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Great camp to stay with good bungalows, a pool for the kids and the view from the restaurant is out standing, a place you could sit all day and just watch the wild life. Could only stay the one night as its so popular.
the view is wonderful but due to the drought the elephants have moved away, just the odd one now, the Mopani is really suffering and little for them to eat, you used to be able to just sit and watch them in the river, we...More
Decent cottages, though a bit cramped compared to other camps. Comfortable beds.
Per a dispute between SAN and the restaurant operator, evening meals were only available with very limited outdoor seating, with minimal electricity. While rustic, when there is a cold wind blowing and sparse...More
We were very exciting about going to Olifants. Central location with stunning views and our first time to Kruger! The views were indeed among the best I've seen, but it went downhill fast.
The chalets are simple and only have single beds (no double bed...More
We booked a chalet 'with a view' and it was magical! The chalets are simple but entirely adequate - just one room with 2 beds, and then there is an open veranda that has a small kitchen. The outlook is over the Oliphants River. What...More
Best day trips available? Drive your own car throughout the park. There is a "sightings board" in the camp(s), which can somewhat give you an idea as to where to find animals but there is also a latest sightings app which... More
Best day trips available? Drive your own car throughout the park. There is a "sightings board" in the camp(s), which can somewhat give you an idea as to where to find animals but there is also a latest sightings app which gives a little better real time sightings. Better off driving around and spotting animals yourself. If you see a congregation of cars stopped it's most likely one of the big 5