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At a Glance


  • permanent water hole attracts lots of animals, especially in winter
  • really remote


  • high malaria area
  • difficult to access
  • no electrical plug points in accommodation
  • no cell-phone reception, which can be a pro or con

Sirheni Review

The most remote of all the bushveld camps and one of the loveliest, Sirheni is a major bird-watching camp that sits on the edge of the Sirheni Dam in an isolated wilderness area in the far north of the park. It's a long drive to get here but well worth the effort. Because there is permanent water, game—including lions and white rhinos—can often be seen at the dam, particularly in the dry winter months. Keep your eyes open for the resident leopard, which often drinks at the dam in the evening. A rewarding drive for birders and game spotters alike runs along the Mphongolo River. You can watch the sun set over the magnificent bush from one of two secluded viewing platforms at either end of the camp, but be sure to smother yourself with mosquito repellent.

    Hotel Details

  • 15 cottages.
Updated: 11-13-2012

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