Lower Sabie Rest Camp is easily one of the Kruger National Park's most renowned rest camps. It is always fully booked. I set out to find out why.
Heading into the more central region, Satara Rest Camp is surrounded be large open plains, hosting lion and lots of other exciting game. With lots of grass and play areas, this is a great camp for families.
&Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve in KwaZulu Natal has announced that five specially selected dogs and their handlers will undergo an intensive 10-week training course to help fight rhino poaching in the area.
During my third week in the Kruger National Park, I got to explore the more central regions of the park. I stayed at Tamboti and Satara and ended my week off at the ever popular Lower Sabie Rest Camp.
Orpen Rest Camp, the satellite campsite of Maroela and the safari tent camp of Tamboti not only gains you access to the flat plains of central Kruger, but they are also ideal for a quiet stay in the bush without compromising on wildlife sightings.
Skukuza Rest Camp, the Kruger National Park's administrative headquarters, is always alive with activity and boasts the widest range of accommodation options in the park, with great game viewing.
On week two of my six-week trip around Kruger National Park, I finished my stay in Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp, moved on to Pretoriuskop and then to Skukuza, the park's headquarters.
This classic Kruger camp is the first camp in the park to open accommodation to visitors and still holds many historically significant spots to discover. A quiet camp, it sits to the far west of the park.
A round up of everything you'll love about Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp, Kruger National Park's most hilly camp with some of the most beautiful view across the south of the park.
Last year, 668 rhinos were killed and 266 people were arrested in connection in South Africa. 249 rhinos have been poached and 78 arrests have been made in the country since the beginning of this year. Are we losing the battle against rhino poaching?