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Kruger Park Camps

 Satara camp

The Kruger Park of nearly 2 million hectares, was established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Low Veld, is today unrivalled in the diversity of its wildlife forms and a world leader in advanced environmental management techniques and policies.

The Kruger Park can be explored on a Self Drive Safari or joining any of the various Kruger Park Tours.

The infrastructure of roads, waterholes, hides, picnic sites and restcamps spread through the park to ensure the visitor maximum exposure to the fauna and flora this remarkable reserve offers.

Kruger Park Accommodation is available in restcamps, bush lodges and bush camps which are fenced and closed at night.

The Restcamps in the Kruger Park offer different Accommodation Types - from huts and bungalows to upmarket guest houses and guest cottages. All accommodation units are serviced daily and bedding, towels and soap are provided. Most of the units have either air-conditioning or fans.

There are also a number of Private Game Lodges in Kruger Park.

All the major Kruger Park 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 and a petrol station.

Skukuza Restcamp has a resident doctor, post office and banking facilities.

Licensed restaurants not available at Crocodile Bridge and Orpen Restcamp and also not in satellite & bush camps. Information centres with guides can be visited at Skukuza, Letaba and Berg-en-Dal.

Swimming pools for resident guest are available at most Camps

The Kruger Park Activities vary from short nature walks, game drives, 4x4 overland drives to wilderness trails which lasts three nights and two days.