SANParks Lower Sabie Rest Camp

Description of accommodation :

 

SAN Parks Camping in Lower Sabie Rest Camp – Kruger National Park

The Kruger Park is world famous. With an area of almost 20,000 km2, it is the largest game reserve in South Africa. It is for the most part located in Limpopo, the northernmost region of South Africa. A park where the treasures of South Africa in the form of archaeological finds, Bushmen rock paintings and animals and plants continue to surprise you every day.

This beautiful South African National Park where you will find 336 different trees is a home for a large number of animals. You will find 49 fish species, 34 amphibians, 114 species of reptiles, 507 species of birds and 147 different mammals including the world famous Big 5!
The Lower Sabie rest camp is located on the banks of the Sabie River, one of the few remaining flowing rivers of the Kruger Park. Visitors are surprised by a tranquility that will be experienced as calming through the Lebombo Mountains and views over the river. In this camp there is an abundance of nature and the countless beautiful trees including the Sycamore fig tree provide food and coolness for countless insects and birds. Twice a year these giants produce fruit, and other trees provide nourishment in other months so that it is an ever-lasting cycle of; growth, flowering and attraction. You will feel part of this cycle as the animals pass by towards the river. In this camp you will mainly look for the white rhino, the hippopotamus, lions, the Goliath heron and the Giant Kingfisher.

Activities

  • Bush walks with a guide, you go out for a few hours with a trained and armed ranger, the group will not be larger than 8 people. They will read the traces of Elephants, rhino and lion and tell you about the fascinating nature of South Africa. Think of comfortable shoes, comfortable clothing and don’t forget your camera and binoculars! Walks are not permitted for children under 13 years of age. You must book this activity in advance.
  • Game drives, choice of sunset, night and morning game drives. For these game drives, it makes sense to book it in advance to avoid disappointment on the spot. On request (at least 2 months in advance and upon availability) you can book a “Day drive”. You then rent a car and driver and you can then visit those places in the park where no tourists come.
  • Bush Breakfast or Bush braai including the game drive (ride of max. 1 hour) to the place of the Bush meal. Meals in a beautiful place by an open fire in the middle of nature are a great experience (Meal is between 90 minutes and 2 hours). Ask for availability during your booking.

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