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We spent two nights here and had two different rooms. We were unable to reserve the room with the best views when we booked, so we spent one night in Hut #2 and the next night in Hut #9.
Both rooms were nearly identical, the...More
We stayed in the guest house for 2 nights, moved to another camp for 2 nights, and then back to this house for 2 more nights. The views were amazing! The house was great, had everything we needed. The baboons are a problem. We left...More
Olifants camp is a fantastic little gem. Overlooking the fabulous Olifants river and when elephant do cross it's the most magical experience. We stayed in room 109 you can lie in your bed with a very early morning coffee and rusk and watch the most...More
Olifants Camp situated in the more northerly part of the park, is a great camp. Well run and clean it is sited on a river. Beautiful views can be enjoyed from many of the chalets and restaurant. There are good roads but n the area...More
One of the nicest camps in the KNP. Fantastic views from the camp across the Olifants river. The call of the fish eagle always present and good photography is on call all the time. Did not use the restaurant but was obvious by the number...More
Best day trips available? Drive your own car throughout the park. There is a "sightings board" in the camp(s), which can somewhat give you an idea as to where to find animals but there is also a latest sightings app which... More
Best day trips available? Drive your own car throughout the park. There is a "sightings board" in the camp(s), which can somewhat give you an idea as to where to find animals but there is also a latest sightings app which gives a little better real time sightings. Better off driving around and spotting animals yourself. If you see a congregation of cars stopped it's most likely one of the big 5