About Campfire Safaris
Campfire Safaris Private Game Farm is in the Balule Nature Reserve which forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park. It is situated between two of the Kruger's most popular entrance gates, Phalaborwa Gate and Orpen Gate. Campfire Safaris is situated in a Big 5 area and one of our most popular features is the 30 metre lookout tower, affording a beautiful view of the bush and overlooking a waterhole.
Campfire Safaris offers different types of accommodation including rondawels, caravans and two bush hides. We have DStv, a swimming pool, lecture room and a curio shop. All bedding and towels are provided. The following services are available for an additional fee: transfers to and from Hoedspruit Bus Terminus and Eastgate Airport, Bush walks, Game drives, excursions to local attractions, Breakfast and Lunch - self-catering (food provided), Dinner, laundry service, Internet (WiFi), printing and photocopying.
The Balule Nature Reserve on which Campfire Safaris is situated has implemented a conservation levy on all people entering the Reserve. Please note that the charges for 2015 are R100 (one hundred) per person and R50 (fifty rand) per car. These fees are payable in cash on entering the Reserve. PLEASE NOTE that self-drive game viewing is NOT permitted in the Reserve.
Safari: Campfire Safaris forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park, a true Big 5 area.
Private rooms can not be guaranteed.
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