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The Venue

  The Venue (Bosveld Centre, Portion 24 Welverdiend Farm, R40 Hoedspruit, Limpopo) — savor the prettiness of Limpopo when you stay overnight in Hoedspruit, a little town at the foot of the Drakensberg Mountain Range. And it is in this idyllic setting that excellent wine and sophisticated gin can be enjoyed at leisure. While this … Continue reading The Venue

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Skukuza Rest Camp

  Skukuza Rest Camp (Kruger National Park, Skukuza 1350) — Skukuza camp is one of the more popular camps in the Park and can get a bit busy as it is also a pit-stop for day visitors and safari tour groups. It is the largest camp in the Kruger National Park and the administrative headquarters. … Continue reading Skukuza Rest Camp

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Punda Maria Rest Camp

  Punda Maria Rest Camp (Kruger National Park) — the Punda Maria Rest Camp is one of the northern most camps in the Kruger National Park and quite spectacular. It offers visitors a wilder, more remote experience. The area is most popular for birding, with game viewing being a bit leaner than the southern regions. … Continue reading Punda Maria Rest Camp

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Pretoriuskop Rest Camp

  Pretoriuskop Rest Camp (Kruger National Park) –– this rest camp has huge sentimental value for those that know the history of the Park and is the oldest rest camp. It was named after Willem Pretorius, a pioneering developer in its early days. The rest camp has a spectacular pool, built around a massive granite … Continue reading Pretoriuskop Rest Camp

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Orpen Rest Camp

  Orpen Rest Camp (Kruger National Park) — this is a smaller camp situated close to the Orpen gate. It is one of the lesser well-known rest camps so it’s perfect for those wanting to avoid the hustle and bustle of the larger, busier rest camps. All the bungalows face onto a watering hole that … Continue reading Orpen Rest Camp