Traditional camp under thatch with plunge pools, overlooking a dry river bed, inside Kruger.
Strikingly modern, clean design overlooking the far north of Kruger, more about remarkable scenery, trees and birding than game, which can be elusive. Pel’s Post is the satellite villa.
Intimate camp with contemporary wood and glass suites between the riverine trees, close to the water to which attracts game and birds. It’s had a decor makeover, looking fresher and brighter now.
Ethereal, loft-style suites perched on a hillside, airy and contemporary (glass, wood and steel) with views to the river below.
Good value low impact camp, built using natural materials in a game rich part of Kruger proper. Walking safaris from the smaller tented camp.
The only luxury tented camp inside Kruger – and the tents have aircon. Simple, small and elegant camp delivers close-to-nature African feeling, good game viewing.
Nostaigic but elegant feel with old colonial antiques, this is a large camp with a special kids programme – well suited to families (there’s a family suite with private pool).
All suites overlook the river in this relatively large camp which can feel more suited to groups and events.
Not quite as slick as the Lion Sands lodges in Sabi Sand, but nonetheless luxurious and you’re in the Kruger Park proper. Hi’Nkweni (pronounced Hing Kwei) is their private villa.
Sister to Tinga, this is also inside Kruger looking over the Sabi River, designed in a tree house style with raised wooden walkways.