Bateleur Safari Camp

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Information Booklet

Please download our information booklet. It contains useful information on the camp and your upcoming stay.

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Twin beds in the Rhino room at Bateleur

What to Expect

Your adventure awaits, be sure to check out some of the exciting reasons why Bateleur is becoming the premiere destination for African safaris.

What to Wear

from the sky a group of trackers and travelers


During the period October to April the days are warm with temperatures of up to 40 degrees Celsius or sometimes higher. The days are often partly cloudy or overcast and warm and humidity levels can be quite high. At night the temperature can drop to 18 degrees Celsius.

The Bateleur camp hidden beneath the trees


During the period May to September the days are a lot cooler with low humidity. The temperature generally sits around 22 to 28 degrees Celsius and the days are often sunny and clear. The nights and early mornings are often very cool and temperatures can drop to about 5 degrees Celsius, sometimes even lower. The odd cold front may blow over the area bringing cool, windy and overcast conditions with soft rain.

A hyena takes a stroll through the African bush


The Timbavati is considered a low risk malaria area, however clients should consult their local travel clinic regarding prophylaxis. The highest risk time for malaria is December to April