there are no late entry permits into Kruger National Park due to the strict security surrounding the poaching of Rhinos.
This small and delightful camp is situated in the south-eastern corner of the Kruger National Park, on the northern bank of the Crocodile River, from which it derives its name.
The camp also serves as an entrance gate into the park and is only 13 km from Komatipoort and the national N4 highway.
Five km from the camp visitors may leave their vehicles for a short walk to the river to watch - among other things - the hippo and crocodile lazing in pools and basking on sandbanks.
Elephant and rhino are often sighted in this vicinity, and the grasslands attract zebra, wildebeest, impala, kudu, waterbuck and large herds of buffalo.
After an early morning game drive, one can retire from the Lowveld heat to a lunch of prawns before coming back for late afternoon game viewing.
The game viewing area is known as the ‘Southern Circle’ and is renowned for its concentration of different prides of lion with different hunting techniques and behaviour.
It has an abundance of prides, herds, troops, packs and swarms. It is home to a larger percentage of the Kruger National Park‘s total rhino population.
No restaurant or cafeteria facilities exist in the camp, but the camp shop does stock the basic food and drink requirements together with a small compliment of books and curios. The retail hours are the same as for the entrance gates.
The petrol station has got a ready supply of hi-octane, unleaded and diesel fuels, engine oils and compressed air for inflating tyres.
Laundromat facilities are available - coin-operated washing machines and tumble dryers can be used at any time during your stay. View Room Types and Rates5 Things to Seek
- Spotted Hyena
- CheetahFacilities in the camp:
- Information at Reception
- Public Telephone
- Post Box
- Shop, with small take-away food section
- No ATM facility available.
- Filling Station
- Communal Kitchens
- Communal Ablutions
- Cutlery and Plates Hampers (enquire at Reception)
- Basic First Aid Assistance
- Basic Day Visitor Picnic Area in camp
- Cellphone ReceptionImportant Notice
1. Accommodation rates do not include Conservation Fees
which are payable at the entrance gates.
2. Please ensure that you are familiar with the Rules & Regulations
of National Parks before making a booking.View Room Types and RatesRegulations when Exiting the Park:
In order to improve overall controls some changes have been made to the check-out process at camps in the Kruger National Park and your assistance and co-operation is kindly requested in this regard.
Guests are reminded that only guests with valid exit permits
will be allowed to exit the park. For day visitors these are issued upon entry at gates and for overnight guests these are issued by the last camp on the guest itinerary.Gate hours
January - March: 05:30, 18:30 (Camps gates open 04:30)
April - September: 06:00, 18:00 (Camp gates open 06:00
October: 05:30, 18:00 (Camp gates open 05:30)
November - December: 05:30, 18:30 (Camps gates open 04:30)Crocodile Bridge Restcamp - Kruger Park Activities:Guided Bush Walks
(Morning and Afternoon)Game Drives
(Night and Day) - (in the company of trained field guides)
Bush Breakfast and Bush Braai (Barbecue). Includes game drive to venue. Confirm availability when booking.
These activities will ensure an exciting bush experience. All bookings, as well as further details for these activities are available from reception.
Facilities & Services:
- Children under 12 years
- Honeymoon Couples
- Parking (open and off-street)
Crocodile Bridge Restcamp - Kruger Park Map:
Health & Climate:Warnings:
You will be sharing your stay with many exciting and unusual creatures but without knowledge some of them could be dangerous:
Bats, spiders, snakes, scorpions, malaria zone
If you must walk around at night please DO NOT DO SO WITHOUT A TORCH.
Malaria prophylactics are essential when visiting Kruger National Park.
Kruger is in a summer rainfall area. Such precipitation is usually convectional and can result in heavy downpours. The summer months (October to April) are hot and often balmy. Winters are warm and mild, although visitors going on night-drives will require warm clothing.
Crocodile Bridge Restcamp - Kruger Park Guest Reviews
Average Guest Rating:
out of 5
based on 7
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We had a very relaxing and wonderful stay with you. The tents are comfortable and spacious enough for 2 people. Would definitely be back in the future! Thank you!
Rating: Reviewed by LINDA KRUGER over a year ago
We had a lovely stay at Crocodile Bridge. We will surely camp again.
Rating: Reviewed by Christel Bothma over a year ago
It was a great experience but anyone who goes and staying in a Safari Tent, don't forget to bring your own glasses, cutlery and other stuff - as it is all communal!
Rating: Reviewed by Janine Degenaar over a year ago
Good place. I wish to go again.
Rating: Reviewed by France Hlungwane over a year ago
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