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We have just come back from the most incredible stay at Kapama Southern Camp. From start to finish, everything was meticulously planned so you arrived and everything was set out for you. We spent 3 full days there, with two half days either side (due...More
My husband and I spent 3 nights at Kapama Southern Camp and what an experience - top notch all the way! Our accommodations were lovely, beautifully furnished, nice toiletries, great soaking tub, and a view of the wildlife outside our door! The food was delicious...More
My husband and myself stayed here for 3 days, and WOW, we would not be more happy!
They have a schedule when you stay there, as all meals are included. you are up around 5am, for morning tea, and then off to your morning game...More
We stayed in the Southern Camp for three nights and took five game drives. Saw and got good photos of the Big Five. Went to the endangered species center (lots of cheetah!), the elephant interaction, and the spa. Great resort with friendly knowledgeable staff. A...More
We stayed at Kapama Southern Camp for about 4 days and it did not disappoint from the moment we touched down! Our guide was at the airport (Hoedspruit) to collect us. You go straight across the street and into the Kapama Private Game Reserve. There...More
Hi. we were at kapama southern camp and agent advised the luxurious suites which were wonderful. I can't comment on the normal suites which I did not see, but two different parties we spoke to said it was a bit disappointing... More
Hi. we were at kapama southern camp and agent advised the luxurious suites which were wonderful. I can't comment on the normal suites which I did not see, but two different parties we spoke to said it was a bit disappointing as the pictures they saw were of the luxurious suites. I think they felt the suites were a little small and less private in comparison as the luxurious suites were detached and single units, if you know what I mean
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Hello, we were there in early August - my understanding is that winter ends at the end of July. In early August, an unusual cold front came in so in the day, we were fine with a long sleeve shirt. But early morning and... More
Hello, we were there in early August - my understanding is that winter ends at the end of July. In early August, an unusual cold front came in so in the day, we were fine with a long sleeve shirt. But early morning and evenings, especially when on Safari in a moving vehicle, it was extremely cold. We had fleece jackets but needed the blankets and hot water bottles they provide to keep warm on Safari. All dinners are outside at the Boma; For lunch and breakfast, you are in a covered, but open area so you get some shelter from wind. With layers, including our fleece jackets, we were only cold during the safari drives early morning and at the end of the day drives. I wish i could give you a temperature range but i never really checked. We were so glad we did this!