About Foxy Crocodile Bush Retreat
Tucked in the heart of the African bush, Foxy Crocodile Bush Retreat is all you long for and more.
Our spacious chalets are designed to allow you an intimate immersion in nature as you relax and recharge. Nestled on the banks of the Crocodile River bordering the world-renowned Kruger National Park,We have two Luxury apartments overlooking the Kruger National Park and a single Bush Cottage set back and private.
Safari: Stress Free Safari stay, We will grocery shop and stock the fridge on your behalf before arrival, arrange your sunrise or sunset Open vehicle Safaris into the Kruger National Park. Our apartments are cleaned daily so you can relax on Safari.
Romantic: We have intentionally created a stress-free space where couples can spend quality time together, a sublime romantic escape. If you are looking for a place where you can literally escape with the one you love - Foxy Crocodile Bush Retreat.
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Foxy Crocodile Bush Retreat Map
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