South Africa Exploration: Pafuri Walking Trail

Take a walk on the wild side of the Kruger Park

Take a walk in the private Makuleke Concession in northern Kruger Park, a magical place blessed with exceptional biodiversity, spectacular scenery and abundant wildlife.

This three-night, four-day trail takes place in Kruger’s remote north along paths made over aeons by its animal inhabitants. With one campsite as a base, each day is spent in different parts of the 24 000-hectare Concession, exploring its wealth of habitats, from rivers, floodplains and seasonal pans, to baobab-dotted kopjes, woodland and ethereal riverine forest.

Highlights:

  • This is the most remote and wild walking experience, offering a sense of wilderness and of history.
  • The area is a true contrast to the rest of the Kruger National Park, with life found here that is nowhere else, from baobab forests to herds of nyala.
  • Its unique scenery includes Lanner Gorge, Crooks’ Corner and the Limpopo fever tree forest.

Pafuri Walking Trail Map

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Departure Dates

The season operates from 01 April 2014 to 31 October 2014, with departures every Monday and Friday. Please contact your travel agent to confirm departure dates for this Exploration.

  • Day 1
    Day 1
    Pafuri Walking Trails Camp
  • Days 2 & 3
    Days 2 & 3
    Explore area on morning and afternoon walks
  • Day 4
    Day 4
    Early morning walk; depart
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