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This is by far the best rest camp I stayed at/visited while in Kruger (I went to 7 so I'm comparing it to a lot of them!) The huts were nice, and the view over the Olifants river was unbeatable, especially at sunrise when herds...More
The camp is nice, rondavels a bit old but Ok. In the morning we woke up and had a flat tire. One of the employers put a screw in our tire so that we had to pay to fix it. We were really disappointed by...More
We arrived to find that there were no untensils in the bungalows at all, forcing us to buy absolutely everything at the camp shop, which was extremely over priced. Staff were loud and rude. Stay away from this camp. Satara was awesome.
There is very basic bungalow,we discovered ,that there was electrical mono socket for fridge and air conditioning ,when ask in reception ,there told us will bring in half hour,we went to game drive and when came back didn't find dual socket, for our luck manager...More
I am a great fan of Kriger camps and this time stayed at Olifants. The bomas (bungalows) are pretty basic but the showers work nicely and beds are good enough for a great night´s sleep. Make sure you wake up at forst light to watch...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