andBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp

One of the Sabi Sand’s most prestigious properties, andBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp is a tasteful luxury safari lodge with the evocative atmosphere of an authentic 1920s Transvaal homestead. The 6,300 private hectares surrounding the property is renowned for leopards, and guests at the lodge’s 12 beautifully appointed cottages enjoy very intimate and intense  gameviewing experiences, with much of the estate’s wild acreage to themselves.

Children are welcome at andBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp, which features a stunning rim-flow pool overlooking a picturesque valley, spacious sitting and dining areas, a tennis court, croquet lawns as well as a comprehensive children’s programme. The open-air ‘boma’ is a wonderful place to enjoy dinner under the African stars, whilst a large veranda provides a place to dine that features fabulous views whilst being sheltered from the elements. 

Aside from leopard, some of the many species found in the wilderness surrounding andBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp include spotted hyena, white rhino, warthog, buffalo and hippo. Guests can uncover these animals and many more on twice-daily game drives in open 4WD vehicles or on interpretive bush walks.


How to get to andBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp

It’s possible to self-drive to andBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp from Johannesburg; however, it is far easier to fly into Skukuza Airport, where you are met and transferred on arrival straight to the lodge (around 15 minutes by road).

Activities at andBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp

  • Game drives in the morning and afternoon   
  • Guided walks
  • Bird-watching

*Some activities are available at extra cost.

andBeyond Kirkman’s Kamp Highlights

  • One of South Africa’s most prestigious luxury safari lodges
  • A gracious property styled to resemble an authentic 1920s homestead
  • Relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere
  • Renowned for its density of wildlife especially leopard
  • Intimate and exclusive animal encounters

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Below are some of our preferred tented camps and lodges in the Kruger, Sabi Sands and surrounding regions. Please contact us to tailor accommodation options to suit the style of your trip and your budget.

Dulini Lodge

Dulini Lodge nestles in a grove of ancient hardwood trees on the peaceful banks of the Mabrak River in the celebrated Sabi Sands Game Reserve.

Idube Game Lodge

Idube is a classic safari lodge that offers all the wildlife found in South Africa's celebrated Kruger National Park with none of the crowds.

Kings Camp

In the Timbavati Private Reserve which shares a boundary with Kruger National Park, Kings Camp faces a waterhole visited by an endless parade of wildlife.

Leadwood Lodge

Stunning Leadwood Lodge sits in a grove of ancient hardwood trees at the confluence of the Sand and Mabrak rivers in the exclusive Sabi Sand Private Game Reserves.

Londolozi Varty Camp

The Londolozi Private Game Reserve’s spiritual heart, Varty Camp is casual and relaxed in atmosphere making it a wonderful choice for families on safari.

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South Africa Overview

Why travel to South Africa: Described as “a world in one country” South Africa is more than just a safari destination. The wildlife of Kruger and the many private reserves throughout the country are complemented by South Africa’s fascinating history and diverse cultures, the beautiful coastline and majestic landscapes of the Cape.

When is the best time to view animals in South Africa? Gameviewing is best during the dry season (May-Oct); however the summer months are good for general touring and sightseeing.

What is the culture of South Africa? Many different cultures including Zulu, Swazi, Xhosa, Indian, Cape Malay and European. A unique cuisine, as well as distinct music and dance. Elegant Cape Dutch architecture.

What is the climate in South Africa? The inland plateau has a temperate climate (17°-30°C), whilst the coast is subtropical and more humid (22°-30°C). The seasons are the same as Australia, however most of the rain falls in summer. Winters are dry and sunny, but nights can be very cold. The Western Cape is the exception, with a “Mediterranean” climate – cool, wet winters and warm dry summers (17°-24°C).

What can I combine South Africa with?South Africa is easily combined with neighbouring Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Mozambique, Zambia or the nearby tropical island of Mauritius. Johannesburg is a very popular gateway to most of southern and eastern Africa.

How to get to South Africa?Many major airlines including South African Airways, Qantas, Etihad, Emirates, Kenya Airways, Qatar, Singapore Airways and British Airways fly into Johannesburg. There are also many regional airlines such as Air Botswana, and domestic carriers that service local cities such as Cape Town and the Kruger National Park area.

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