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SANParks Pretoriuskop Rest Camp

25 reviews
Self Catering
Campsite CK6P
From R414
per night (for 2 people)
Description

A maximum of 6 campers, 1 caravan with a side tent and 1 vehicle, or 1 tent and 1 vehicle, or 1 autovilla or motorised caravan will be permitted per site. The sites have shared use of communal ablutions, self-service laundry facilities, and kitchen facilities with 24-hour boiling water, electric hot-plates and washing up facilities. These sites have power points. Extra vehicles are charged an additional fee per night.

Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
Bathroom
  • Shower
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a camping basis, and guests are required to bring along their own equipment. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Hut ES2
From R525
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 2 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
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Description

These basic huts each contain 2 single beds, a fan, and an electric plug point. No utensils are provided. The huts have shared use of communal ablutions, self-service laundry facilities, and kitchen facilities with 24-hour boiling water, electric hot-plates and washing up facilities.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Fan
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Hut EB2
From R783
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 2 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These basic air-conditioned huts each contain 2 single beds, and a fridge. No utensils are provided. The huts have shared use of communal ablutions, self-service laundry facilities, and kitchen facilities with 24-hour boiling water, electric hot-plates and washing up facilities.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
Appliances
  • Fridge
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Hut EB5
From R783
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 5 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 5 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These basic air-conditioned huts each contain 5 single beds, and a fridge. No utensils are provided. The huts have shared use of communal ablutions, self-service laundry facilities, and kitchen facilities with 24-hour boiling water, electric hot-plates and washing up facilities.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 5 people
5 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
Appliances
  • Fridge
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Hut EB6
From R783
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 6 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 6 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These basic air-conditioned huts each contain 6 single beds, and a fridge. No utensils are provided. The huts have shared use of communal ablutions, self-service laundry facilities, and kitchen facilities with 24-hour boiling water, electric hot-plates and washing up facilities.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 6 people
6 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
Appliances
  • Fridge
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Hut EB3
From R783
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 3 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 3 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These basic air-conditioned huts each contain 3 single beds, and a fridge. No utensils are provided. The huts have shared use of communal ablutions, self-service laundry facilities, and kitchen facilities with 24-hour boiling water, electric hot-plates and washing up facilities.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 3 people
3 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
Appliances
  • Fridge
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Bungalow BG4
From R1 515
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 4 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 4 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These air-conditioned bungalows each contain 4 single beds, a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin, and a fridge. No utensils are provided. The bungalows have shared use of communal self-service laundry facilities, and kitchen facilities with 24-hour boiling water, electric hot-plates and washing up facilities.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 4 people
4 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
Appliances
  • Fridge
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Bungalow BG2D
From R1 515
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 1 x Double Bed
  • Read more
Description

This air-conditioned bungalow contains a double, a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin, and a fridge. No utensils are provided. This bungalow has shared use of communal self-service laundry facilities, and kitchen facilities with 24-hour boiling water, electric hot-plates and washing up facilities.

This unit/room consist of
Double Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
1 xDouble Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
Appliances
  • Fridge
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Bungalow BG2
From R1 515
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 2 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These air-conditioned bungalows each contain 2 single beds, a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin, and a fridge. No utensils are provided. The bungalows have shared use of communal self-service laundry facilities, and kitchen facilities with 24-hour boiling water, electric hot-plates and washing up facilities.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
Appliances
  • Fridge
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Bungalow BG6
From R1 626
per night (for 2 people)
Description

These air-conditioned bungalows 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Each bedroom contains 3 single beds. The bathroom contains a shower or a bath, a toilet and a washbasin. The chalet contains a fridge, but no utensils are provided. The bungalows have shared use of communal self-service laundry facilities, and kitchen facilities with 24-hour boiling water, electric hot-plates and washing up facilities.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom 1
Sleeps 3 people
3 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom 2
Sleeps 3 people
3 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • Bath
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
Appliances
  • Fridge
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Bungalow BD2M
From R1 702
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 2 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These air-conditioned bungalows each contain 2 single beds, a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin, 2 tub chairs and a coffee table, a ceiling fan, and a fridge. Outside, there is a covered verandah with a dining table and chairs, and a kitchenette that is equipped with a fridge-freezer, a 2-plate hot-plate, a kettle, utensils, and a sink. Braai facilities are provided.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Dining area
  • Fan
  • Kitchenette
  • Lounge area
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Stove
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Bungalow BD2MZ
From R1 702
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 2 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

This unit is adapted for guests with mobility impairment with wide doorways, roll-in showers, grab rails, and push levers. This air-conditioned bungalow contains 2 single beds, a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin, 2 tub chairs and a coffee table, a ceiling fan, and a fridge. Outside, there is a covered verandah with a dining table and chairs, and a kitchenette that is equipped with a fridge-freezer, a 2-plate hot-plate, a kettle, utensils, and a sink. Braai facilities are provided.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Dining area
  • Fan
  • Kitchenette
  • Lounge area
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Stove
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Bungalow BD2D
From R1 702
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 1 x Double Bed
  • Read more
Description

These air-conditioned bungalows each contain a double bed, and a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin. Outside, there is a covered verandah with a dining table and chairs, and a kitchenette that is equipped with a fridge-freezer, a 2-plate hot-plate, a kettle, utensils, and a sink. Braai facilities are provided.

This unit/room consist of
Double Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
1 xDouble Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Dining area
  • Kitchenette
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Stove
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Bungalow BD2Z
From R1 702
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 2 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These units are adapted for guests with mobility impairment with wide doorways, roll-in showers, grab rails, and push levers. These air-conditioned bungalows each contain 2 single beds, and a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin. Outside, there is a covered verandah with a dining table and chairs, and a kitchenette that is equipped with a fridge-freezer, a 2-plate hot-plate, a kettle, utensils, and a sink. Braai facilities are provided.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Dining area
  • Kitchenette
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Stove
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Bungalow BD2
From R1 702
per night (for 2 people)
  • Sleeps 2 people
  • Free Standing Unit
  • 2 x Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
  • Read more
Description

These air-conditioned bungalows each contain 2 single beds, and a shower en suite with a toilet and washbasin. Outside, there is a covered verandah with a dining table and chairs, and a kitchenette that is equipped with a fridge-freezer, a 2-plate hot-plate, a kettle, utensils, and a sink. Braai facilities are provided.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Dining area
  • Kitchenette
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Stove
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Bungalow FU4D
From R3 045
per night (for 2 people)
Description

These air-conditioned bungalows each contain 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and an open-plan kitchen and living area. The first bedroom contains 2 single beds, and the second bedroom contains a double bed. The first bathroom contains a bath, a toilet, and a washbasin. The second bathroom contains a shower, a toilet and a washbasin. The kitchen is well-equipped with a fridge-freezer, 2-plate hot-plate, kettle, toaster, microwave, and utensils. Braai facilities are provided.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom 1
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Double Bed
Bedroom 2
Sleeps 2 people
1 xDouble Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • Bath
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Dining area
  • Kitchenette
  • Lounge area
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Stove
Entertainment
  • Tv
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Family Cottage FF6DB
From R3 045
per night (for 2 people)
Description

This air-conditioned family cottage contains 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and an open-plan kitchen and living area. The first bedroom contains a double bed, and the second and third bedrooms each contain 2 single beds. The first bathroom contains a shower, a toilet and a washbasin. The second bathroom contains a bath, a toilet, and a washbasin. The kitchen is well-equipped with a fridge-freezer, stove, kettle, toaster, and utensils. Braai facilities are provided.

This unit/room consist of
Double Bed
Bedroom 1
Sleeps 2 people
1 xDouble Bed
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom 2
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom 3
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • Bath
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Dining area
  • Kitchenette
  • Lounge area
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Stove
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Family Cottage FF6D
From R3 045
per night (for 2 people)
Description

These air-conditioned family cottages each contain 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and an open-plan kitchen and living area. The first bedroom contains a double bed, and the second and third bedrooms each contain 2 single beds. Each bathroom contains a shower, a toilet and a washbasin. The kitchen is well-equipped with a fridge-freezer, stove, kettle, toaster, and utensils. Braai facilities are provided.

This unit/room consist of
Double Bed
Bedroom 1
Sleeps 2 people
1 xDouble Bed
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom 2
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Bedroom 3
Sleeps 2 people
2 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
Rates
More room/unit pictures
Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • En suite
  • Shower
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Dining area
  • Kitchenette
  • Lounge area
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Stove
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
Our Covid-19 guarantee: We offer a full-refund guarantee for any cancellations due to national travel restrictions preventing you from using your booking. Read More

Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.

Doherty Bryant Guest House GH9B
From R6 272
per night (for 2 people)
Description

Doherty Bryant Guest House consists of 3 standalone air-conditioned units. Each unit contains a double bed and a single bed, and an en-suite bathroom with a bath, a toilet, and a washbasin. The guest house has a kitchen that is well-equipped with a fridge-freezer, stove, kettle, toaster, and utensils. A braai area is available.

This unit/room consist of
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed Double Bed
Bedroom 1
Sleeps 3 people
1 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
1 xDouble Bed
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed Double Bed
Bedroom 2
Sleeps 3 people
1 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
1 xDouble Bed
Single Bed / Three-Quarter Bed Double Bed
Bedroom 3
Sleeps 3 people
1 xSingle Bed / Three-Quarter Bed
1 xDouble Bed
Rates
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Room Facilities
About This Room
  • Non smoking
  • Patio
  • Private entrance
Bathroom
  • Bath
  • En suite
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Dining area
  • Kitchenette
Appliances
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Stove
Price Includes

Rates displayed are on a self-catering basis. Rates include a 1% community fund.

House Rules

Please note: From 1 September 2017 all visitors over 18 years old will be required to produce an identity document, passport or alternative valid identification e.g. driver’s licence card for scanning upon entering/exiting the Parks. A standard daily conservation fee of R368 for foreign visitors, R184 for SADC nationals with a valid passport, and R92 for South African Citizens and Residents with ID, will be required on entry to the park. All accommodation, ablution and kitchen facilities are serviced by cleaning staff on a daily basis. Besides a bank (only open Monday to Friday and Saturday morning) at Skukuza and an ATM at Skukuza and Letaba, no cash withdrawal facilities are available in the Park. Day visitors will no longer be allowed to bring or consume alcohol in public areas such as parking lots, picnic sites, wildlife viewing areas or roads, gates and all other areas designated as public. The restrictions will not apply to overnight visitors who will be allowed to bring in own alcohol for consumption in the privacy of their booked accommodation and the restaurants. Like day visitors, overnight visitors will be bound by the same rules of not drinking in public. Do not leave any food unattended, as thieving monkeys and baboons are a constant threat. Late arrivals are only allowed in cases of emergency (proof and valid reason required) until 21:00 for guests with pre-booked accommodation at certain camps within 10 km distance from the relevant gate. An extra late arrival fee will be charged which is payable at the gate. No late arrivals are allowed at Pafuri, Phalaborwa or Phabeni Gates or any other gates for camps more than 10 km away. The use of drones inside (and over) our national parks is strictly prohibited. No animals may be brought into a National Park As outdoor lighting in camps is limited, a torch/headlamp is required when walking outside at night. No smoking is allowed inside the accommodation. Please note the gate hours: Entrance Gates Opening Times: Oct - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gates Opening Times: Oct: 05:30 Nov - Jan: 04:30 Feb - Mar: 05:30 Apr - Sep: 06:00 Camp Gate Closing Times: Aug - Oct: 18:00 Nov - Feb: 18:30 Mar - Apr: 18:00 May - Jul: 17:30

Cancellation Policy - Custom
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Cancelling or downgrading of a reservation 45 days or less prior to, or on, arrival will result in cancellation fees according to a sliding scale, based on the total reservation cost, which varies between 50% and 100%.