The Kruger Park offers different types of accommodation units - from huts and bungalows to upmarket guest houses and guest cottages. These different units are situated in the Kruger Park Restcamps.
All accommodation units are serviced daily and bedding, towels and soap are provided. Most of the units have either air-conditioning or fans.
Visitors who are accommodated in units without cooking facilities have to provide their own cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. Basic cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery are hired out to visitors who have reserved accommodation in huts without these items, except in bushveld camps and Berg-en-Dal and Mopani camps.
Barbecue and communal cooking facilities are available in all the camps.
View the list of Kruger Park Accommodation options.
A bush lodge is an exclusive, private lodge with a unique style and atmosphere providing the opportunity for tourists to enjoy complete privacy, as it can only be reserved by one party at a time and must be reserved en bloc.
There are no shops or restaurant facilities, but the kitchen has a gas stove with oven, refrigerator, freezer, cutlery and crockery.
Gas braais and barbecue facilities are provided and wood may be purchased. Solar panels provide power for lights and fans only.
- Boulders Bush Lodge can accommodate a maximum of 12 persons at a time. In addition to the main sleeping unit which has two bedrooms and en suite bathrooms (one with a bath, the other with a shower), there are also four separate bedrooms with bathrooms (bath and shower).
- Roodewal Bush Lodge can accommodate a maximum of 19 persons at a time. There is one family cottage with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, 3 bungalows have 3 beds each and a loft with 2 mattresses.
Guest houses are secluded units within a restcamp. Units have three or four bedrooms, most of which have en suite bathrooms. Each guest house has a fully equipped kitchen and a communal lounge/living room or an open veranda.
Rhino Guesthouse (8 persons)
J le Roux Guesthouse (6 persons)
Fish Eagle Guesthouse (8 persons)
Melville Guesthouse (9 persons)
Keartland Guesthouse (7 persons)
Xanatseni Guesthouse (8 persons)
Lebombo Guesthouse (8 persons)
Nshawu Guesthouse (8 persons)
Doherty Bryant Boma (9 persons)
Pierre Joubert Guesthouse (8 persons)
Rudy Frankel Guesthouse (8 persons)
Stanley Guesthouse (9 persons)
Wells Guesthouse (6 persons)
Rentmeester Guesthouse (7 persons)
Moni Guesthouse (8 persons)
Nyathi Guesthouse (8 persons)
Waterkant I (8 persons)
ABSA Guesthouse (12 persons)
Guest cottages are units with two or three bedrooms and at least two bathrooms, of which one is en suite.
Kitchens are fully equipped. Guest cottages are found in Skukuza Restcamp, Mopani Restcamp, Olifants Restcamp, Lower Sabie Restcamp, Satara Restcamp, Orpen Restcamp, Pretoriuskop Restcamp, Letaba Restcamp and Shingwedzi Restcamp and in all the Bushveld camps.
Family cottages are units with one, two or three bedrooms with one bathroom and a partially equipped kitchen.
Family cottages are found in Skukuza Restcamp, Berg-en-Dal Restcamp, Pretoriuskop Restcamp and Olifants Restcamp.
Cottages comprise one bedroom and a living room, a bathroom and a partially equipped kitchen or kitchenette, and can be found in all restcamps such as Punda Maria, Mopani, Biyamiti, Shimuwini and Talamati.
Bungalows have one room and a bathroom. Some of the units have their own kitchenettes, while others share communal kitchen facilities. Units with cooking facilities have basic kitchen equipment. Bungalows are found in all 11 rest camps.
Huts consist of one room and communal ablution and kitchen facilities. Cooking utensils, cutlery and crockery are not provided in Lower Sabie, Pretoriuskop, Balule, Letaba or Shingwedzi, but in Orpen Restcamp each hut has basic cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery.
Safari tents are equipped with beds, a cupboard, table and chairs, fridge and electric fan. Communal ablution and kitchen facilities are provided. Safari tents are available in Crocodile Bridge, Skukuza Restcamp, Letaba and Tamboti (satellite camp)
At Lower Sabie permanent structures have been erected in natural tones to blend with the surrounding environment, with walls finished in stone or natural coloured plaster. Each tent boasts its own cooking facilities and ablutions.
Timber decks have been individually designed to incorporate the natural features of each site, affording visitors a splendid view of the natural vegetation and the Sabie River. Access is via gravel tracks to a communal parking area with footpaths to each tent.