RETURN Africa's Hutwini Walking Safaris Camp Set to Reopen After Major Upgrades
The remote Hutwini Walking Safaris Camp in South Africa's Makuleke Contractual Park is set to reopen this April after undergoing extensive renovations. Operated by RETURN Africa as part of their Pafuri Collection in northern Kruger National Park, the camp has been upgraded to provide a more comfortable and spacious guest experience.
The rebuilt camp features a beautifully furnished lounge and mess area for relaxation and dining, along with completely new guest tents. Each of the four 8m x 4m tents opens onto a private wooden deck and comes equipped with flush toilets and outdoor bucket showers. The tent interiors mirror the earthy bush surrounds.
The new upgrades provide better cooling and shade with optimal tent placement. Hutwini joins Nkula Walking Safaris Camp in offering intimate guided walking safaris from April to October annually. Guides from the Makuleke community lead adventures through the area's spectacular diversity of landscape and wildlife.
The partnership between the Makuleke community and RETURN Africa continues to provide substantial local employment. Approximately 95% of the Pafuri Collection’s full-time staff including all its senior managers hail from the community.