Embanking one of the Kruger National Park's few perennial rivers is the Lower Sabie game camp. With its soothing riverine views and Lebombo-Mountain-skyline in the background, this camp is an exhibition of the natural wealth of this area.
Our accommodation consists of Luxury B&B Rooms located separately from the chalets, and are perfect for guests wanting a little more luxury. Self catering chalets which are ideal for larger groups of guests.
Named after a nearby hill under which Voortrekker Willem Pretorius, of Carl Trichardt's 1848 expedition to Delagoa Bay, is buried, Pretoriuskop camp is one of the oldest in the park.
Located in the midst of striking prehistoric settlements on the Matjulu Spruit, Berg-en-Dal camp has been built with care and preservation for the surrounding area - original San rock paintings still clearly visible.
Relax in your accommodation or under the trees and enjoy the song of the many birds or listen to the snort of warthogs and the grunts of impala or the barking of zebra in the day or just drink in the beautiful bush scenery.
Renowned for its dense and varied population of lion prides, Crocodile Bridge is tucked into the Southeastern corner of the Kruger National Park, and shares the northern bank of its name sake.
The Kruger National Park's largest rest camp, as well as its administrative headquarters, Skukuza is situated on the southern banks of the Sabie River. Well foliaged, with lofty trees along the river's edge.
Satara rest camp owes its bustling demeanour to its 200+ person accommodation, a community of campers set out in a series circles in the middle of the Kruger National Park.