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Maninghi Lodge

1 Review
Sleeps 12 in 6 rooms

Maninghi Lodge, which means ‘Place of Plenty’, is situated on the banks of the Olifants River, in the northern section of Balule Nature...
Maninghi Lodge, which means ‘Place of Plenty’, is situated on the banks of the Olifants River, in the northern section of Balule Nature Reserve, which is open to the Kruger National Park. This self-catering lodge has the Big 5 within the reserve, and is a bird watcher's paradise. Sit back, relax, and enjoy viewing animals coming down to drink at the river, while from the viewing deck, watching birds feed in our two magnificent sycamore fig trees. Take a guided game drive within Balule Nature Reserve, or opt to experience the wild on foot with a guided bush walk. Maninghi Lodge accommodates up to 12 guests in five bedrooms, although the lodge can be also be booked for smaller groups or couples. The lodge is fully-furnished, boasting comfortably appointed bedrooms and lounges, as well as all necessary kitchen appliances and utensils, and makes an ideal holiday home. With plenty of local attractions in the area, spend the day visiting the Kruger National Park, Blyde River Canyon, Khamai Reptile Park, Moholoholo Rehabilitation Centre and Echo Caves, to name a few. Let Maninhgi Lodge be your affordable nature escape away from home.
from R1000

Ximongwe River Camp

Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Ximongwe River Camp is situated along the stunning Olifants River, in the Parsons Nature Reserve. The camp consists of a cottage called...
Ximongwe River Camp is situated along the stunning Olifants River, in the Parsons Nature Reserve. The camp consists of a cottage called the Hippo Cottage which sleeps ten guests. Hippo Cottage comprises of five bedrooms with double beds, two bathrooms with a shower and a bath, a spacious fully equipped kitchen, a lounge and a dining area. Ximongwe also offers guests a great viewing deck with a swimming pool. Attractions in and around the area include the Kruger National Park, the Olifants River Valley and the Makalali Conservancy.
from R860

Raptor Retreat Game Lodge

8 Reviews
Sleeps 22 in 5 rooms

At Raptor Retreat Game Lodge, you can enjoy the feeling of being comfortably insignificant as you look out at the misguided paths of trees...
At Raptor Retreat Game Lodge, you can enjoy the feeling of being comfortably insignificant as you look out at the misguided paths of trees and the lives inhabiting them. The warm scent of wild lavender and sunshine, lifting your senses, raising your awareness of the wild breathing around you. An escape from the ever-moving cities to a place where time stands still and the thrill of the untamed nature looking you in the eyes, making you feel the true beauty of being alive and acknowledging that these animals share a heartbeat just like yours. Raptors Retreat is an owner-managed game lodge, offering luxurious accommodation and excellent service. The lodge is situated on the Parsons Nature Reserve in the Mopani region, approximately 40 km north of Hoedspruit and only a 4 km game drive away from the banks of the Olifants River. Parsons Nature Reserve forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park, and this unspoilt corner of South Africa is renowned for its abundance of wildlife, mountainous scenery, indigenous forests, cascading waterfalls, and diverse cultures. At the heart of Raptor Retreat is the Main Lodge, where guests can gather to either dine or catch up on their adventures. Relax with a drink on the deck or slump into one of the voluptuous leather couches. The Main Lodge features a huge deck that looks out over an open plain where herds come to graze or drink at the waterhole and predators wait for an opportunity. The large lounge area features comfortable seating, a fireplace, full DStv and a modest library of DVDs and books for those rainy days. Hearty meals are served twice a day in the dining area, or on the deck where you will experience good old-fashioned home cooking. Meals can also be taken under the stars in the boma which features a built-in table, bench seating and a fire-pit, as well as traditional and gas braai facilities. Nearby is the larger communal pool with recliners and umbrellas. With the possibility of having the Big 5 on your doorstep and an abundance of birdlife, we offer early morning or late afternoon informative game drives with an experienced field guide, promising you much more than just a game-viewing experience. Take in the breathtaking views of the Olifants River Valley whilst sipping on a refreshment and savouring the local snacks. For the more energetic, professionally guided bush and bird walks, as well as nature enlightenment of all the fauna and flora in the area, are offered daily. Led by specialist field guides, safety is of the utmost importance. We also offer accompanied day trips into the Kruger Park, or you can explore the Big 5 in your own vehicle at your own pace. Overnight trips into the Kruger Park are available by prior arrangement. Please note: Game drives are at an additional cost of R250.00 per person for a three hour drive and game walks are R300.00 per person.
from R1530

Khula's Cottage

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Khula’s Cottage is the recently unveiled eco-friendly self-catering cottage, built in a truly unique and extraordinary location within the...
Khula’s Cottage is the recently unveiled eco-friendly self-catering cottage, built in a truly unique and extraordinary location within the perimeter of The Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre. Basic electricity is provided via solar panels, and limited mobile phone coverage facilitates a true African getaway from the hustle and bustle of city living. The cottage offers an exclusive and private setting to observe the life of HESC’s cheetahs, and is the perfect base from which to explore the scenic wonders of the Lowveld, including God's Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes and Pilgrim’s Rest. This is a birder’s paradise, for the region supports a diverse and multi-kaleidoscopic number of bird species. Another treat for feathered enthusiasts is watching vultures descend from the sky in time to avail themselves of the pickings delivered to the ‘Vulture Restaurant’ at the HESC each day. Khula’s Cottage is set within its own enclosed and protected area, offering a private and personal experience. This is the ideal experience for self-drive clients who do not wish to compromise on comfort, but are looking for an authentic bush experience with great value for money. The cottage comprises three en-suite bedrooms and is perfect for larger families, or for friends travelling together. The cottage consists of two twin rooms, each with an additional day bed, and one double room. An expansive wooden deck boasts spectacular views of the surrounding wilds. Amenities include towels, linen, cutlery, tea and coffee-making facilities and cooking utensils. The cottage also offers a gas fridge and stove. As a self-catered unit, clients determine their own meal times and preferences. The outdoor boma is the spot for a magnificent meal underneath the stars. Breakfast and lunch is also served daily at The Deli, based within the HESC. Visitors who are travelling from afar may also send their grocery list through in advance, and the HESC team will acquire the items on their behalf. Clients staying at Khula’s Cottage will have a dedicated ranger on hand should they require any assistance. Visitors will leave their vehicles at HESC, and a ranger will escort them to the cottage. Tours are available at the centre. Game drives on the Kapama Game Reserve are also available at additional cost on request and include a beverage in a scenic sundowner venue at sunset. Regret no pets allowed. Please note the gates open at 06:00 and close at 17:00 daily.
from R1500

Baobab Ridge Greater Kruger

Sleeps 12 in 5 rooms

Baobab Lodge offers large groups intimate and luxurious accommodation in the Greater Kruger Park. ...
Baobab Lodge offers large groups intimate and luxurious accommodation in the Greater Kruger Park. Each of the chalets are a short distance from the main lodge and offer guests complete privacy with the feeling of being alone in their own piece of the Africa bush. The lodge as a whole can accommodate a maximum of 16 guests and comprises five double bed chalets, one single bed chalet with three single beds, and one family chalet with one double and one single bedroom. The chalets each have their own small kitchenette equipped with a fridge, tea and coffee-making facilities and a sink. The units consist of an open-plan lounge and kitchenette area with verandah doors that fold back, completely opening the rooms onto the deck looking directly into the bush, spacious bedrooms with luxurious cotton bedding and windows on all sides, and bathrooms with his and hers sinks, stand-alone stone baths and both indoor and outdoor showers. In addition, all chalets have a safe and are serviced twice daily. Please note that the rates displayed are for maximum eight guests; 9 to 12 guests are charged R850 each a night and 13 to 16 guests R750 each per night.
from R6400

Mananga Private Bush Retreat

2 Reviews
Sleeps 6 in 3 rooms

Mananga Private Bush Retreat offers both the business and leisure traveller elegance, tranquillity...
Mananga Private Bush Retreat offers both the business and leisure traveller elegance, tranquillity and a magnitude of activities in the midst of the renowned Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve and the Kruger National Park. Mananga Private Bush Retreat is located on a private wildlife estate next to the Protea Hotel Kruger Gate. Mananga offers a luxurious bush experience, authentically designed and decorated with two beautifully designed en-suite bedrooms, fully equipped kitchen, lounge and patio, set beautifully in the heart of the African bush with prolific birdlife and general game. For your convenience breakfast and dinner can be booked at the Hotel. This owner-managed establishment offers tailor-made safari packages, each uniquely developed to suite your individual requirements, making each moment memorable. At Mananga Private Bush Retreat, we endeavour to make you feel at home. Informative welcome packs are prepared and reservations can be made for transfers, restaurants, safaris, Panorama Tours and adventure activities. Safaris are done in an open safari vehicle with an experienced guide. Day trips or multiple day tours are done in the renowned Kruger National Park, only 800 meters away. Overnight Safaris in the Kruger Park are also available. Fly in to Skukuza's new airport and we will gladly collect you and transfer to the retreat only 15 km away. The Panorama Route with its spectacular view points, like God`s Window and the Bourke`s Luck Potholes, Three Rondawels, Blyde River Canyon and beautiful waterfalls are a must see during your stay, private tours can be arranged prior to arrival.
from R3800

Nkelenga Tented Camp

Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Shrouded in the shade of the mighty acacia, n’Kelenga Tented Camp nestles into the lush savannah of the Limpopo province, bringing guests...
Shrouded in the shade of the mighty acacia, n’Kelenga Tented Camp nestles into the lush savannah of the Limpopo province, bringing guests closer to the evocative African wild. Situated in the game rich Thornybush Private Nature Reserve, guests are treated to a location that features some of the area’s most awe-inspiring vistas. Boasting a bouquet of flora and fauna, n’Kelenga Tented Camp provides guests with a rustic, humbling experience. Accommodating up to 10 guests, n’Kelenga provides a self-catering experience to be shared with those close to you. A well-appointed, air-conditioned main house with lounge, dining area and fully equipped kitchen as well as loft area, perfect for children. The three en-suite tents are reminiscent of the colonial era of exploration. Comfortably furnished, this tented paradise provides guests with an intimate experience of the bush, whether it is viewed from the swimming pool or one of the many bush trails. Creature comforts are still afforded to guests. Private game drives, hosted by your own ranger and tracker team provide a delicious diversion from relaxing. In addition, n’Kelenga affords a dedicated housekeeper to ensure the seamless running of your holiday. End the day on the deck of your tented chalet overlooking the dam.
from R8600

Angela's Safari Camp

Sleeps 10 in 5 rooms

Angela's Safari Camp is set in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve in Mpumalanga. It is ideal for those nature fanatics who are looking for...
Angela's Safari Camp is set in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve in Mpumalanga. It is ideal for those nature fanatics who are looking for a true bush experience. The camp has five chalets. They are air-conditioned and include en-suite bathrooms. Guests can also enjoy features such as overhead fans and bar fridges. The camp has a lounge with a television with DStv access, a lapa area with braai facilities, and a kitchen with a fridge, a microwave, and a gas stove. Daily cleaning services are available to guests.
from R7150

Olifants Rest Camp Kruger National Park SANParks

8 Reviews
Sleeps 320 in 127 rooms

Experience the beauty and diversity of a South African National Park (SANPark) camp. Guests that...
Experience the beauty and diversity of a South African National Park (SANPark) camp. Guests that visit Olifants will be exposed to an unforgettable window of Africa. The camp is situated a top a hill which towers several hundred feet over the Olifants river. Views from the lookout platforms allow one to see the river below, just as a soaring eagle would survey it, as it hunts from the skies. Please note the rates displayed are subject to the number of adults as well as children staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R1680

Struwig Eco Reserve

Sleeps 68 in 8 rooms

Welcome to Struwig Eco Reserve, a special place in the heart of the African bushveld. The reserve is part of an area of more than two...
Welcome to Struwig Eco Reserve, a special place in the heart of the African bushveld. The reserve is part of an area of more than two million hectares where Africa’s wild animals, including the Big 5, hippopotamus and crocodile, roam freely in their habitat. Our chalets are situated on the bank of the Olifants River enabling our visitors to spend hours watching game from the luxury of the visitors area, while having a braai or just relaxing with friends. The reserve has ten thatch roofed chalets and a large thatch roofed dormitory for large groups. Accommodation is modern, comfortable and cleaned daily. Towels are not provided. The rate includes a two hour game drive as well as a bundle of wood per unit. Catering is also available on request. We have a superb central lapa equipped with a braai area and full views across the Olifants River. The river is lit during evenings and often animal activity can be observed while enjoying a braai. Hear the lion roar, hiena laugh and hippo “talking” at night around the camp. Our experienced guides will take you on game drives where you can see animals such as lion, leopard, rhino, giraffe and elephant. The more adventurous can go for a walk with an armed guide to meet the animals in their own world, and also experience the smaller wonders of creation. Keen for some birdwatching, then Struwig is the spot. One can view fish eagles, puffback, kingfishers, waxbills, waders and if you are fortunate, the pells fishing owl. Struwig is a private reserve which gives our guests exclusive use of our property and that of our neighbouring reserves. This unique setting promises the peace and tranquillity which public reserves cannot provide. We invite you to come and have a unique experience in a place where Africa lives wild.
from R390
When the world was still young, some 3500 million years ago, molten rock forced its way through the...
When the world was still young, some 3500 million years ago, molten rock forced its way through the earth's crust and solidified to form the spectacular granite outcrops where Pretoriuskop Rest Camp is now nestled. The impressive granite dome known as “Shabeni Hill” is not far from the camp, which is found in the southwestern corner of the Kruger National Park. It is immediately apparent to any visitor that Pretoriuskop is unique as brilliant red trees adorn the camp, pre-dating the decision to make exclusive use of indigenous plants in laying out rest camp gardens. Nostalgia prompted an exception to the rule for Pretoriuskop, the Kruger National Park's oldest rest camp, and exotic flowering plants were allowed to stay, enhancing the strong sense of the past that is so pervasive. Please note the rates displayed are subject to the number of adults as well as children staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R430

Tamboti Tented Camp Kruger National Park SANParks

4 Reviews
Sleeps 120 in 40 rooms

Tamboti Tented Camp is a small camp situated on the banks of the Timbavati River, on the western...
Tamboti Tented Camp is a small camp situated on the banks of the Timbavati River, on the western boundary of the Kruger National Park, approximately 2 km east of Orpen Rest Camp. Due to the size and location of this camp, Tamboti is one of the most popular camps in the Park. A great feature is the boma, which makes it ideal for small groups of people to gather around the camp fire and relive the animal sightings of the day. For the birding enthusiasts, Tamboti offers a bird hide in which to spend hours looking for that exclusive raptor that has up to now eluded you. The natural bush feeling is kept inside the camp, which has the result of emphasizing guest privacy.
from R470

Lower Sabie Rest Camp Kruger National Park SANParks

1 Review
Sleeps 485 in 151 rooms

Lower Sabie graces the banks of the Sabie River, one of the few perennial rivers to flow through...
Lower Sabie graces the banks of the Sabie River, one of the few perennial rivers to flow through the Kruger National Park. Visitors cannot but feel soothed by the view towards the river and the Lebombo Mountains beyond. Please note the rates displayed are subject to the number of adults as well as children staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R450

Kruger Private Bush Camp

Sleeps 16 in 5 rooms

“The wilderness is something special. To me, the only way to experience the real spirit of Africa is on foot. Away from the noise and...
“The wilderness is something special. To me, the only way to experience the real spirit of Africa is on foot. Away from the noise and turmoil of modern society, it truly helps you to get your terrestrial problems into perspective.” – Norman Carr, Kakuli Kruger’s Private Bush Camps are located in the exclusive Timbavati and Klaserie private game reserves, which are part of the Big Five Greater Kruger National Park. Situated on riverbeds, surrounded by Leadwood, Mopane and Acacia trees or shaded by huge Jackalberry trees, these authentic, unfenced 8-bedded tented camps have a real African charm typically enhancing that true wilderness feeling. With a focus on experience rather than luxury the maximum of 8 guests sleep “safari style” under canvas in twin-bedded Meru-style tents, linen and towels provided. Hot showers and flush toilets are separate but closely situated between the tents, so easily accessible to all the guests. Bush walks and game drives accompanied by an experienced and knowledgeable guide, are offered early in the morning, late in the afternoon and at night. The camps have no electricity, but there is solar lighting in the tents, bathrooms, kitchen and dining areas and there are candles, paraffin lanterns and a camp fire to guide you around at night. Due to the remoteness of the camps and exclusivity of the areas, and to enhance quality game sightings, the min stay that is required is 3 nights. Packages are available from Fri-Mon (3 nights) or Mon-Fri (4 nights). A shuttle service between Johannesburg and the meeting point is available every Monday and Friday – the list of collection/drop-off points will be made available on confirmation. Self-drives: The meeting point is at a local Bush Pub on the Timbavati Road, from where you will be taken in a 4x4 Landrover into the Greater Kruger NP. Arrival and departure time at the Bush Pub is 11.00 am. Directions to the meeting point will be made available upon confirmation. Fly-ins at Eastgate Airport Hoedspruit: Pick-ups and drop-offs at Eastgate Airport Hoedspruit on Mondays and Fridays are at 11.30 am and free of charge. Arrival and departure later than 11.30 am are subject to additional charges.
from R3300

Lodge 23, Elephant Point

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Lodge 23 is situated in the esteemed Elephant Point estate, only eight kilometers from the entrance to the Kruger National park. The lodge...
Lodge 23 is situated in the esteemed Elephant Point estate, only eight kilometers from the entrance to the Kruger National park. The lodge offers luxurious accommodation in this four bedroom self-catering lodge. The spacious house comprises four guest suites each with a private en-suite bathroom. The large living area offers a modern open-plan feel, with a gourmet kitchen and spacious entertainment area comprising a dining and lounge area with a fireplace. The lodge includes a sculler and prep kitchen with a dishwasher, deep freeze and a fully equipped laundry. The outdoor areas are as modern and spacious as the interior living spaces. Upstairs guest will find a covered deck and bar with a flat screen TV, DStv and DVD player. Downstairs is a large deck with a luxurious under-cover seating area, leading out to the Moroccan courtyard with citrus trees and fountains. The outside space also includes a swimming pool, pizza oven, Weber braai, and an an enclosed boma with a fire pit and individual chairs and tables. The rates include a daily housekeeping and boma cleaning service and free Wi-Fi in the entertainment area. A shopping service is available at an additional charge. Use of an eight-seater Microbus is included in the rate, but excludes a diesel top-up at the end of the stay.
from R11350

Baobab Hill Bush House

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Baobab Hill Bush House is the old ranger’s accommodation for a total of eight guests at any one time. It is situated on a small hill just...
Baobab Hill Bush House is the old ranger’s accommodation for a total of eight guests at any one time. It is situated on a small hill just north of the Luvuvhu River, with excellent views of the surrounding area. Perched on a secluded, baobab-studded ridge just north of the Luvuvhu, Baobab Hill Bush House was once the Pafuri ranger’s station. This rustic homestead offers ideal accommodation for families or friends seeking privacy and comfort in the bush. It consists of four bedrooms and sleeps up to eight people, with a home kitchen, open-plan dining room and lounge, a swimming pool, and an "Out of Africa" veranda, perfect for sundowners or dinners in the early evenings. The property is fenced, offering a child friendly environment. To help you explore the rich diversity of our concession, a professional guide and an open safari vehicle are on hand. The house is self-catering but, if you choose not to provide for yourself, the restaurant and bar at Pafuri Camp are at your disposal.
from R11000

Satara Rest Camp Kruger National Park SANParks

3 Reviews
Sleeps 894 in 262 rooms

Satara is a busy camp, and not without reason. It is situated in an excellent game viewing area,...
Satara is a busy camp, and not without reason. It is situated in an excellent game viewing area, with the bush relatively open and the animals plentiful and diverse. The camp itself has a rustic charm, with the bulk of the accommodation set out in a series of circles. Satara is well wooded and the bird-life is prolific. At night the clink of fruit bats is fused with the chirping of cicadas and crickets. The calls of owls and nightjars add to the symphony that is punctuated intermittently by the whoop of hyena, the screech of jackal and the roars of lion.
from R190
Punda Maria lies in the northernmost part of the Kruger National Park, 8 km from the Punda Maria...
Punda Maria lies in the northernmost part of the Kruger National Park, 8 km from the Punda Maria Gate. The camp is situated in the Sandveld region that is often described as the botanical garden of the Kruger National Park. There are numerous plant species which occur that are unique to the area. Game species most likely to be sighted include impala, zebra, buffalo, elephant, eland and sable. Please note the rates displayed are subject to the number of adults as well as children staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R380
Berg-en-Dal is situated on the bank of the Matjulu Spruit, with a view of softly undulating hills...
Berg-en-Dal is situated on the bank of the Matjulu Spruit, with a view of softly undulating hills to the east. On the northern and southern sides, dry riverbeds and a dam border the camp. There are large trees along the streams and dry riverbeds, and special care has been taken to preserve the natural vegetation in the camp. Please note the rates displayed are subject to the number of adults as well as children staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R235
Named after the mopane veld that surrounds the camp, Mopani Rest Camp nestles amongst the mopani...
Named after the mopane veld that surrounds the camp, Mopani Rest Camp nestles amongst the mopani tree-covered hills. A signature feature is the huge, gnarled, old baobab tree in the heart of the camp. The vegetation inside the camp is left as found in the wild, adding to the unique atmosphere of the camp. Please note the rates displayed are subject to the number of adults as well as children staying, hence we advise guests to request the appropriate tariffs.
from R1630

Kruger National Park South Africa

Kruger National Park Guest House Accommodation

The Kruger National Park, which measures a whopping two million hectares, is approximately the size of the whole of Wales. Although there are still fences between parts of the Kruger National Park and Mozambique and Zimbabwe, so the planned Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park is not quite yet a reality. When it is, it will be spectacular. Actually, Kruger already is.

Most of the park is situated in the Lowveld. Restricted to broad valleys below 1000m above sea level, the Lowveld is what many people consider to be the 'real' Africa. In this low-lying subtropical climate, broad-leaved trees and thorn trees co-exist happily in relatively open woodland, interspersed with long grass – and, of course, game. Wildlife abounds.

In the far north, it gets hotter and the vegetation changes to mopane woodland and, right in the northern part of the country, huge baobab trees dominate the landscape. The rivers here tend to be broad and slow moving and may consist of no more than a few unconnected pools at the end of the dry season but that's when the game congregates around the few known water sources – so it all evens out.

You may have heard the cynical remark that Kruger is 'too developed' with loads of town-like camps and other infrastructure. Well, yes. The park does have a number of good accommodation options – more than 20 SANParks camps and a few private luxury lodges as well. That may sound like a lot – but remember that Kruger is the size of Wales – and in all that space there is one town – the main camp, Skukuza, is virtually a small town – about a dozen tiny hamlets with less than a hundred families and a few out of the way camps that would probably relate to a small farmstead. That leaves an awful lot of real wilderness.

Kruger lions

You can do Kruger as a self-drive or as a guided tour. Other exciting options include walking safaris, mountain bike trails and a self-drive 4x4 trail. The nearest airport to the park is the Kruger-Mpumalanga International Airport, just outside Nelspruit.

The southern, more popular, part of Kruger is about four hour's drive from Johannesburg, and a little less from Pretoria. The drive to the more remote, far less utilised, northern part, takes a few hours longer, but it's not on the same route. You could do a great circular tour if you had ten days or so to spare. Fly in to KMIA and enter the park in the south, drive very slowly to the north, spending a day or two at different camps en route, and then drive back to Johannesburg. (Or the other way round, of course.)

Kruger zebra

Malaria:

If you are planning to travel to the Kruger National Park or Lowveld please be aware that this is a malaria region. Consult your doctor or travel clinic for advice and refer to our article on malaria.

Battle in Kruger National Park:

Check out this amazing video of a battle between buffalo, lions and another predator:

The Kruger National Park, which measures a whopping two million hectares, is approximately the size of the whole of Wales. Although there are still fences between parts of the Kruger National Park and Mozambique and Zimbabwe, so the planned Great...

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