Accommodation is provided in traditional canvas tents pitched on wooden decking in a natural bush camp. There are three tents, two with washbasin "en suite". A central "lapa" (thatched open air dining/cooking area) is attached to a viewing deck with fire pit. The deck overlooks a permanent water hole in the dry river bed. From this vantage point, hunters and their families can watch game coming and going during the day, and enjoy the vivid African sunsets, a cold beverage, and campfire conversation after a hearty meal.

Ablution facilities include an enclosed wood-fired hot shower and flush toilet. Twin size beds with innerspring mattresses and mosquito netting ensure peaceful nights, interrupted only by the grunt of a leopard or the laugh of a hyena. Potable borehole water is provided.

The kitchen is equipped with a gas-fired refrigerator, freezer and range, together with all cutlery, crockery, pots and pans.

Guests that prefer to do their own catering can stock up on groceries en route from Richard's Bay or Durban airports. Alternatively, clients will be provided a self-serve continental breakfast, a coolerbox lunch, and a full cooked dinner for parties of 2 or more persons (Eg hunter plus observer, or two hunters). Laundry is done every other day.