Pafuri Camp, Kruger

South Africa

Prepare for a heightened sense of wilderness in one of the most remote areas of the Kruger.The Makuleke Concession lies in a vast triangle between the Limpopo and Luvuvhu rivers along South Africa’s north eastern frontier.

Between them, the two vast valleys embrace one of Africa’s most remarkable landscapes with gorges and mountains in the west giving way to pans, plains, fever tree and baobabs forests in the east. Here, animals roam without the hindrance of borders in a trans-frontier park that spans three countries.

It’s here, in the far north of Kruger National Park that Pafuri Camp can be found. Although a larger camp, Pafuri feels intimate and comfortable tented rooms exude charm and serenity with sweeping views over the river from private decks. The river attracts large herds of elephant and buffalo can be spotted from camp for much of the year.

Head out on game drives, during which you’ll learn more about the history and archaeology of area, not to mention catch sight of leopard, serval and hyenas. The low-lying floodplains where the camp sits harbour an abundance of diverse life. Bird lovers are in for a treat as this is one of the best places in South Africa to bird watch and guided birding walks are a highlight.

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Pafuri Camp sits in the northern most corner of the Kruger National Park, accessible by a one hour 40-minute scheduled charter flight from Johannesburg.

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