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Pafuri Gate

Pafuri Gate

Pafuri Gate is about six-and-a-half hours’ drive from Johannesburg and is the most northerly entrance to Kruger. It is situated in mopane woodland between the Limpopo and Luvuvhu Rivers near Mabyeni Koppie (386m)

 

Punda Maria Gate

Punda Maria Gate

Punda Gate

Punda Maria Gate is the direct access point into far northern Kruger from Gauteng. Set in mixed sandveld woodlands below Thulamila Koppie (not to be confused with Thulamela Heritage Site near Pafuri), Punda Gate has been upgraded to cater for the increase in tourist traffic to the north.

Phalaborwa Gate

Phalaborwa Gate

The Phalaborwa Gate opened in June 1961. An average of 180,000 visitors (approximately 55,000 vehicles) per annum, enter the Park via the Phalaborwa Gate. This means about 15,000 visitors per month but these figures fluctuate during season.

Paul Kruger Gate

Paul Kruger Gate

Paul Kruger Gate is the closest entrance to Skukuza and the quickest way to get in and out of the Park from Kruger’s “capital”. One is confronted by the large, somewhat controversial bust of Paul Kruger by sculptor Coert Steynberg as one crosses the Sabie

Phabeni Gate

Phabeni Gate

Phabeni Gate is the best way to get into Skukuza from Gauteng. Phabeni Gate was constructed in 2002 to ease entrance into the Park for people coming from Johannesburg or Pretoria via Hazeyview.

Its African architectural style embodies new South Africa ambience and the 3 indigenously themed rondavels (huts) at the gate are an interesting contrast to the usual thatch and brick aesthetic of most buildings in the Park

Park Rules

Park Rules

Your safety and enjoyment of the Kruger National Park are very important to us. To ensure a pleasant and successful trip, it is essential that you adhere strictly to the regulations which are intended for your protection and enjoyment.

Pretoriuskop Camp

Pretoriuskop Camp

It is immediately apparent to any visitor that Pretoriuskop is unique as brilliant red trees adorn the camp, pre-dating the decision to make exclusive use of indigenous plants in laying out rest camp gardens. Nostalgia prompted an exception to the rule for Pretoriuskop, the Kruger National Park's oldest rest camp, and exotic flowering plants were allowed to stay, enhancing the strong sense of the past that is so pervasive.

Pungwe Bush Camp

Pungwe Bush Camp

Pungwe Bush Camp is situated in the southern portion of the Manyeleti Game Reserve, along the Pungwe River course and is known for its exclusivity and rustic ambience.

At Pungwe we pride ourselves on our 'Home Cuisine' cuisine, with certain meals still prepared over an open fire. All refreshments are available in our thatched lounge / dining area

Pafuri Camp

Pafuri Camp

Pafuri is one of those places that is miles from nowhere and it’s usually a long, hot drive to get there. Shaded by ancient Jackalberry and Leadwood trees, Pafuri rest stop is a cool, green oasis in a desert of dry lowveld bush. It is located on the banks of the Luvuvu River, just off the road running alongside the river that leads to Crooks Corner.

Plains Camp

Plains Camp

Plains Camp accommodates and spoils his guest's right out in the open savannah of Africa, giving you a combination of luxury and comfort. You will find hospitality and advanced services that you will only experience in Africa. Sleeping in a tented room with en-suite facilities, you can enjoy the peace and quiet in the open fields, overlooking the open plains.

Punda Maria Camp

Punda Maria Camp

Being the northernmost outpost of the Kruger National Park, Punda Maria Rest Camp seems to serve as a first or a last stop for many visitors. But don’t let this turn your stay at this intimate camp into an overnight one, because there are two things that make Punda Maria entirely unique – the accommodation is different from all the other camps and so is the vegetation surrounding the camp.