Baleni Cultural Camp has five stand-alone thatched rondavels, each with two ¾ beds, chairs and a bedside stand. Linen is not provided as part of the tariff. Ablutions are communal with flush toilets, shower and basins.
The kitchen, dining and campfire facilities are communal and give adventure travellers an ideal opportunity to get to meet and interact with other like-minded travellers. You will share a gas hob and campfire for cooking, as well as a fridge and freezer for storage of food. The necessary pots, crockery and cutlery are also supplied.
There is no electricity and paraffin or solar lanterns are provided for light at night. If planning to braai (barbeque) or make a fire, don’t forget to bring firewood. While it is safe to drink, some people don’t like the taste of the local water, so you are advised to bring your own bottled drinking water. This is a low-risk malaria area. Precautions are advised.