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First time visit,hopefully not the last.
I was most impressed to see what the area has to offer, unfortunately in our limited time we squeezed in what we could .Kampersrus is on my "must do again "list.
stanley wilson
South Africa

Accommodation options in Kampersrus
There are many types of accommodation in Kampersrus from the private upmarket chalets of Moholoholo Yamti to their backpackers' options. The 'places to stay' vary from self-catering chalets to full service resorts. The Cotton Club provides excellent meals as does the Wildebeest Lapa. Biggets attraction is the Moholoholo Animal Rehab Centre. Kampersrus is about 65 kms from Kruger Park's Orpen Gate.
Brian Hough
South Africa

The town of Kampersrus
Kampersrus is situated on the foothills of Mariepskop where the battle of the Bapedi people took place. The town came into being long after the wars on the farm Bedford owned by Mr Mare who parted with his land to establish a town and school for the surrounding area. The town later became Kampersrus and the school is still named Mariepskop. Kampersrus is the ideal base to visit the greater Kruger to Canyon biosphere reserve and the panorama. The biosphere area includes parts of the Kruger National Park, the Underberg area of Mpumalanga and the Drakensburg Mountain Range.The town is flanked...
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Lynette Maree
South Africa

Kampersrus the town under Mariepskop
This town is situated on the slopes of Mariepskop and most of the houses are settled amongst the bush and the mountain valleys. To the person entering the town most of the houses are not visible. The people in this town are all into nature and the bush although everyone wants the modern with it. There are houses, guesthouses, B&B's restaurants, local pub, and even a "mall" (shopping centre and garage. This is a old world town near enough to everything but has enough of everything for everyday life. The primary school is a legend in the Lowveld.
Lynette Maree
South Africa