Sunday, November 6, 2011


Sir Richard Branson's Private Game Reserve, Ulusaba Private Game Reserve is located in the western sector of the Sabi Sand Reserve.
Ulusaba has 21 rooms and suites spread over two lodges. Rock Lodge is 'Heaven in Heaven', perched high on the summit of a hill with views over the South African bush below. Nearly 500 metres away is Safari Lodge, known as 'Heaven on Earth'. Built along the banks of a dry riverbed, Safari Lodge guests cross swing bridges between the exquisite tree house style rooms. For the ultimate experience, guests can share their time between both lodges.

Most of the staff hail from the surrounding villages therefore guests benefit from authentic South African hospitality. The Ulusaba family of 119 individuals includes some of the finest and most qualified rangers and trackers in the reserve, who guarantee the experience of a lifetime on game drive. Ulusaba delight in going the extra mile for all our guests!

Want to come and expeience this worl class lodge, contact Go SAfari to arrange this amazing experince.

Chitwa Chitwa

Nestling into obscurity around the largest lake in the reserve, one of Chitwa Chitwa's most endearing features is its seamless integration into the surrounding African bush through its ideal location and design. Guests can be assured of superlative game viewing from the main lounge and dining areas as they are rendered invisible to the various groups of wild animals that congregate at the waters edge in the mornings and early evenings.

Chitwa consists of 8 suites, 1 family suite and the 2-bedroomed Chitwa House, all decorated in a sophisticated contemporary style. Chitwa House is an exclusive luxury villa, beautifully decorated. The House includes a lounge, dining room and secluded pool and has its own private ranger and Landrover.

Children all ages are welcome. Each suite can accommodate up to two extra beds for children under the age of 12 years.

Want to come and expeience this worl class lodge, contact Go SAfari to arrange this amazing experince.


Unparalleled Luxury in an un-spoilt Environment...

Simbambili Lodge is situated among dense stands of knobthorn and jackalberry trees along the meandering Manyeleti River in the northern part of the Sabi Sand Game Reserve, part of the world-renowned Kruger National Park.

With its 8 Moroccan-styled suites that have been sensitively designed to blend with the environment and carefully positioned to enhance privacy, this is a must for the romantic at heart. Each suite with its own plunge pool and Sala overlooking the watering hole.
This exquisite Lodge is famed for its regular Leopard sightings and abundance of general game species as well as extraordinary bird life. With the Lodge accommodating a maximum of 16 guests, public areas carefully designed to resemble hospitality akin to a comfortable home with specially prepared meals and venues for entertaining and relaxation. Amani African Spa offers holistic signature body, skin & beauty treatments
No children under 12 years accepted unless the entire lodge is booked.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Sabi Sabi

In the heart of the African wilderness lie four luxurious safari lodges that each epitomize style, comfort and opulence. Thrilling safaris, plush surroundings and gourmet cuisine combined with Sabi Sabi's legendary five star hospitality ensure that each and every guest experiences true African magic during their stay.
Sabi Sabi reserve also offers a choice of 3 camps and has a philosophy 'yesterday, today and tomorrow'.
The 'yesterday' part is seen in the romantic Selati Camp a favorite for honeymooners.Decorated to recall the reserve's historic past, it has a colonial charm. Fashioned in a colonial "Out of Africa" style, this exclusive lodge comprises eight opulent thatched suites, each with full bathroom en-suite and private alfresco shower. World-class cuisine is served on wooden thatched decks, in the open air "boma" or in the "farmhouse kitchen".

'Today" are the contemporary Bush Lodge and Little Bush Camp. Bush Lodge has 25 suites done in exquisite ethnic decor. The en-suite bathrooms feature al-fresco as well as glass-fronted indoor showers, affording wonderful views of the bushveld. Huge viewing decks are the ideal setting to relax while spotting game, bird watching, or cooling off in the filtered pools.
Little Bush Camp is more intimate with only 6 luxury suites each with a private viewing deck and heated spa bath overlooking the riverbed, Complete with luxury furnishings, full bathroom en-suite, indoor and outdoor showers and air-conditioning. It is an exclusive safari camp, offering luxury accommodation for family, friends, or small groups with unparalled intimacy and seclusion

Earth Lodge (pictured) being the 'tomorrow' features ground-breaking and forward-looking design. The building is almost invisible in the landscape as it's been sculpted into a slope. Home to 13 ultra-luxurious suites, the lodge breaks with traditional bush lodge style to create a masterpiece of artistry and innovation. Each of the suites features individually designed furniture, private plunge pool, en-suite glass fronted bathroom, indoor and outdoor shower and butler services.The outdoor boma, its walls sculpted from tree roots and piled up piece by piece, captures the drama of the African night and evokes the power of the wilderness.
Children of all ages welcome at Bush Lodge and are permitted at the other 3 lodges only if booking exclusive use.

To arrange your once in a life time safari to Sabi Sabi contact Go Safari

Friday, October 14, 2011

Lion Sands

Owned & run by the More family for over 4 generations; access to both the Sabie and Sand River ecosystems with good Big Five game viewing has 3 lodges to choose from.

Ivory Lodge - The award winning Lion Sands Ivory Lodge is ultra luxurious, yet simple and uncluttered. The lodge is about overriding exclusivity with complete privacy, where each suite is operated as a private villa.

The Lodge comprises six generously sized privately situated villas, each with a separate living room, heated swimming pool and an open plan en-suite bathroom with an enclosure for the outdoor shower – 6-star luxury in the middle of the bush.

River Lodge - The rooms at River Lodge offer respite and protection from the Lowveld heat. The interior is a tranquil, cool in the summer, cozy in the winter. There are 18 luxurious thatched bedrooms with en-suite bathroom, outdoor & inside shower & wooden viewing deck. The rooms are linked to all areas by raised wooden walkways.
The public areas at River Lodge offers guests, wooden viewing decks, a secluded bird hide, a magnificent River Island Deck built on the river, Lalamuka Health Spa & gymnasium.

1933 is an exclusive-use lodge with 4 spacious suites, each opening onto views of the Sabie River and represent a secluded environment where comfort and relaxation are the order of the day. The bathrooms are just as inviting. Ideal for family groups, a children’s dormitory, able to sleep up to 8 children, with his and hers bathroom and an inter-leading bedroom for an au-pair.
If this sounds like your dream home, that’s exactly what 1933 at Lion Sands strives to be: a gracious home away from home – with a few added luxuries, including your own private chef and ranger, with the exclusive use of a 4x4 Landrover for safari game drives.

No children under 10 years at River or Ivory Lodge. 1933 welcomes children of all ages.

Contact Go SAfari to arrange a stay at Lion Sands for you.

Saturday, October 8, 2011


Singita has two lodges in the Sabie Sands and both enjoy superb location overlooking the Sand River. Each lodge has 12 secluded suites with private heated swimming pool all with their own en suite bathroom and shower, outside shower, double-sided fireplace, mini bar and fridge, room mini safe, air-conditioning, overhead fans, private lounge, direct dial telephones and game-viewing deck they also offer traditional open boma dinners, gymnasium, health spa, library and wine cellar.

Children of all ages are welcome at both camps

Singita Ebony Lodge

The secluded thatched suites are the epitome of elegant comfort, with rooms styled with an eclectic mix of colours, fabrics and textures. A colonial feel with Egyptian linen, African throws, antiques and modern luxuries combine to create a homely, lived-in feel. From the vast wooden deck to the pool overlooking the Sand River, it’s not uncommon to see elephant, buffalo and antelope grazing only metres away at any time of day. Perhaps this is where the notion of an ‘armchair safari’ was perfected...

Singita Boulders Lodge
has a contemporary air of tranquillity that honours Africa in an authentic way. Guests can enjoy wrap-around views from most parts of the natural stone lodge, and the lookout deck offers the perfect spot from which to observe wildlife drawn to the Sand River.

Tariffs include all-suite accommodation, three meals per day, all drinks, including premium wines, spirits and liqueurs (excluding champagnes) and open Land Rover safaris accompanied by experienced guides and trackers.

Want to come and expeience this worl class lodge, contact Go SAfari to arrange this amazing experince.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Mala Mala Map

Mala Mala

The safari industry's blueprint to the luxury photographic safari; in existence since 1927.
The largest private Big Five game reserve in South Africa – 13 500 ha (
33000 acres), shares a 19 km (12 mile) unfenced border with the world-renowned Kruger National Park.
Only guests accommodated at one of the MalaMala camps enjoy this privately-owned game land.
As a result the human impact is kept to a minimum and guests are able to enjoy wildlife sightings for longer periods thus increasing their photographic opportunities. The vast area of MalaMala supports a variety of habitat types; dense riverine forest, acacia-combretum bushveld, open grassland and rocky outcrops, each sustaining different plant and animal species. The diversity of game on the MalaMala Game Reserve is therefore enhanced and territorial animals remain in a area’s for many years. Photographic safaris are conducted in open 4-wheel drive vehicles, allowing for total freedom of movement and the ability to leave the road and track down Africa's unique animals including the legendary Big Five - Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant and Buffalo.

MalaMala Main Camp - 19 ochre colored units tucked into the greenery which flanks the Sand River. Massive trees and rolling green lawns. Families are welcome at Mala Mala Main Camp, where “Junior Rangers” are treated to an educational yet entertaining bush experience.

Sable Camp - a more intimate version, situated at the southern end of the Mala Mala Camp, 5 comfortable suites under traditional thatching . No children under 12 years,the perfect choice for the traveller who seeks a smaller, more tranquil environment.

Rattray's on Mala Mala
(pictured) is the crème de la crème of the luxury safari industry - 8 regal colonial safari-style suites, each with private heated plunge pools. Only 4 guests per safari vehicle. No children under 16 years. ultimate exclusive safari in style, privacy and sublime comfort.

Want to go and experience this premier lodge,
contact Go SAfari to arrange this dream Safari

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

The Sabie Sands Game Reserve

This is a start of a series of posts in which we will bring you details for easy "at your fingertips" knowledge of our wonderful game reserves and great lodges situated in each for these reserves.

We will start with what is probably the best know reserve –
The Sabi Sands Game Reserve

The Sabi Sands Game Reserve is adjacent to the Kruger National Park situated near the Kruger Gate. Its 50km unfenced border to the park allows wildlife to roam freely through the 65 000ha reserve between the Sabie River and the Sand River which are the northern and southern boundaries. It is regarded as one of the best areas in the world to view leopards. The Sabi Sand Reserve is the birthplace of sustainable wildlife tourism in Southern Africa, and is the oldest of all the private reserves in South Africa. It has only ever been a wilderness area and is home to a vast wildlife population, including The Big Five and the Wildlife viewing is second to none

The Sabi Sands Game Reserve offers unbelievable safari experiences, and private lodges surpass each other in luxury and laid-back style. They all offer walking safaris, bush breakfasts or dinners, photographic safaris in specially designed safari vehicles. Modern conveniences such as air-conditioning, mini-bars and a centre with internet connections are the norm, as are inside and outside showers, and of course each offer sublime cuisine and extensive wine cellars.

Some of the better know lodges are:
MalaMala Game Reserve, Djuma Game Reserve, Lion Sands Reserve,
Exeter Private Game Reserve, Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, Londolozi Private Game Reserve, Singita Game Reserve and Ulusaba Private Game Reserve.

How To Get ThereThe most convenient way to get to the Sabi Sands is to fly directly to the lodges. Federal Air and Bateleur Air Charters operate daily flights that depart from Johannesburg, as well as inter-lodge flights.

Alternatively you can fly into Kruger Mpumalanga Airport from Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban (operated by SA Airlink and SA Express) and then be transferred to the lodges either by road (approx 2 hours) or short flight (approx 30 min).

Another option is to drive from Johannesburg. This takes about 5 hours and is an ideal way to explore the countryside of Mpumalanga.

Want to go and experience this reserve, contact Go SAfari to arrange this dream Safari

Monday, October 3, 2011

Royal Madikwe triumphs at 2011 World Luxury Hotel Awards

Royal Madikwe, situated in the game rich, malaria free Madikwe Game Reserve flanking the Botswana border, creates an unrivalled safari experience beyond the ordinary for the discerning traveller, where exceptional accommodation, service and cuisine prevail. Royal Madikwe took top honours at the 2011 World Luxury Hotel Awards by clinching the world's best Luxury Game Lodge title for the 2nd consecutive year.

Formerly exclusive to sole use only, Royal Madikwe recently adapted its 'undivided use' philosophy and now also welcomes couples, honeymooners and small groups to experience and interact with nature in a lavish milieu without having to reserve the entire residence.Royal Madikwe, which can accommodate up to ten guests, features five open style, suites, each with its own distinct, private setting, plunge pool and generous indoor and outdoor living space. The suites are available per person sharing or families and friends can book the entire residence on an exclusive use basis.
Families with children of all ages are welcome with a full-time nanny to assist parents, child-friendly rooms as well as a host of activities designed to take care in stimulating, educating and entertaining the kids while Mom and Dad relax in the lap of royal safari luxury. Adult activities are arranged around the guest's preferences and include daily game drives, guided bush walks, photographic safaris and traditional dancing.

The lavish accommodation includes the signature Royal Suite - a freestanding African bush villa complete with its own kitchen, dining area, lounge and library, perfect for a group or family of four - two Luxury Double Suites; one Luxury Twin Suite, and an additional Luxury Family Suite located in the main residence which is a vast open area comprising a lounge, bar and dining area and surrounded by a variety of decks, salas and outdoor seating and dining areas overlooking a well-frequented waterhole.

Want to come and expeience this worl class lodge, contact Go SAfari to arrange this amazing experince.

Monday, September 19, 2011


MalaMala has also been awarded the accolade of SOUTH AFRICA'S LEADING SAFARI LODGE by the World Travel Awards.
The Wall Street Journal describes the awards as the 'Oscars' of travel and tourism.

This year, a phenomenal 213,000 industry professionals participated in the voting process, which is scrupulously monitored and independently audited.

Want to come and expeience this worl class lodge, contact Go SAfari to arrange this amazing experince.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Paragliding Kilimanjaro

What started as a crazy idea between friends nearly 10 years ago, is finally turning into reality. The first ever legal paragliding flights from Uhuru Peak, Kilimanjaro, the roof of Africa, are just around the corner. The expedition has also been put together to commemorate the 50 year 'Uhuru' Celebrations in Tanzania. (Uhuru means freedom). They are hiking to the summit and planning to fly off (weather permitting) on the 16 September 2011. Follow this expedition on the website: - Event name 2011 Paraglide Kilimanjaro - where up to the minute live tracking will be provided, from the 11 - 18 September.

South Africa

Glorious beaches, gracious winelands, cosmopolitan cities, sanctuaries teeming with game. South Africa offers the visitor an endless range of excellent options.

Truly cosmopolitan, South Africans are often described as 'the rainbow nation'. South Africa is a vast country (about five times larger than the United Kingdom) which offers a great variety of holiday options and endless things to see and do.

Among the most popular excursions are visits to the country's many superb national parks and game reserves, including the world-renowned Kruger National Park. Cape Town with its familiar landmark, Table Mountain, remains a favourite destination. The picturesque wine estates and quality wines produced there attract great interest. With year round sun shine and great climate there is never a bad time to visit South Africa.

Any visitor to Johannesburg should include a visit to Soweto while to the north west of the 'city of gold' lies Pilanesberg National Park and Sun City.
Magnificent mountain scenery, including the famed Drakensberg and the awe-inspring Blyde River Canyon, competes with the semi-desert of the Karoo and ancient forests of Tsitsikamma and Knysna for visitors' attention.

Want to come and expeience this worl class lodge, contact Go SAfari to arrange this amazing experince.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Changes in yellow fever policy

The Department of Health has informed the South African Society of Travel Medicine that as of October 1, all travellers from Zambia will be required to show proof of yellow fever vaccination (unless in possession of a valid waiver certificate). Travellers transiting airports in countries with risk of yellow fever transmission will also be required to show proof of yellow fever vaccination, regardless of the amount of time spent at the airport.

All travellers from yellow fever risk countries who are unable to produce a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate at the port of entry will either be refused entry or quarantined until their certificate becomes valid, or for a period of not more than six days. Those with an exemption certificate due to medical reasons will be allowed entry and required to report any fever or other symptoms to the health authorities and be placed under surveillance.

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Guided Photographic Safaris

Wild Frontiers have teamed up with Etienne Oosthuizen, who is a Professional Photographic Guide, and has put together a range of workshops and safaris to suit all levels of photographic skills, with a choice of interesting destinations and photographic subjects. View Etienne's photographic portfolio here

We are approaching our Photographic Safaris a little differently to some other companies, offering safaris suited to guests' existing photographic skills, as well as having a selection of subjects. We have three different 'levels' available for small group tours on selected dates, but will of course tailor-make anything for private groups.

Wildlife Photography Workshops.These workshops area geared towards the nature lover who wants to be introduced to the world of Wildlife photography, They are designed to improve the quality of the beginners holiday snapshots to beautiful wildlife images. They differ from our Local workshops in that the lecture times are completely informal and will be held between the morning and afternoon activities under a shady tree or back in the luxury of camp. The lectures or presentations will be focused on photography in the field and important skills and techniques to photograph under African conditions.

Photographic Safaris.
This 'intermediate' safari is for the photographic enthusiast that wants to further their skills as a wildlife photographer. The safari is structured to be all about photography and lots of it, with plenty of hours spent in the field to develop the skills of a wildlife photographer. With destinations chosen for their prime game viewing and photographic opportunities. The key part of these safaris is the evening show and tell sessions with the groups photographs, which is an ideal time to relax and chat amongst the group about their photographs and receive some constructive criticism from the guides.

Photographic Expeditions.
The Ultimate photographic experience that Africa can provide. We will take you to specific destinations at specific times to capture the spectacular moments in nature that only come around a certain times of the year. These safaris caters for the photographers that want to be at the right place at the right time to photograph his chosen subject with no compromise. During the planning phases, we will advise on correct equipment, assist with hiring of equipment as needed, and put you in touch with reputable companies for Basic Photographic Workshops if you live in SA, and you want to improve your technical skills before you head on safari.

We are also available for Professional Photographers to assist with ground handling, and planning itineraries, doing bookings etc.
If you are interested in this exciting new venture, please contact Glen at

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Yellow Fever up date

The Department of Health has, over the past few weeks received numerous concerns from members of the public especially travellers and travel agencies regarding Yellow Fever vaccination. Members of the public are advised to note that Zambia is not presently on the list of countries from which South Africa requires a Yellow Fever certificate and travellers to and from Zambia are not required to have a valid Yellow Fever certificate. Should any changes occur in this regard we will let you know.

Travellers are also advised to be aware of Yellow Fever symptoms which include a sudden onset of fever, headache, backache, nausea, vomiting and jaundice. In severe cases there may be nosebleeds, vomiting blood and blood in stools. The clinical symptoms may be confused with other viral infections and therefore confirmation of the presence of Yellow Fever virus is critical.

For more information on Yellow Fever guidelines kindly visit the Department's website: (See under Latest Additions - Yellow Fever guidelines).
For more information please contact Fidel Hadebe on 012 395-8493 or 079 517-3333.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Well done Cape Town

TripAdvisor, the world's best-known customer-driven traveller advisory website, named Cape Town as the world's top destination at the annual TripAdvisorTravellers' Choice Awards.

After placing last in the Top 25 Destinations in the World category at the 2010 awards, this year Cape Town weathered challenges from the likes of Sydney, Paris, Rio, New York, Rome, London and Hong Kong to be named the world's top destination.

Monday, June 13, 2011

South Africa's 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Explore South Africa's UNESCO World Heritage Sites and get a glimse of our natural and cultural wonders.

Robben Island: famous landmark, where Nelson Mandela and many other Freedom Struggle heroes were imprisoned. Guided tours are done by previous prisoners, which together with the location, history and prison conditions make for a highly emotive experience.

iSimangaliso Wetland Park: one of the largest estuary systems in Africa, acclaimed for its exceptional biodiversity and over 520 bird species. Here you’ll find sand dunes, golden beaches, coral reefs, wetlands, mangrove swamps, woodlands, coastal forests and grasslands.

Cradle of Humankind: boasts the richest evidence of human evolution over the past 3,5 million years and has yielded the remains of some of the oldest hominids - the early ancestors of the human race.

uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park: South Africa's highest mountain range has exceptional scenic beauty, a diverse habitat harbouring a number of threatened plant and bird species and a concentration of historic rock art paintings. An ideal place for adventure activities ranging from hiking trails to mountain climbing.

Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape: Iron Age site showing evidence of a highly advanced indigenous society existing centuries before European colonialism spread across Africa. This is where the famous golden rhinoceros and many other artifacts were found.

Cape Floral Region: the Western Cape's fynbos (indigenous flowering shrubland) is one of the richest and most diverse floral areas in the world - 70% of its floral species occur nowhere else on the planet. Table Mountain National Park, which is part of this remarkable wilderness area, has more plant species in its 22 000 hectares than Britain or New Zealand.

Vredefort Dome: The world's biggest meteor crater dates back two million years when a gigantic meteorite 10 km in diameter hit the earth. Today this site is the oldest and largest clearly visible meteorite impact site in the world. Adventure activities abound.

The Richtersveld Cultural and Botanical Landscape: A remarkable mountainous desert in the north-west of the country that is uniquely owned and managed by the Nama communities.

Monday, May 30, 2011

Yellow Fever

The South African Department of Health has issued a statement that all returning travellers from South Africa to Zambia and travellers from Zambia to South Africa will now require proof of yellow fever vaccination. Previously, this was not required. All in-transit passengers between the two destinations, irrespective of the time period in transit, will also require proof of yellow fever vaccination.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Flighs between Cape Town and Kruger Park

Great news, you will be able to fly direcrly between Cape Town and Hoedspruit and not have to fly via Johannesburg and get a connecting flight saving time and being much more convenient.

SA Express has announced the launch of flights between Cape Town and Hoedspruit, starting July 26.
The airline will operate the route with a 50-seater CRJ 200 with a launch phase frequency of once daily, every Tuesday and Thursday. Flights will depart Cape Town at 09h30, arriving Hoedspruit at 12h10. The return service will depart Hoedspruit at 12h45, arriving in Cape Town at 15h25.
The airline said it was confident the addition of this route to its network would ensure the best possible connections for business and leisure customers.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Direct flight between Cape Town and Livngstone

Starting June 30, Zambezi Airlines will introduce new flights connecting Cape Town directly with Livingstone and on to Lusaka.

Flights from Cape Town are scheduled to operate on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and will depart at 08h00, arriving in Livingstone at 11h10. Flights will then depart Livingstone at 11h55, arriving in Lusaka at 12h55.
The return service will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, departing Lusaka at 12h15, arriving in Livingstone at 13h15. From Livingstone flights will depart at 14h00, arriving in Cape Town at 17h10.

Flights will be operated by a B737-500, configured in 99 economy seats and 12 business-class seats.

World Golf Championship

South Africa is set to host the World Golf Championship from 2012.
The announcement follows extensive meetings between the US PGA Tour and the International Federation of PGA Tours, of which the Sunshine Tour in South Africa is a founding member.
The World Golf Championship will feature the top 70 players in the world golf rankings.
Said Commissioner of the Sunshine Tour, Gareth Tindall: “This is without a doubt, the most significant milestone in the history of professional golf in South Africa, what is even more significant is that we have the commitment that we will host this World Golf Championship event for a period of five years. That has enormously positive implications for the game and for our country as a whole.”

Friday, April 1, 2011

SA National Parks to build hotels in Kruger Park!

After its recent quarterly meeting, the board of South African National Parks (SANParks) confirmed that it still stood by the decision to develop two safari hotels in the Kruger National Park. In the meeting, the board agreed that the decision to develop the hotels was within its mandate as a key responsibility to the continued sustainability and financial viability of the organisation. In a statement issued to the media, SanParks said commercialisation continued to be a policy of the board. It said it was based on sound decision-making and that nowhere in the world had an accommodation facility destroyed the ecology of a park, and invited anyone to bring such scientific evidence to the table. SANParks confirmed the appointment of Professor Willem van Riet, a former SANParks board member, as the Project Co-ordinator for both the Malelane Lodge and Skukuza Conference Lodge. The statement said that Professor van Riet had extensive experience in conservation, landscaping and development of tourism facilities in ecologically sensitive areas and was responsible for the development of the Berg-En-Dal rest camp in the Kruger National Park.