests and teaching them all about the fauna and flora for this area. We look forward to a busy year, great sightings, meeting you and making good friends.


Our Managers

Ben Hurst
Ben Hurst General Manager
Manages all Africa offices from the Denmark head office. Known for great travel packages like Mandela Africa Tours.
Annelise Bothma
Annelise Bothma General Manager
Manages the Southern Africa office including Namibia and Honeyguide Tented Safari Camps.
Julian Camm
Julian Camm Sales Manager
Julian manages all sales for Africa and the building of new relations with key tour operators internationally.
Jennie Camm
Jennie Camm General Manager
Manages the East Africa offices in Kenya and Tanzania. Safari holidays is their specialty!

Our Affiliations

Cape Town Tourism Member
Cape Town Tourism Member View More
Africa Travel Association Member
Africa Travel Association Member View More
African Travel & Tourism Association Member
African Travel & Tourism Association Member View More
SATSA Member
SATSA Member View More
TASA Member
Tours & Safari Association Member View More
KATO Member
KATO Member View More