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The idyllic Letaba Rest Camp is situated on a sweeping bend of the Letaba River, midway between the southern and northern boundaries of the Kruger National Park. The name means "river of sand", and the sandy riverbed is an excellent location for game viewing, particularly elephant...
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We again had a five-day family gathering at this camp. We choose it largely because the staff allow us to use the day-visitors facility for our evening meal so that we can visit together in comfort without disturbing the other guests. We are usually a...More
Our family stayed in Letaba for one night
We heard a dog barking from the staff housing for three hours non stop from 4 -7 pm when we arrived
The same happened two years ago
The elephant museum is amazing
We stayed at Letaba for our first night at the Kruger.
We choose the tents to be more in contact with the nature and it was a good choose: the accommodation was comfortable and at the same time gave us the feeling of being in...More
Although this wasn't our favourite campsite (mainly due to being busy), we just have to commend the staff at the Letaba camp. They were so friendly and helpful. We went on a night-drive with a very knowledgeable driver. The shop staff were always smiling and...More
We stayed one night here while traveling through Kruger National Park.
The room was a small roundel with only enough room for twin beds and a wash basin.
The towels were old and thin and grey.
Showers and toilets were available across the park.
Response from DonPackett | Reviewed this property |
The camp itself has a restaurant - same restaurant and meh as most other major camps - with a good a la carte menu. Depending on what kind of accommodation you’re getting though it’s always a great idea to self-cater so that... More
The camp itself has a restaurant - same restaurant and meh as most other major camps - with a good a la carte menu. Depending on what kind of accommodation you’re getting though it’s always a great idea to self-cater so that you can sort yourself out for the drives through the Park. There’s a shop in the camp where you can buy all you need (or bring in from somewhere else). Dinner can then be a great African braai/BBQ, or the restaurant if you prefer (we prefer the former).
Response from J6795IZpaulj | Reviewed this property |
Not sure but as the bungalows are on the side of the hill the view is slightly obscured unless you are on the edge of the river. Lovely camp with a great viewing platform within easy walking distance. Highly recommended. Was... More
Not sure but as the bungalows are on the side of the hill the view is slightly obscured unless you are on the edge of the river. Lovely camp with a great viewing platform within easy walking distance. Highly recommended. Was there in May.