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Machampane Wilderness Camp - Luxury Tent

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Views of the Machampane River at Machampane Wilderness Camp / Luxury Tented Camp in Parque Nacional do Limpopo in the Mozambique sector of the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park / Transfrontier Conservation Area adjacent to the Kruger National Park in South Africa.

The Machampane luxury tented camp is on the banks of the Machampane River. The source of the river being in the Lebombo Mountains in the Kruger National Park in South Africa. It flows through Mozambique from the Giriyondo Border Post, past the Machampane Wilderness Camp and into the Massingir Dam. The camp accommodates a maximum of 10 guests. From the camp visitors can take guided walks and enjoy excellent game viewing and bird-watching opportunities through the pristine wilderness.

www.dolimpopo.com

www.tfpd.co.za

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