the greenery on the banks of the Majali River lies Nitani Lodge.
A quiet mecca in the middle of the wild, the camp lies elevated
on stilts two metres above the earth (safely allowing elephants
to browse almost within touching distance) and is entirely constructed
of wood and timber. Lengthy walkways meander between the suites
and the centralized facilities. The entire camp was designed for
optimum appreciation of the bush (and not a single tree was cut
down in the process). Solar power and generator provide the electricity for the camp.
There are only five suites at
Nitani Lodge catering to no more than 10 guests at any given time.
Whilst Nitani pride themselves on a superior service ethic, with
sufficient staff to cater to every guests’ need –
privacy is sacrosanct, making Nitani a private Eden.