Biyamiti Camp

Biyamiti Bushveld Camp

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If you’re looking for a relaxing holiday combined with many exciting game sightings, then Biyamiti Bushveld Camp is the place to be. Situated on the private R139, running loosely along the Biyamiti River, this small camp has only 15 units. So if you enjoy your privacy then you’ll definitely find it here.

Out of the 15 cottages, 10 sleep five people each, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Each of these has a full kitchen. The other five cottages sleep two people each and have a kitchenette on the patio. All the cottages have a dining area and lounge on the patio and the open front can close in the evenings with roll-down canvas walls. Each cottage has an outside braai area. Part of Biyamit’s charm lies in the fact that there’s not restaurant or store, so bring everything you need with you. The only things that they sell are ice and wood.

Biyamiti has its very own bird hide inside the camp. You’ll find it close to the middle of the string of cottages. It offers beautiful views over the river and makes for the perfect morning coffee spot. Bushbuck make the inside of the camp their home, so don’t get a fright when you sit on the patio and a pair of them come trotting by. The bird baths in front of the cottages also attract a great variety of bird species.

GETTING THERE

Enter either at the Malelane Gate or the Crocodile Bridge Gate. Biyamiti is approximately halfway between the two. Just leave yourself with enough time to get from the gate to the camp, as they don’t accept late arrivals because of their distance from the gate. Leave at least an hour to get from the gate to the camp.

Knitty Gritty

  • No Shop
  • No Restaurant
  • No Credit Card Facilities
  • No ATM
  • No Mobile reception

Things to Seek

  • Wild Dog
  • White Tailed Mongoose
  • Orange Breasted Bush Shrike
  • Cheetah
  • Leopard

 

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