The newly renovated house is booked out as a self-catering unit from which the guest can freely select a room of their choice. Special discount can be arranged per person sharing a room. The remainder of the rooms not in use during your stay will remain locked.
This self-catering double story house have two balconies with a panoramic view over the wildlife estate, revealing the wildlife as you stare into the openness of bushveld and the Drakensberg Mountains in the distance. The establishment can sleep 15 people (12 on luxury beds plus 3 on a tri-bunk bed). There are five spacious bedrooms to choose from to meet your needs. There are two bathrooms and an outside shower.
The estate is 680ha in size, with each lodge or house set on a hectare stand. Game moves freely between the premises, so you can either let the wildlife come to you, or go on a game drive on one of the estate’s game drive routes. Access is strictly monitored through a security gate with 24 hour access control. The estate is located just a few hundred metres outside Hoedspruit, and is close to a number of restaurants, pubs and shops. The estate provide a variety of activities, such as horse riding, game drives, hiking, moutain biking and more.
The establishment is a self-catering house that is fully furnished. You must experience the sunrise from one of the balconies looking out on the wilderness, or make use of the recliners at night to stare at the stars and listen to the wildlife sounds.
The lounge or TV room has a DVD home theatre and DSTV Premium is included. The open plan kitchen has enough cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils with a 4 plate oven, a microwave, two double door fridge/freezers and one freezer. Many other kitchenware and equipment is available, from a deep fryer to a popcorn maker. The scullery is equipped with two washing machines and a dryer. The house has one garage with an electric door, a double and single car port. There is enough parking space for at least 5 vehicles. The house has five air conditioning units that are more than sufficient to keep the house cool.
The Lower Sabie Rest Camp in the world-renowned Kruger National Park graces the banks of the Sabie River. Visitors cannot help but feel soothed by the view towards the river and the Lebombo mountains beyond, across expansive green lawns, shaded from the relentless African sun by majestic sycamore fig, marula and Natal mahogany trees.
In this rest camp, the bounty and plenitude of nature are very evident, eloquently symbolised by the most conspicuous of its numerous trees, which provides generously for the livelihood of many birds and insects. Not only do these giants produce fruit at least twice a year, but different trees produce fruit at different times, extending the gifts of life over many months. Watching the endless procession of animals coming to drink at the Sabie River establishes a sense of one’s own place in the eternal cycle.
Lower Sabie Rest Camp offers a cafeteria and a shop, a restaurant, a communal laundromat, filling station, communal kitchens and ablutions, braai facilities, a separate day visitor picnic area on the periphery of the camp, a swimming pool for overnight residents, and an Eco Information Centre.
Activities at Lower Sabie Rest Camp include guided bush walks, and morning, night and day game drives in the company of trained field guides, bush breakfast and bush braais.
SANParks Berg-en-Dal Rest Camp in the world-renowned Kruger National Park is situated on the bank of the Matjulu Spruit with a view of softly undulating hills to the east. On the northern and southern sides dry riverbeds and a dam border the camp. There are large trees along the streams and dry riverbeds. Special care has been taken to preserve the natural vegetation in the camp. Berg-en-Dal is also the only camp set in a rugged mountain environment.
Berg-en-Dal offers a cafeteria and a shop, Tindlovu Restaurant, a communal laundromat, filling station, communal kitchens and ablutions, braai facilities, an auditorium and conference facilities, a basic day visitor picnic area in the camp, and a swimming pool for overnight residents.
Activities at Berg-en-Dal include guided bush walks, game drives in the company of trained field guides, bush breakfast and bush braais, Bushman and Wolhuter Wilderness Trails, seasonal kids educational programme, rhino perimeter trail camp walks with braille facilities, and wildlife film screenings every evening except on Sundays.
The Punda Maria Rest Camp in the world-renowned Kruger National Park lies in the northernmost part of the Kruger National Park, 8 km from Punda Maria Gate. The camp is situated in the Sandveld region that is often described as the botanical garden of the Kruger National Park. There are numerous plant species which occur that are unique to the area. Game species most likely to be sighted include impala, zebra, buffalo, elephant, eland and sable and the area is a bird paradise.
The Punda Maria Rest Camp offers a cafeteria and a shop, a restaurant, a communal laundromat, filling station, communal kitchens and ablutions, braai facilities, a swimming pool for overnight residents, and a day visitor picnic area located next to the Punda Maria Gate 8 km outside the camp.
Activities at Punda Maria Rest Camp include guided bush walks, and morning, night and day game drives in the company of trained field guides, and a bird hide overlooking the waterhole on the camping site fence.
The Shingwedzi Rest Camp in the world-renowned Kruger National Park lies in the northern part of the park in the heart of mopane country. Waterbuck, nyala, kudu and elephant are often seen here and the bird life is prolific. With a back to nature feel about it, this beautiful and rustic camp, which is untouched by modern technology, will definitely leave a lasting impression with its aesthetic tranquillity.
A scenic game drive along the Shingwedzi River in a south-easterly direction towards the Kanniedood Dam is one of the most rewarding drives in the Park. Staying overnight at Shingwedzi is an experience that will last a lifetime. It is a rustic camp that still carries the essence of the bush and is untouched by modern technology. Experience magical evenings where the accommodation is arranged in 2 separate circles and the glow emanating from braai stands cast a tranquil spell.
The Shingwedzi Rest Camp offers a cafeteria and a shop, a restaurant, a communal laundromat, filling station, communal kitchens and ablutions, braai facilities, a swimming pool for overnight residents, and a day visitor picnic area.
Activities at Shingwedzi Rest Camp include guided bush walks, and morning, night and day game drives in the company of trained field guides, wildlife films on the big screen daily except Sundays, Kanniedood Bird Hide located about 7 km east of the camp, and Ntishivana Bird Hide located about 30 km east of the camp.