A distinct outdoor education camp in the heart of Zululand
Main Camp is our longest running camp and has been open since 1991. Located near Babanango Valley Country House the camp has a wonderful communal feel to it, the camp consists of 13 permanent tents and two ablution facilities – it can accommodate up to 120 scholars. Main Camp has a very large lapa, which is usually used as a teachers entertainment and dinning area but can also be used for lectures, indoor games, camp concerts and rainy day activities. The camp is surrounded by big indigenous trees and is in close proximity to the Nsubeni River.
At Main (and Cottage Camp), staff are accommodated in our luxurious rooms at Babanango Valley Country House within close proximity of the camp. Although they stay in our 4 star country house staff pay the same rate as students. Bus drivers are accommodated in similar rooms.
Teachers Rooms (right) – Main Camp
A camp on a hilltop with views for 8km.
Cottage Camp is our newest camp, completed in 2011 the camp has become a favourite for many schools. This camp has a brilliant view and game can often be seen on the ‘impala flats’ whilst scholars eat their breakfast around the fire circle. Cottage camp has 8 permanent tents and can host up to 65 scholars. The camp also has ablution blocks and an authentic lapa.
Teachers Rooms (right) – Cottage Camp
ROCK POOLS BUSH CAMP
Let the swirls of the Nsubeni River be your bed time lullaby.
Rock Pools Bush Camp is an exquisite camp set 3 km from Babanango Valley Country House. Rock Pools has 9 large cottages under canvas with en-suite bathrooms which can either be used as teachers tents or to accommodate as many as 14 scholars per unit. The camp is structured in a linear fashion along the Nsubeni River amongst the riverine forest. The camp also has a large lapa and fire place overlooking the river. The maximum capacity of Rock pools camp is 90 scholars.
Teachers Rooms (right)– Rock Pools