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Always a recommended stop in the Kruger National Park. But to overnight at this wonderful Camp is an excellent experience. Waking up with a view over the Olifants river and the cry of Fish Eagles in the air makes getting up at 03:45 for a...More
Olifants is a nice place to stay while you are in Kruger National Park. A bungalow on the perimeter makes the extra money worthwile as you get unspoilt panoramic views of the Olifants River and antelopes wander along the fence frequently. The rooms are simple,...More
Although the camp has probably one of the best viewing sites in the whole park, it is a complete disappointment. The rondavels are so cramped that one struggles to get past the foot of the bed and the fridge, the door of which you can't...More
From this camp you have a wonderful view on the river, full of animals. This is in my opinion the only reason to chose this camp. The accommodation is very old, dirty. They do not provide any power plug to charge your phone or camera....More
Friendly staff couldn't offset one's disappointment about Olifant's, especially after a very good experince at Shingwedzi. We stayed in the old bungalows (only available accommodation when we booked). Interiors was and looked about sixty years old. Only a central kitchen available, no individual self-catering in...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