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At a Glance


  • lovely old camp full of trees, flowers, and birds
  • restaurant deck overlooks Letaba riverbed, where there's always game
  • interesting environmental center


  • a long way from the southern entrance gates, so you'll need more traveling time
  • always busy

Letaba Review

Overlooking the frequently dry Letaba River, this lovely camp sits in the middle of elephant country in the central section of the park. There's excellent game-viewing on the roads to and all around the Englelhardt and Mingerhout dams: be careful in the early morning and as the sun goes down that you don't bump a hippo. The camp itself has a real bush feel: all the huts are thatch (ask for one overlooking the river), and the grounds are overgrown with apple-leaf trees, acacias, mopane, and ilala palms. The restaurant and snack bar, with attractive outdoor seating, look out over the broad, sandy riverbed. Even if you're not staying at Letaba, stop at the superb elephant exhibit at the Environmental Education Centre and marvel at just how big elephants' tusks can get. Campsites, on the camp's perimeter, offer lots of shade for your tent or trailer.

    Hotel Details

  • 86 bungalows, 5 huts, 10 guest cottages, 2 guesthouses, 20 safari tents, 60 campsites.
Updated: 11-13-2012

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