camps, Kruger National Park
THIS CAMP TO IS SET IN THE NORTHERN REGION OF THE PARK, IT IS SET ALONG THE REMOTE AREA OF THE LETABA RIVER, SO NOT SUPRISSING THAT IT OFFERS GREAT GAME VIEWING FROM THE RIVER AND SURROUNDING THE CAMP ARE THE MOPANE TREES THAT COVERS THE REGION ....................................
The Visitor centre is a must. The display and educational material is faultless. There are fresg cold drinks available and always someone to answer your questions.
The swimming pool is a welcoming refresher after a hot days bush whacking before dinner time in the hot balmy african bush. There are lifeguards and the pool area cant be faulted. It is also a great way to distract the kids while the parents are breaking camp to move on to the next stage of your Kruger trip.
There is an outside auditorium theatre where nightly showings of relevant films can be viewed and these are often free or at a minimal cost.
A cosy restaurant means that if you dont want to you dont have to cook.
Pretoriuskop is one of the oldest restcamps at the Kruger National Park. It's situated in the southwestern part of the park Pretoriuskop sourveld, surrounded by hills (kopje = hill) and valleys. During the 19th century Voortrekkers investaigated possiblities of establishing a trade route to Portuguesse harbours in Mozambique via this area.
Pretoriuskop is the fourth largest camp in Kruger and has a variety of accommodation options. There is a licensed restaurant, laundromat shop and picnic facilities in the area. The activities include different types of game drives and walks, natural rock swimming pool and documentary videos on wildlife.
this is a small camp with all your facilities from places to stay to parking caravan`s and pitching up ones tent`s a small shop for snakes ans things and a small curios shop for the animals and t` shirts caps that sort of thing and for the cliff (whitcliff62) the beers
THIS CAMP IS IN THE EASTERN PART OF THE PARK , IT OVER LOOKS BEAUTIFULL SENERY ON TO THE NWANETSI RIVER AND IT BOASTS THE LARGEST CONCENTRATION OF WILD LIFE IN THE PARK .................................
THIS CAMP LIES IN THE REMOTE PARK OF THE KRUGER PARK , THE MAKULEKE TRIBE IS THE NEIGHBOUR HOOD TRIBE THEY EVEN HELPED TO BUILD THE CAMP, THE CAMP BOOST`S THERE MENU WHICH HAS A GREAT SOUTH AFRICAN DISHES ..........................................
Olifants camp has benches where you can see beautiful views over river... even if you dont overnight here try spend a short while here.
IT IS ONE OF THE BEST GAME VEIWING PLACES IN THE PARK,THE DRY RIVER ACTS AS A SPONGE FOR THE WATER THAT STAYS UNDERNEATH THE SOIL NOT TO DEEP FOR THE ANIMALS TO GET TO