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As this has popped up as a place we visited during our time in the Klaserie, I’ll simply add that as part of a dream holiday with Africa on Foot, seeing the variety of wildlife using the watering holes meets every expectation you would have...More
We took it as a detour and found people fishing and just passing time away in silence. While it was calming, just like other big water bodies but we did not particularly enjoy this place. Don't include it as part of safari, just go there...More
This camp site is set on a partition of land cutting in to the dam. Wonderful location and views over the dam and the sunsets over the Drakensburg Mountains are what South African dreams are made of. Some investment in the ablutions would be great...More
Klaserie Dam is a large waterbody which offers great fishing and idle time activities while in Kruger. There are no special activities except if you bring / get fishing rods but given the greenery and overall scenery of water, trees and people - you can...More
We have a tradition. Every year around end of October all the men of our family and friends, upon invitation visit Klaserie dam for a weekend of brotherhood.
The camping site, and ablustions are great. One thing that's not so great, it is seriously frowned...More
Camping on the banks of the Klaserie dam under the shade of the gorgeous overhanging trees was a real treat.
Well managed ablutions and friendly management enhanced the experience.
A short drive from the Kruger Park's Orpen Gate.
Ok, so the dam is anything but impressive but the walk to the place and the immense solitude more than make up for the disappointment of arriving at the destination. Make sure you visit the extremely old Boabob tree nearby which is the source of...More