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Kruger Satellite Camps

Tamboti tented-camps

Satellite camps provide accommodation in smaller, more remote restcamps. One or more accommodation units may be reserved. Bush camps do not have shops or restaurants. Access to all bushveld camps is restricted to overnight visitors with reserved accommodation. Electrical equipment such as hair-dryers, cannot be used except at Talamati, Biyamiti and Bateleur. Open verandas often serve as kitchen/dining room.

All units have a refrigerator, cooking utensils, crockery, cutlery and a stove, either a two-plate stove without an oven or a four-plate stove with an oven in the larger units. All the units have private ablution facilities.

There are communal freezing facilities at Biyamiti, Shimuwini, Sirheni and Talamati. Cellphones can be charged at reception at Shimuwini and Sirheni.

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Balule Camp

Balule Camp

Balule Campsite

At the rustic Balule Private Camp no electricity is available but paraffin lamps are provided. Here you can enjoy a real close-to-nature experience in Kruger Park. As a low fence is the only barrier to separate you from the wilderness, it is possible at any time to see wild animals close to the camp. The independent camper will really enjoy this unique and authentic wilderness feeling.

Bateleur Bushveld Camp

Bateleur Bushveld Camp

Probably the smallest of all the camps in the Kruger National Park, Bateleur Bushveld Camp has only seven units and is perfectly remote. In true bushveld camp style, it is situated down a private road, closed to day visitors and holds a few beautiful sights reserved for overnight guests alone. Although this area is also dominated by Mopani woodlands, you’ll start encountering a few koppies around here, affording a nice change to the monotone surroundings.

Biyamiti Camp

Biyamiti Camp

Biyamiti Bushveld Camp

On the banks of the Mbiyamiti river, hidden by Delagoa thickets, nestles one of the most beautiful bushveld camps in the Kruger National Park.

The camp is ideally situated between huge Wild Fig and Jackalberry trees with vast numbers of other fauna and flora species in abundance. The area is a game spotter’s dream come true.

Boulders Bush Lodge

Boulders Bush Lodge

Boulders Bush Lodge has luxury chalets built on raised platforms supported by concrete stilts. The camp has no fences but safety is ensured by the raised platforms. Groups of up to 12 guests can be accommodated at Boulders Bush Lodge.

Malelane Camp

Malelane Camp

Malelane PVT Camp

As one of the smallest camps in the Kruger National Park, Malelane Camp is an ideal African escape and offers guests privacy and seclusion.

Maroela Camp

Maroela Camp

Caravans and Campers

Maroela is a small camp situated on the banks of the Timbavati River, on the western boundary of the Kruger National Park,  approximately 2km east of Orpen Rest Camp.

Shimuweni Bushveld Camp

Shimuweni Bushveld Camp

Situated on a private road, accessed by overnight guests only, Shimuwini Bushveld Campis the type of camp that you’ll return to again and again. With only 15 self-catering units that run along a naturally broad section of the Shimuwini River, the camp has an intimate feel, devoid of large crowds and day visitors.

Sirheni

Sirheni

Named after the Tsonga word for ‘cemetery’ that describes a type of elephant graveyard near to the camp, Sirheni Bushveld Camp is located on the edge of the Kruger National Park’s northern plains. Running past to the Mphongolo River's Sirheni Dam, the camp's accommodation facilities and two bird hides survey a wide variety of passing game and birds. Guests may be awakened to the sounds of of a lion making at kill at the dam, and a resident leopard is often seen coming down to drink at the dam.

Tamboti Tented Camp

Tamboti Tented Camp

Tented camps

At the satellite camp of Tamboti, 3km from Orpen, you’ll find 30 safari tents on sturdy wooden platforms, tucked away in the bush and scattered along the fence overlooking the river. Although the three-sleeper tents have their own kitchens and bathrooms, the two- and four-sleeper tents share kitchens and ablutions. You do, however, have your own fridge and braai area.