We stayed over at the relatively Limpopo Forest Tented camp in the Mapungubwe National Park for three nights recently. Accommodation, consisting of rather elegantly designed, self-catering 'safari' tent complete with kitchen and bathroom was completely satisfactory and up to the normal standard of SANPARKS, the national parks operator. Our tent, number six, faced into the riverine forest of amost emerald green shrubbery and towering indigenous trees. While not overly luxurious the facility was competely adequate and clean.
It was a joy to hear, for three days, nothing but the chorus of bird songs during the day and those of crickets and beatles at night. If you have a watchful eye you will see buck grazing neaby the tent's porch.
While the Park does offer game drives and a guided tour of the Mapungubwe archeoligical sites (a UN Heritage Site) the forested camp is fairly isolated; it's about a twenty minute drive to the main camp from where tours depart. However if your thing (like our) seeing is minimal people, enjoying bird life, and doing little else than reading and sleeping we can highly recommend this camp. Just take the normal precautions regarding mosquitos and bugs!