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The Olifant's Rest Camp remains our favourite camp in the Kruger National Park. The amazing vistas over the Olifants river is breathtaking. We have spotted so much wildlife, Elephants, Kudu's, Hippopotamus, Impala's, Waterbuck etc. We had a lovely upgraded 3 bed bungalow with river views....More
We stayed In Olifants for 2 nights. We couldn't get a bungalow with direct river view, but we're given nr 39. It was almost as good! We could see the river and we're woken by the call of fish eagles every morning. Baboons are a...More
If we had a choice between overlook / waterholes in Kruger we would choose Letaba. You can actually see wildlife there. The overlook at Olifants is magnificent, but you are so far up, you cannot see anything moving below unless you brought your binoculars. The...More
Olifants camp are a centrally located in camp in Kruger set high on a hill overlooking a beautiful river. We stayed in a rondavel with 3 beds but probably better suited for 2 persons. The accommodation and camp was neat and clean. There is a...More
We spent three days and they were magical! This rest camp has such a special location and ambiance about it! The Olifants and Letaba Rivers were painfully low and the Hippo are struggling. Hopefully the rain will come soon! Very aptly named camp as we...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