Originally purchased by Edwin Crookes as a hunting farm called Northumberland in 1936,Angela’s Safari Camp is one of the original camps in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve. Angela’s Safari Camp was bought fromEdwin’s granddaughter, Angela Clark (formerly Crookes), in 1997.

The intimate Camp provides a welcome mixture of African rondavel suites that can accommodate 10 guests, and a modern, clean farm style main building and entertainment area. The landscaped garden gives way to raw, wild flora. A flagstone pathway leads guests to the awe-inspiring lookout deck, built above the Klaserie River, incorporating a second entertainment area with breath-taking views. 

Angela’s Safari Camp offers five chalets, each providing accommodation for two guests and featuring en-suite bathrooms with large showers. Every chalet is named after a local artist from the area, with a framed copy of the artist’s biography. Adding a touch of local flair, each chalet is beautifully decorated with the artist’s authentic artwork.