Fodor's The Complete Guide to African Safaris
At a Glance
- good plains game
- couple of good picnic spots in vicinity
- bigger camps near enough to stock up on supplies
- a bit bland
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On the banks of the normally dry N'waswitsontso River in Kruger's central section, this peaceful camp in the middle of a wide, open valley has excellent game-viewing. Grassy plains and mixed woodlands provide an ideal habitat for herds of impalas, zebras, and wildebeests, as well as lions, cheetahs, and elephants. You can take a break from your vehicle and watch birds and game from a couple of raised viewing platforms inside the perimeter fence. The accommodations are well equipped and comfortable, with cane furniture and airy verandas.
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