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Mopani (restcamp/northern Kruger) (restcamp/south eastern Kruger)
The pervasive Mopani tree found in the Pioneer Dam area of Kruger National Park lends both its aesthetic and its name to this primary rest camp. Thatched buildings with rock faced walls blend seamlessly into the natural environment, materials used to construct these buildings including rough stone, wood and thatching-grass.
Huddled against and overlooking the banks of the dam, visitors can take advantage of the winter trend for park animals to move towards water sources as they migrate towards the dam's edge, providing excellent viewing opportunities.
The Tropic of Capricorn loop and the Nshawu pans areas allow for game viewing from open plains which host blue wildebeest, Burchell’s zebra, buffalo and the rarer tsessebe, as well as the smaller Black-Backed Jackal and caracal.
Shingwedzi (restcamp/northern Kruger)
In the midst of a peaceful clearing along the Shingwedzi River, set within two adjacent rings are the camp's accommodation bungalows. Guests will stay in the en-suite comfortable air-conditioned bungalows. Accommodation consists of a two-bedded unit under thatch.
Letaba restcamp (north Kruger)
The idyllic Letaba Rest Camp is situated on a sweeping bend of the Letaba River, midway between the southern and northern boundaries of the Kruger National Park, South Africa.
The character of Letaba Camp depends heavily on the tall shady trees (Sycamore Fig, Natal Mahogany, Sausage Tree and Apple Leaf), expansive lawns and indigenous gardens where tame Bushbuck wander. Visit in winter and you will find the gardens a riot of colour, with several species of Aloe and the Impala lily in full bloom at your accommodation in Kruger Park. The Aloes attract a variety of birds, including the White Bellied and Marico Sunbird, Crested Barbet, Blackheaded Oriole and Black Eyed Bulbul.
Return road transfers from Phalaborwa airport to Kruger.
All accommodation in private en-suite cottages in five Kruger locations (includes fresh linen and towels).
Kruger conservation and entrance fees.
All private guiding and game drives in our open-sided game viewing vehicle (see pic below).
All breakfasts, dinners, gamedrives snacks and refreshments (SA wine and beer at dinner plus fresh juice at breakfast and all bottled waters).
All safari activities as per itinerary (including two gamedrives a day and a nightdrive).
Domestic flights, travel insurance, items not described above and personal items.