The Biyamiti camp is situated within the fairly dense mixed Combretum Veld of the area in Kruger National Park.
Biyamiti Camp is situated on the bank of the Biyamiti River. Biyamiti is an intimate and secluded bush camp offering luxurious lodging out in the bush. The surrounding vegetation is mixed woodland with heavier growth and sizable trees along the river.
Biyamiti Camp is situated 26km (16 miles) from the Crocodile Bridge gate and only 12km (7 miles) from the N4. Biyamiti Camp forms part of a relatively new concept in bush lodges in the Kruger National Park. Smaller, more luxurious camps are built in the more remote areas of the Park.
One of its attractions is that Biyamiti Camp is private which means that only residents are allowed in the camp and on the access roads to the camp. Each of the smaller camps are situated within easy reach of the larger rest camps so that guests can make use of the larger camps amenities if needed.
The new Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport is just 25km (15.5 miles) from Nelspruit. Skukuza airport services charter flights.
Transportation routes from Johannesburg/Pretoria:
Malelane Gate: Take the N4 to Nelspruit head through Nelspruit to Malelane. Then turn left at Kruger National Park sign just outside Malelane and head to gate. Allow between 4 to 5 hours for the trip to the gate. Biyamiti Bush Camp is 39km (24 miles) away from Malelane. Allow about 2 hours for the drive to the bush camp; however if you want to enjoy the game viewing possibilities give yourself more time!
Read more about game viewing routes around Biyamiti Bushveld Camp
Kruger National Park is in a summer rainfall area. Such precipitation is usually convectional and can result in heavy downpours. The summer months (October to April) are hot and often balmy. Winters are warm and mild, although visitors going on night-drives will require warm clothing.
The Biyamiti camp is situated within the typical fairly dense mixed Combretum Veld of the area. Tamboti, knob thorn, magic guarri, green thorn, sausage tree and marula can all be found in and around the Biyamiti region.