About Buffalo Rock Camp
Buffalo Rock Camp is a true classic back-to-nature experience. This is camping in style within the wilderness area in the Kruger National Park and the most authentic African-bush Big 5 experience. You will receive a superior level of comfort with a personal chef, qualified THETA and FGASA registered, and an experienced field guide.
You’re going to relish the gourmet candlelit bush dinners under the vast Kruger sky with the nocturnal visitors such as lion and hyena, who are often seen but always heard around the camp.
You will have the best game viewing from the open-safari vehicles with superb photographic opportunities. Your guide will delight you with his tales around the fire whilst our amazing Shangaan chef prepares your delicious bush cuisine from his tented kitchen.
A comfortable walk-in safari tent is what you will be staying in on this safari. You can forget about en-suite bathrooms or electricity. We provide the best possible portable bush showers and toilets and all camping arrangements are taken care of by the support staff.
Buffalo Rock Tented Camp is set in a high density game area that is rich in unspoiled natural beauty within the Kruger National Park. You are assured of complete privacy here. Come and experience the bush with us in true traditional-African style.
Buffalo Rock Camp Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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