Destination Bushveld Bliss Out

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The Last Word Kitara
The Last Word Kitara

The Last Word Kitara is our spectacular gem situated in the heart of the African bushveld. This wildlife retreat hugs the banks of the Klaserie River that runs through the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve where our magnificent Kitara finds its home.
Based within the famed Greater Kruger National Park, the Big Five on your doorstep, it’s an absolute haven for wildlife enthusiasts or anyone wanting to get away from it all and connect to the sanctity of nature.

Wedged between the Klaserie and Olifants Rivers and constituting 6000 hectares of pristine bushveld, this soulful safari camp has everything that the quintessential safari must offer. Our highly experienced field guides and trackers are ready to show you the richness and beauty of this bush bliss.

Traverse the rich, untapped prolific landscapes via comfortable open-air game drives or eco-sensitive, carbon-neutral walking safaris. Enjoy even slower safaris on our sun-drenched deck, dine under a star-spangled night sky and enjoy breakfast al fresco, out in the bush. Our six spacious suites offer elegance and the ultimate comfort that hospitality has to offer.

Our lovely people at The Last Word Kitara are ready to welcome you with their warmth and kindness. From management to general staff, they all share our passion for boutique-style hospitality. The team is on-hand to exceed your every expectation. Immerse yourself in our private, luxurious wildlife sanctuary situated in one of South Africa’s most sought-after nature conservancies. But don’t let your dream visit to South Africa end there. Let us take you by the hand and envelope you in our unparalleled hospitality for a little longer. Combine your stay at Kitara with our other ‘beyond boutique’ properties unpacked below.

Visit website: https://www.thelastword.co.za/the-last-word-ki

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