About Kruger Wielewaal Rest Camp
Kruger Wielewaal Rest Camp is a privately owned luxury bush camp situated in Marloth Park, a nature reserve bordering the world renowned Kruger National Park.
The camp comprises of three luxury en-suite rooms, which feature air-conditioning, DStv, Wi-Fi Internet access and tea and coffee facilities. There are open lounges, a boma area, a splash pool and dining areas for guests to enjoy, as well as braai facilities, an indoor fireplace and parking on the premises.
Apart from the amazing game drives and bush walks that can be had in the Kruger National Park, other attractions include the Crocodile Bridge Gate, the Boondocks Labyrinth and the Hot Air Balloon Flights from Hazyview.
Spa: Located in the open bush with no fencing and wildlife roaming freely. Enjoy an African-style pampering; while keeping the safari spa experience thoroughly African and positively memorable.
Golf: We offer golf , Fishing and safari's
Full payment required 1 month prior to arrival (unless otherwise arranged).
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Kruger Wielewaal Rest Camp Map
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