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Kruger rest camps

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Kruger rest camps

I am planning to stay at Olifants for 2 nights, then Skukuza for 1 night, then crocodile bridge for 2 nights, before heading to St Lucia.

Is this a good selection of camps? At Croc bridge can one leave the park and stock up on groceries anywhere, or do you have to pay conservation fees again? Anywhere good to stock up around there? From Croc bridge is there a good route to st Lucia?

Will be going in August after being a little indecisive as to where/when to re-visit SA. Would greatly appreciate your opinions.

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I love croc bridge camp as. it is really quiet. If you can do a day or two at lower Sabie before, you would not be disappointed. Cannot comment on the St Lucia drive

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Sorry or random punctuation - new phone!

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Are you still planning to book those camps or have you already done so?? If not it might be a good idea to have a look at availability for next August on the sanparks website. That period gets booked up months in advance.

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