Mpumalanga in South Africa is definitely a great destination if you plan to travel Africa. Filled with game reserve gems, the entire province is geared towards tourism and there’s no shortage of tours and travel packages.
One of these gems is Camp Shawu, named after the Magnificent Seven, renowned African elephants that included the Shawu Bull with the longest tusks every recorded in South Africa, that roamed the valley for sixty years.
Camp Shawu will take your breath away as much as the magnificent Shawu did for those fortunate enough to spot him. The camp overlooks the Mpanamana Dam.
If you’re looking for a safari tour of a lifetime, Camp Shawu is the place to book. It’s located on a private concession of 15,000 hectares, on the south eastern area of the Kruger National Park and offers accommodation for ten guests in five large rooms. Authentic buffalo dung walls offer a truly genuine African safari experience.