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    Leokwe Camp - Mapungubwe National Park

    Mapungubwe National Park, South Africa
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    • Average5%
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    “leokwe camp” (21 reviews)
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    11 - 15 of 55 reviews

    Reviewed 20 August 2016

    A beautiful place with a special atmosphere, thanks to the stunning panoramas and sunset. The heritage tour was very interesting and the views from the Confluence point are absolutely fabulous. We saw several elephants and a whole bunch of monkeys. We shared a rondavel with...More

    Thank DaniDub40
    Reviewed 15 July 2016

    This was my second visit. We stayed for 2 nights. The location of the camp is magic. Chalets are well equipped for self-catering. There is a resident eland, not shy at all. We also saw a bush buck and many birds. Good starting point to...More

    Thank Erwin M
    Reviewed 6 June 2016

    The siting of this camp is in stunning scenery. The bungalow has had some thought put into it with well positioned windows, window ledges and an outside shower with piping hot water as a bonus. We lacked for nothing and found it clean very private...More

    Thank marlize_meyer
    Reviewed 30 May 2016 via mobile

    Beautiful place to learn about the origin gslah and history of Southern Africa and it's link with the civilisation. The artifacts lays bare the metallurgical prowess of Southern Africans. The rich trade that occurred between the North and South. This is complemented by the rich...More

    Thank Kaitano D
    Reviewed 23 May 2016

    We arrived on Sunday 15th May 2016. Booked in for a 5 night stay we catered for breakfasts, lunches and dinners for 5 days. Bearing in mind that no provisions are available for purchase at this park and the nearest town is 70km away. On...More

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    • Limpopo Province >
    • Mapungubwe National Park
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    8 May 2017|
    Response from Richard v | Reviewed this property |
    I know this reply is late sorry I have been on safari. but I like the first one. quite and close to the pool
    Room Tips
    "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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    "Sofa bed is not suitable for kids above 10 years."
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    "Choose bungalows 18 or 17 = the most private"
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