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Overview
RRiver Camp - Spanning the magnificent Kariega Estuary on its course to meet the warm Indian Ocean, malaria-free Sibuya is South Africa’s only ‘Big 5’ game reserve accessed solely by boat. After arriving at Sibuya’s reception near the river mouth in Kenton-on-Sea, guests embark on a meandering 45-minute boat cruise to the breathtakingly beautiful Reserve. A favourite amongst friends, families and sole-use groups, River Camp, a small and intimate child friendly camp has four beautifully appointed tented rooms, all en suite. Discretely tucked into a small forest on the river bank, each tented room has been designed with its own unique layout in order to avoid felling trees and to protect as much of the site as possible. A light and airy design lets nature’s sights and sounds flood into the generously proportioned guest areas, creating a sense of oneness with the wilderness all around. Part of the purpose of a getaway is to relax! River Camp offers ample opportunity for guests to do this, and few pastimes can be more soporific than lying on a hammock with a book, listening to the birdsong in trees. At night, the soft glow of lanterns and distant roar of the ocean are the only distractions from the crackling outdoor fire. As Sibuya is an Eco destination, this camp is run almost exclusively on solar power unless the weather interferes, then there is gas backup. Sibuya has a light footprint, light pollution is kept to a minimum, energy efficient lighting and solar lamps enhance the atmosphere
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