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Leokwe Camp - Mapungubwe National Park

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Reviewed 4 January 2018 via mobile

Revisited Leokwe in December. The camp was full unlike previous visits, but you still feel isolated and in the bush. The chalet was very clean and well laid out, and is cleaned daily, even on weekends. The camp is not fenced, so you have to...More

Thank Rob S
Reviewed 17 August 2017

Located in the middle of nowhere, in the park, a quiet place with a huge accomodation, all equiped. The view, (choose N°18, the best) is breathtaking, animals roaming but you're safe. You will see antelopes, zebra coming down the valley below. It is beautifulk Inside...More

2  Thank SafarimanRennes
Reviewed 11 August 2017

Stayed in unit 3, chalets on the "pool side" probably have better views. Unfenced small rest camp. Very well appointed chalets, well stocked with cooking utensils. 3 nights should be a minimum stay. Outside shower which is fun but nippy during winter. Patio area so...More

1  Thank angela c
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Our second visit , SA parks are doing a good job. Roads continuously maintained! Rooms clean . While we did not see Any of the Cats, Elephants, elephants more and more! They blocked the road for a few minutes but the Park Rangers were there...More

Thank madimetjap2016
Reviewed 8 August 2017

we stayed there 2 nights at the end of our 2 weeks holiday in Zimbabwe and when planning the trip, treated it as just a stop-over on the way to JHB. It turned out to be a wonderful closure. The chalets are very nicely located,...More

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"Probably chalets on the southern side looking at the big rock face"
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"Bring Loads of Food! No fancy restaurant"
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"12 or 13 has a great view of the sand stone hills"
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"The best views are from number 17 and 18, although these are the family units with 2 bedrooms."
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