About Call of Africa
Call of Africa is a spacious guest house located in a private game reserve, immersed in the African bush. We offer accommodation for eight or more guests in four bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning and mosquito nets.
There is an additional guest bathroom, as well as a large lounge with DStv, a modern kitchen and a large terrace. The viewing deck overlooks the Crocodile River and the Kruger National Park, and the garden has a private swimming pool ideal for relaxing.
Lunch and dinner can be arranged if required. Children are welcome at Call of Africa and our friendly staff are available day and night to assist guests.
Safari: Located 12 to 15 minutes from Kruger National Park's Crocodile Bridge Gate. Walking safaris: Starting from the house you can walk through the bush along the Crocodile River where you overlook the Kruger NP. Viewings of wild animals are frequent.
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