Pafuri Camp

South Africa

 

  • Walking safaris including overnight trails
  • Spacious tents including 7 family units
  • Cool off in the swimming pools
  • Your stay helps the local community
  • Beautiful scenery and diverse wildlife

Open: April to October.

Location: Makuleke Concession, Limpopo, Kruger National Park, South Africa.

Rooms: There are 19 luxury designer tents with en-suite bathrooms and private decks. There are seven ‘family tents' that sleep up to four persons.

Activities: Variety of activities including guided walks and game drives. One can also take advantage of specialist birding walks or drives to explore the history and archaeology of the area. Wildlife viewing from this camp can be rather extraordinary with large herds of elephant located in the area during the dry months, there is also a healthy population of buffalo and Pafuri Camp is known for regular sightings of leopard and lion.

Facilities: The main lodge houses the lounge, bar and dining room. There’s a large deck and a swimming pool also there is a walkway leading to boma and firepit.

Dining: This is a full-service camp and three meals per day are provided.

Children: Children aged 6 years and over are welcome at Pafuri camp.

Health: This is a malaria-free area.

Communication: There is currently no cell or wifi available at the lodge.

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Client Rating for South Africa 5/5 from 74 reviews

Beautifully sited camp on the river, with walkways to the accommadation , huge tents with thatch. resident kingfishers nyala and baboons! We were made very welcome and were well looked after. Not a camp to go to see big game, but lovely scenery trees and birds.

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