The game viewing area is known as the âSouthern Circleâ and is renowned for its concentration of different prides of lion with different hunting techniques and behavior. It has an abundance of prides, heards, troops, packs and swarms.
The idyllic Letaba main rest camp is situated on a sweeping bend of the Letaba River, midway between the southern and northern boundaries of the Kruger Park.
Lower Sabie Restcamp graces the banks of the Sabie River, one of the few perennial rivers to flow through the Kruger National Park.
One of the smallest rest camps in the Kruger National Park, situated 3 km from the Malelane Gate. Day visitors are not permitted and there is no shop, restaurant, petrol or diesel in the camp.
Mopani Restcamp lies on the banks of the Pioneer Dam - a best kept secret; a unique rest camp nestled amongst the koppies with Mopani trees and a huge gnarled old baobab tree in the heart of the camp.
Singita Lebombo is an exclusive, private Lodge with a unique style and atmosphere within the Kruger Park.
The camp is situated a top a hill which towers several hundred feet over the Olifants river. Views from the lookout platforms allow one to see the river below.
Well known for its diversity of habitat and wildlife, Orpen offers visitors an excellent opportunity to experience close encounters with elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard in a natural environment.
Pretoriuskop Restcamp has spectacular granite outcrops and the impressive granite dome known as âShabeni hillâ is not far from the Rest Camp.
Punda Maria Restcamp lies in the northernmost part of the Kruger National Park, in the Sandveld region that is often described as the botanical garden of the Kruger National Park.
Roodewal can accommodate a maximum of 19 persons at a time in 4 cottages with Satara (44 km) and Olifants (28 km) nearest camps. Solar panels provide power for lights and fans.
Satara Restcamp is situated in an excellent game viewing area, with the bush relatively open and the animals plentiful and diverse.
Shimuwini Camp is found in the Northern Region. The sparse, isolated hills in the west are rich in pre-historic artifacts, while the Lebombo Mountains form a majestic natural boundary to the east.
Shingwedzi is a rustic camp that still carries the essence of the bush, untouched by modern technology, experience magical evenings where the glow emanating from braai (barbecue) stands cast a tranquil spell.
Sirheni Bush Camp nestles on the edge of the northern plains within the Mopane Veld of the region. The Sirheni Dam, on the Mphongolo River, lies next to the camp. A hide on the overlooks the dam and a wide variety of game and birds are attracted to it.