Safaris Hotels



At a Glance


  • private and intimate
  • guests see a lot at the camp's hide
  • no traffic jams


  • long distance to travel
  • there's a TV, which can be a pro or a con depending on your point of view

Bateleur Review

Hidden in the northern reaches of the park, this tiny camp, the oldest of the bushveld camps, is one of Kruger's most remote destinations. Shaded by tall trees, it overlooks the dry watercourse of the Mashokwe Spruit. A raised platform provides an excellent game-viewing vantage point (don't forget to apply mosquito repellent if you sit here at dawn or dusk), and it's only a short drive to two nearby dams, which draw a huge variety of animals, from lions and elephants to zebras and hippos. The main bedroom in each fully equipped cottage has air-conditioning; elsewhere in each cottage there are ceiling fans, a microwave, and a TV.

    Hotel Details

  • 7 cottages
Updated: 11-13-2012

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