Poolside Game Viewing
Buffale herd party at the waterhole
Steenbok Chalet for Romance
Elephants visit the patio that overlooks the waterhole
Safari Boma Nights
Campfire chatter under star spangled skies
Your Stay

Chacma Bush Camp has only three chalets, each of which can be configured to suit guests’ needs. Chalets are built from natural stone and thatch, which provides a cooling effect during the hot summer months and a sense of warmth during the winter. Each of the rooms is similar in its decor, amenities and finishings but differs slightly in its layout and views. All rooms have air-con, plenty of cupboard space and en-suite bathroom with shower. 

Klipspringer sleeps a family of 6 people and has an outdoor shower; Steenberg chalet sleeps 3 people and is next to the main area with a direct view of the waterhole; and Grysbok chalet has two separate rooms sleeping 2 adults and 2 children. Chalets are all just a few meters from the main area of camp, making it ideal for multigenerational family travel.

The main area of camp comprises three relaxation spots which include the boma, dining area and pool/patio deck. The pool and patio provide a tranquil area for relaxing during the day, while the boma is ideal for catching up around the campfire.

At Chacma, guests can expect a maximum level of comfort while being surrounded by wild, rugged surroundings. 

Our Top 5
  • An ideal safari camp for multigenerational travel
  • Watching elephants drink from the waterhole in front of the patio
  • The Steenbok chalet for romantic safaris
  • Location in an undiscovered Big 5 reserve
  • Warm and friendly hospitality

Where To
Find Us

Chacma Bush Camp is ideally located in the Maseke Game Reserve, a completely off-the-beaten track private reserve teeming with wildlife. Explore untouched landscapes with rocky outcrops, diverse vegetation and the Olifants River.

The 8000 hectare private game reserve shares open borders with the Kruger National Park, which means wildlife can roam freely throughout. The undulating landscape is home to the Olifants River just south of camp, while old mica caves dot the landscape throughout.

The area is a big five reserve and the bonus? It’s a relatively unknown reserve but certainly doesn’t lack in terms of sightings. Less people, more wildlife!

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