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    Reviewed 1 week ago

    We stayed in Biyamiti in March in a huge 2 bedroom Perimeter Chalet. The Camp is remote, accessible from a private resident only 20km dirt road. There are no facilities, just the Ranger Office. The view from our terrace was spectacular. We over looked a...More

    1  Thank Michelle567
    Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

    Biyamiti was a charming and remote bush camp that our family adored. No swimming pools or restaurants, just our self serve, simple cottage along the river with maybe 15 other visitors. We really felt like guests surrounded by the bush and the abundance of game...More

    1  Thank masi1
    Reviewed 1 week ago

    Spent a total of 10 nights in KNP but the first time that we have stayed at Biyamiti. This is a bushveld camp so no shop or restaurant facilities are at the camp but Lower Sabie and Berg en Dal are close for shopping/petrol. A...More

    1  Thank panda30
    Reviewed 23 January 2018

    If you wonder why I chose the title of this review, it is because I do not want to let the secret out. Biyamiti is a haven for nature lovers. During the three days we stayed there, a good number of hours was spent sitting...More

    1  Thank djza
    Reviewed 4 January 2018

    real Kruger experience! comfortable units with lovely views. elephants come up to the fence! might just think of accomodating disabled people with rails in the bathroom and access to the veranda.very friendly staff with gooed peoples skills. great drive on 31 december .good guide, simon.

    3  Thank elizabetho480
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    malabarfly
    2 April 2018|
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    Response from Richard R | Reviewed this property |
    Yes the Kruger in general requires malaria precautions. Oversees visitors normally require it for insurance purposes as well.
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    104kareng
    3 January 2018|
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    Response from KurtB564 | Reviewed this property |
    Hi 104kareng, Short answer: about 2 hours 15 minutes. Longer answer: SanParks recommends planning on traveling an average of 25 km/hour in the park, which leaves time for game viewing. Distance from Skukuza Rest Camp to... More
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    "This is a bush lodge and NOT a hotel. The chalets/cottages accommodate 2; 4 or 6"
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    "Pick one of the river view chalets, worth the difference"
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    "we were in unit 6.great view...."
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    "Try get a chalet overlooking the river if you book in advance"
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