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"Biyamiti" is a Shangaan word meaning a fence of sharpened wooden spears.

On the banks of the Mbiyamiti river, hidden by Delagoa thickets, nestles one of the most beautiful bushveld camps in the Kruger National Park, Biyamiti Bush Camp - Kruger Park.

5 Things to Seek
- Wild Dog
- White Tailed Mongoose
- Orange Breasted Bush Shrike
- Cheetah
- Leopard

Accommodation at Biyamiti Bush Camp - Kruger Park
Guest Cottages
10 x 2-Bedroom units. Both bedrooms have ceiling fans; one has 3 single beds, and the other 2 single beds. One bedroom has a bathroom en-suite (bath, toilet, and washbasin) and there is a separate toilet, shower and washbasin. The kitchen has a gas stove (with oven), fridge/freezer combination, sink, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. An open veranda serves as both dining room and lounge.

5 x 1-Bedroom units. The bedroom contains two single beds and has a ceiling fan. There are two bench-beds in the living room with a ceiling fan. The bathroom has a bath, shower, toilet and washbasin and inter-leading doors to the bedroom and living room. Meals can be taken on the open veranda. The kitchen has a two-plate electric stove (without oven), sink, fridge / freezer combination, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.
Accommodation at Biyamiti Bushveld Camp caters to a variety of guest requirements and is well suited for those Guests who are looking for a self-catering bushveld experience.

The camp is ideally situated between huge Wild Fig and Jackalberry trees with vast numbers of other fauna and flora species in abundance. The area is a game spotters dream come true.

Facilities at Biyamiti Bush Camp - Kruger Park
- Information at Reception
- Public telephone
- Basic First Aid assistance
- Electricity (plug points) for appliances in units
- Mini Shop at reception stocks basic items such as firewood, ice and Telkom phone cards and there are no foodstuffs such as meat available.
- No ATM facility available.
- Each accommodation unit has it's own braai (barbecue) facilities

The Big 5 is present, including Black Rhino, for which this area is well known. There is also the chance of seeing the elusive Cheetah, or a pack of Wild Dog.

Solar panels generate electricity for lights and fans only. Refrigerators do not have freezing compartments, but a communal freezer is available in the camp.

The nearest shop, which provides only basic necessities, is at Crocodile Bridge Restcamp.

Fuel is available at all three restcamps, but not at the bushcamp. Units are serviced and bedding, towels and soap are provided. Night drives are offered.

Kruger Park Access Information:
It is important to read more about the upgrade on the access control system for the Kruger National Park.

Regulations 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.

Important 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.

Cancellation Policy:
In addition to the full cancellation of a reservation, any amendment to an existing reservation, which results in the value of the revised reservation being less than the original value, could result in cancellation fees being levied, according to the following schedule:
- No cancellation fees will be incurred for cancellations or changes 46 days or more prior to arrival;
- Cancellations fees of 50% of the total reservation is payable for cancellations and changes received between 45 and 30 days prior to arrival;
- A 100% cancellation fee is payable for cancellations received within 29 days of arrival;
- A 100% cancellation fee is payable for non-arrivals (no-shows).
If the arrival date of the itinerary is postponed prior to or on date of arrival and then cancelled at a later stage, the fees that applied at the time of amendment will be enforced if the amount is greater than the new cancellation fees.
Modification and cancellation charges may be levied on any other reservations amended or cancelled online, irrespective of the channel through which the reservations were originally made, and subject to the terms and conditions.

- Conservation levy is always excluded from the booking amount and needs to be settled on arrival.
Facilities & Services available:
Children under 12 years
Honeymoon Couples

Biyamiti Bush Camp - Kruger Park is a Self-Catering in Kruger Park Mpumalanga South Africa
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Rooms and Units Available at Biyamiti Bush Camp - Kruger Park

Cottage (NCO2 2)
Two single beds and 2 bench beds
Sleeps 3 Adults

Cottage (NCO2 2V)
Two single beds and 2 bench beds, view
Sleeps 3 Adults

Guest Cottage (NGC5)
Sleeps 5 Adults

Guest Cottage (NGC5V)
With View
Sleeps 5 Adults

Latest Reviews
We did have a wonderful stay at Biyamiti Bush Camp! Very friendly and helpful staff, camp is well run and organized.
Very clean chalet, peaceful, well maintained surroundings, nice walk along the riverbed. Good game viewing and bird life in that area. Definitely will book Biyamiti Bush Camp again. Thank you.

Sybille Schnelker Nov 2014
It reflects to me what the Kruger National Park is all about... a natural remoteness, a feeling of being quietly with the animals and nature. It was a pleasure to be there and wake up to the birds and other natural sounds of the Park rather than the sounds of a commercially orientated large camp. The party I was with will definitely return.
Another thing to commend Biyamiti is the cleanliness and neatness as well as the friendliness of the staff.

Joan Heming Mar 2008