Game drives in the area allow for exclusive game viewings as the area is still restricted. Experienced and knowledgeable guides take guests through this pristine terrain and the many waterholes offer high chances of spotting a diversity of wildlife. In fact, there are more than fifteen waterholes in this area that attract elephant, rhino, leopard, lion, springbok, gemsbok, and red hartebeest. In addition to which, the birdlife is prolific and the seasonal flowers of Dolomite Hill are a highlight for botanists. It is also an area where previously endangered species like the black rhinoceros and black-faced impala have successfully bred. Hartmann’s mountain zebra live here too.
Facilities at the camp include a reception area, guest lounge, fireside boma, laundry service, two restaurant areas, curio shop, swimming pool, and secure parking. Dolomite Camp is unfenced; thus guests are not allowed to wander outdoors after dark but are escorted to and from rooms. All rooms are equipped with a phone that can be used to request an escort.