Mind-blowing biodiversity in Kruger
Note: Due to unusually high flooding of the Luvuvhu River in 2013, Pafuri Camp will be rebuilt in 2014. In the meantime, the area can be explored on the seasonal Pafuri Walking Trail (April to October)
Pafuri Camp lies on a gentle bend along the northern bank of the Luvuvhu River, under the shade of enormous ebony and nyalaberry trees, in the northernmost corner of the Kruger. 20 en-suite tents (including 6 family units) with indoor and outdoor showers overlook the river. The main area has large decks, an open-sided lounge and dining room and swimming pool. The camp and its walkways are elevated two metres off the ground, allowing wildlife to move undisturbed to and from the river, and catching the breeze moving through the tree canopy. Colourful fabrics and stonework characterise the camp, reflecting the culture of the Makuleke people.
- Home to 75% of Kruger’s inhabitants – a biodiversity hotspot
- The birding mecca of the Kruger National Park
- A place of history – from early humans to modern-day South Africa