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Crocodile Bridge Rest Camp
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Reviewed 16 September 2012

We have always chosen camps further into Kruger Park on our visits to South Africa thinking we would see more wildlife - What a mistake! Our rondavel faced the perimet of the camp and a hyena ran past on both evenings we were there. The alpha male baboon in one troop in the camp was very agressive towards me. Keep your fridge door well protected or they will steal your food. Good clean basic rooms and spacious showers. The luxury camps are not for us. Brai every evening - make sure you take your own food (Komaatipoort has a big supermarket) - there is a good shop in the camp but the food range is not enormous. Wildlife on the main and side soads around Croc Bridge is wonderful - stick to the south f the aprk and you will ahve the nost wonderful game viewing holiday imaginable at fantastic value

Room Tip: Book early!
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank addicted2travelme
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Reviewed 4 August 2012

Crocodile Bridge Restcamp was our first Kruger camp and we enjoyed it. Stayed there for one night in a bungalow, which was nice and comfortable (private shower and toilet). The (outside) kitchen is nice and well equiped. It was fun to sit on the terrace and watch the monkeys and warthogs. On the other side of the fence we saw impala's and hyena's: they were attracted by the bbq! It certainly is a good place to stay, especially as a first (or last) stop in Kruger. Crocodile Bridge is a small, pleasant and quiet camp. The shop was quite good.

Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
1  Thank enjoy-the-world1
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Reviewed 3 May 2012

In my opinion, it was the best camp in Kruger. Better than Skukuza, Lower Sabbie or Pretoriuskop. Very small and intimate, where you have a very good, close contact with animals. There is a very quiet and peaceful. At night you can listen to the passing next to the elephants and lions. Amazing place. Bungalows was really good.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 May 2012

We booked the only remaining hut which happened to be the hut that is designed for physically disabled visitors. The bedroom was fairly standard and clean and tidy. The bathroom/shower was interesting to say the least as the entire shower area was an open area that was tiled and the water ran everywhere. The tiles were extremely slippery and as able bodied people we had to be very careful. The monkeys were an issue and frankly a simple bar across the fridge door would resolve some of the issues, preventing them from raiding the fridge. Pretoriouskop has resolved this issue by building a metal cage door around the fridge. What really amazed me was the bin that is provided for the outdoor kitchen was an open plastic bin with no way of sealing the rubbish and preventing access. Monkeys, birds and ants galore took advantage of the bin. Surely a bin inside a cupboard would be a better solution. nevertheless none of this detracted from the wondrous environment of the beautiful Kruger National Park

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 1 April 2012

The monkeys here are a real nuisance, if you sit outside they will come and attack you and are very intimidating, if you don't turn your fridge around to face the wall they will eat all your food. This camp is not as attractive as Letaba and doesn't have the views but the sunset drive the rangers offer is well worth the money, we saw a pride of lions as well as porcupine, rhino, vultures, elephant so close you could almost touch it andso much more, the only things we didn't see were leopard and cheetah. The extra space you gain by opting for accomodation with kitchen and bathroom is great and the shower was hot and powerful if not the prettiest I have ever seen. There are huge numbers of elephants near here and their young are great to watch. If you can go near the perimeter you can watch elephant and hyena from your accomodation.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled with family
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