Kruger National Park Bush Camps offer accommodation in smaller, more remote camps and do not have restaurants. A mini shop at reception stocks basic items. Each bush camp has its own braai facilities - what could be better than ending an exciting day of game viewing than by enjoying a delicious braai.
One of the attractions of staying at these Bush Camps in Kruger Park is that access is restricted to only residents and guests with reservations. This makes these Kruger National Park Bush Camps more private than rest camps. These Kruger National Park Bush Camps are located within easy reach of the larger rest camps, making it convenient for guests wanting to make use of the rest camp facilities.
Wildlife is the main attraction and as such guests can choose to either self-drive or go on guided game drives in the company of professional and experienced field guides. Animals you may be lucky enough to see include giraffe, elephant, rhino, buffalo, hippo, leopard, lion and loads more. Birders are also in for a treat, as the Kruger Park has over 500 species of birds.
Bush Lodges in Kruger Park are even more remote and are suitable for guests wanting to completely escape the crowds and who are self-sufficient. There are no facilities or guided game viewing activities available at Boulders Bush Lodge and Roodewal Bush Lodge.