Tamboti is a small tented camp situated on the banks of the normally dry Timbavati river. There are 30 small tents...

and ten larger luxury tents.

These photographs below are of tent number 40, the luxury tent at the end of the row. It is the most private tent and provides a view of the riverbed and the veld...

The tents have fans so can get hot in summer. The fridges have been moved inside each tent as baboons used to damage the fridges when left outside on the porch.

The area is good for lion, wildebeest, zebras, cheetah, leopard and honey badgers.

This page has been created to allow visitors to post their special stories and pictures for others to see.

The photographs should be taken from within the camp or close to the Orpen, Maroela camp areas such as the Rabelais loop, S140 or H7 roads.

Visitors to this page can then comment on, discuss and rate each picture and story.

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Tamboti's Mascot 
Tamboti's mascot Honey Badger looking to share our braai

Bum Shots 
When we stay at Tamboti we do see animals from our tent but we tend to get only bum shots...

Another 'Bum Shot'... 
The point we are making here is that you don't need to focus only on the animal's face - some animals have interesting patterns on their bums, like the …

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