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Best Rest Camps in Kruger National Park

There are nine rest camps in the middle of the Kruger National Park. The park is significant, and it’s impossible to see everything in a day. So if you’re looking for the best places to stay in Kruger National Park, check out this list.

Skukuza Rest Camp

Skukuza Rest Camp is the largest of the rest camps in Kruger National Park and one of its most popular. It offers a wide range of activities and facilities, including an excellent swimming pool with views over the park. The camp sits on a large concession area near Mopani and Shingwedzi river systems, making it an excellent base for exploring this fantastic landscape.

Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp

Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp is located in the northern section of Kruger National Park and is a great place to stay if you want to see the Big Five (lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo, and leopard) as well as other wildlife.

There are many activities you can do at this rest camp, such as:

  • Going on game drives with an experienced guide who will show off their knowledge about local flora & fauna!
  • Climbing some beautiful rocks at Crocodile Rock or getting your photo on top.

Letaba Rest Camp

Letaba Rest Camp

Letaba Rest Camp is a fantastic location, ideal for families and birding. The camp is conveniently located on the banks of the Letaba River and offers excellent game viewing opportunities. You can also go canoeing or fishing here, go for walks on the riverbank, or participate in other activities such as horse riding or swimming.

Satara Rest Camp

Satara Rest Camp is located southeast of Skukuza, near where you’ll find the Satara River.

The camp has a restaurant, swimming pool, and laundry facilities. It also offers game viewing drives, guided walks, and bird-watching opportunities.

It’s open from October to April each year (but check their website as they may have different opening hours depending on the season).

Orpen Rest Camp

Orpen Rest Camp is located in the park’s central section and is a great place to see wildlife, especially elephants. The camp also has good access to many of Kruger National Park’s major roads, making it easy for visitors to travel throughout their stay.

There are two restaurants at Orpen Rest Camp: Blouberg Restaurant & Pub and Blyde River Lodge Restaurant & Bar (which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner).

Olifants Rest Camp

Olifants Rest Camp is one of the best places to stay in Kruger National Park. It’s located in the northern part of the park, just outside Majingilane Gate and close to Pafuri Camp.

The camp has a swimming pool, restaurant, shop, petrol station, and laundry service. There’s also a grocery store on site where you can buy food or drink if you’re feeling hungry or thirsty while at camp! The camp also has a camp shop where you can buy any other equipment you may need for your stay at this beautiful place; for example, blankets (for sleeping), toiletries such as soap, kitchen utensils, etc.

Lower Sabie Rest Camp

Lower Sabie Rest Camp

The Lower Sabie Rest Camp is located in the northern part of Kruger National Park, close to the Sabie River and Kruger’s oldest camp. It has a swimming pool, restaurant, and conference facilities. The accommodation options range from self-catering tents to luxury rooms with en suite bathrooms and cable TV.

Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp

Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp is near the Shingwedzi River and has a swimming pool, restaurant, and shop. There’s also laundry service available at this rest camp.

Punda Maria Rest Camp

Punda Maria Rest Camp is located near the western boundary in the northern part of Kruger National Park. It’s a short drive from Pretoriuskop and Satara rest camps and makes for one of the best spots to take in some great views of elephants and other wildlife.

If you’re planning on staying at Punda Maria, check out its dining facilities—they have a lovely restaurant with an outdoor area that overlooks the surrounding plains.

There are nine rest camps in Kruger National Park, but some stand out more than others. The first is the Makhaleni Rest Camp, located on the banks of the Crocodile River and surrounded by thick bushes. You’ll find most of your basic amenities here: restrooms, showers, and food trucks serving up meals from sunrise to sunset every day.

Next up is Vumba Safari Lodge, which is located about halfway between four major game viewing areas: Mapungubwe Game Reserve, where elephants can be seen; Nata Tshokwane Special Reserve, where lions roam freely; Moremi Game Park, which houses cheetahs as well as leopards; and Lower Sabie where buffalo roam free along its borders with Hluhluwe/Ukuthula National Park (located northwest).

 Its restaurant offers excellent meals at reasonable prices compared to other lodges in Kruger National Park—and it serves alcohol so you can celebrate your success! The Lodge has two bars serving drinks until late into the night after dark when most people head back inside their rooms for sleep, so don’t expect much noise outside unless you want it.

Conclusion

Each of the nine rest camps in Kruger National Park has charm, offering a unique experience. If you’re looking for a place to relax after your safari, we recommend choosing one of these nine rest camps as your destination.

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