About Crocodile Bend
Crocodile Bend is a self-catering house located in the Mjejane Reserve just outside of Hectorspruit. The house overlooks the Crocodile River and is a short drive from the Kruger National Park.
This spacious house has four bedrooms and can accommodate eight people. The open-plan living area has large leather couches and a dining room table. The open-plan kitchen leads to the living room and has a large centre island; we provide all cutlery and crockery.
The living room leads out onto a covered patio area with outdoor furniture for alfresco dining. The covered patio leads out onto a pool deck with sunloungers. Outside stairs lead to the roof deck which is the perfect place to enjoy the views towards the river and the Kruger National Park. The house is completely wheelchair friendly.
the remaining 50% has to be paid 2 weeks before your stay.
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