Biyamiti Bush Camp is situated in a very scenic area with high game concentrations, this coupled with its small size, make it a very tranquil retreat.
Biyamiti Bush Camp is situated on the southern bank of the dry Biyamiti River. The word 'biyamiti' is an Xitsonga word meaning 'where ramparts had to be constructed around dwellings'. This is thought to be because of the fact that the area was popular due to the abundance of water, and to protect ones land ond livestock from new occupants trying to take over their territories, they had to build these ramparts.
Morning and sunset drives, as well as morning and afternoon walks, these activities can be booked at the camp reception. Bush braais are also available and include a two hour game drive.