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Africamps At Hoedspruit

Rated 4.2 in 5 Reviews

Klaserie, Limpopo Province
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R 2,090
Avg per night for 2 guests

AfriCamps at Hoedspruit is a glamping site situated in Limpopo, South Africa. It is located close to the Kruger National Park and the Blyde River Canyon, providing a perfect base for a Lowveld safari. The area is renowned for its proximity to wildlife and some of the best-known private game reserves in the country for Big 5 viewing, as well as its cultural heritage, beautiful landscapes, and pleasant weather.

The site is situated at the foot of the Klein Drakensberg Mountain, just west of Timbavati Game Reserve and Klaserie Nature Reserve, and within 40km of Kruger's Orpen gate. Apart from the wildlife, visitors can explore the Panorama Route's stunning landscapes and cultural heritage, including Graskop Gorge, Pinnacle Rock, God's Window, Wonder View, Bourke's Luck Potholes, Three Rondavels, and Blyde River Canyon. The area also features remarkable waterfalls such as Lone Creek Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, Sabie Falls, Forest Falls, Mac Mac Pools, Mac Mac Falls, Berlin Falls, and Lisbon Falls.

The camp is hosted by Louwtjie and Monica Roux, who currently run the Klaserie Caravan Park on their beautiful property 30km south of Hoedspruit. The camp features 11 tents surrounding a beautiful dam popular among guests for fishing. It also has a pool area for the whole family to enjoy on sunny days. Each tent has a private outdoor wood-fired hot tub overlooking the dam, which can also be used as a splash pool. Game drives to Kruger National Park depart from the camp.

The tents are equipped with a lounge, dining area, spacious wooden deck, two bedrooms, and a bathroom. Both bedrooms are furnished with a queen-size bed, and one also contains a single bunk bed. The tents have air-conditioning and an indoor fireplace. Guests can enjoy a braai on the wooden decks and take in the views from the comfortable deck loungers. The front covers of the tents can be pulled up, transforming them into a large outdoor living area.

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