Tsendze Camp

Tsendze camp turnoff just 7kms from Mopani rest camp in the Kruger National ParkTsendze camp turnoff just 7 kms from Mopani rest camp

'Tsendze' is from the Tsonga word for 'tsendzeleka' that means 'to ramble around like someone lost in the bush'.

The camp is just before the Mooiplaas picnic site and 7 kms south of Mopani Rest Camp.

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Tsendze camp site gate near Mooiplaas Picnic site in the Kruger National ParkTsendze camp site gate near Mooiplaas picnic site

Tsendze Camp provides a rustic experience in the natural environment of large shady trees. 

The campsite does not have electricity or generators this adds to the rustic feel of the camp.

There is a Communal kitchen available, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery are not provided. The two ablution facilities feature 'open-air' showers and are also situated in the of the two circles. 

Tsendze camp kitchen area in the Kruger National ParkTsendze camp kitchen area

The campsites are laid out in a rough figure-eight under and around beautiful ancient Leadwood, Mopane and Apple Leaf trees.

Beautiful shaded campsites in Tsendze camp in the Kruger National ParkBeautiful shaded campsites under large trees

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Because of all these large trees, the camp offers great birding opportunities!

Arrowmarked Babblers can be seen throughout the Kruger National ParkArrowmarked Babblers can be seen throughout the Kruger

The camp is also close to two prominent seasonal water courses; namely the Tsendze River and Nshawu Creek and a few good waterholes.

Large Buffalo herds come to Malopenyana wh on H15 to drink in the Kruger National ParkLarge Buffalo herds come to Malopenyana wh on H15 to drink
Hyena on the move near Tsendze campsite in the Kruger National ParkHyena on the move near Tsendze campsite
Baby Baboon hitching a ride on its moms back image taken in the Kruger National parkBaby Baboon hitching a ride on mom's back
This Buffalo face makes for a great photograph taken in the Kruger National ParkThis Buffalo face makes for a great photograph

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