Buffalo Brooke is perched on the scenic banks of the majestic Crocodile River - Kruger National Park. The 5 Star self-catering villa is surrounded by thousands of hectares of raw African wilderness in Mjejane Game Reserve and sleeps 10 people.
Camp Shonga is a satellite camp managed by Shishangeni Lodge and is situated in the 15,000 ha private concession in the south-eastern section of The Kruger National Park. Shonga literally means pretty or beautiful".
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 behavior. It has an abundance of prides, heards, troops, packs and swarms.
Situated on the scenic banks of the Crocodile River - this luxury, thatch-roof house overlooks the Kruger National Park. Hippo Hills accommodates ten guests in five private bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom.
This beautiful Rock House is in the borders of Kruger National Park and is very close to the Crocodile River Bridge Gate of the National Park. This side of Kruger Park is famous for spotting more animals.
LeoLapa is perched on the scenic banks of the Crocodile River - Kruger National Park. The house accommodates ten guests in five private en-suite bedrooms. Game drives are available in this Big 5 territory.
*The distances are measured as a straight-line and do not necessarily reflect the actual travelling distance.
Kruger Park Info
Kruger Park borders for hundreds of kilometers both the provinces of
Mpumalanga and Limpopo and is one of the world's major conservation areas.
The Kruger National Park is the second-largest game reserve in Africa and the
largest in South Africa. The Kruger Park can be explored on a Self Drive
Safari or booking any of the various Kruger Park Tours.
The Kruger Park offers a wide variety of holiday accommodation in the form of
restcamps, Bushveld Camps, Bush Lodges and also private Luxury Lodges. The
accommodation varies not only in size, facilities and visual appearance, but
also in price range.
Travelling to the Kruger Park, you will find that the major restcamps have
electricity, a first-aid centre, a shop, barbecue and communal kitchen
facilities, a laundromat/laundry tubs, a restaurant and/or self-service
cafeteria, public telephones, a petrol station and friendly staff.