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Crocodile Bridge

At a Glance

    Pros

  • adjacent to one of best game roads in park
  • very well run

    Cons

  • close proximity to the outside world of roads and farms makes it very noisy

Crocodile Bridge Review

In the southeastern corner of the park, this superb small rest camp (it has won several awards for good service) doubles as an entrance gate, which makes it a convenient stopover if you arrive near the park's closing time and thus too late to make it to another camp. Although the Crocodile River provides a scenic backdrop, any sense of being in the wild is quickly shattered by views of power lines and farms on the south side. The road leading from the camp to Lower Sabie is famous for sightings of general game as well as buffalo, rhinos, cheetahs, and lions, but it's often crowded on weekends and holidays and during school vacations. A hippo pool lies just 5 km (3 mi) away. Two of the bungalows are geared toward travelers with disabilities.

    Hotel Details

  • 20 bungalows, 8 safari tents, 18 campsites
Updated: 11-13-2012

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