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Safari Camp Site on Kruger’s Doorstep – Opposite Orpen Gate

The Kruger National Park and surrounds boasts with a huge range of accommodation options from ultra luxury, 5 star safari lodges with their own vast game reserves to basic camp sites for those wishing to rough it.

Camping Safari Site Near The Kruger Park

Inn Africa Safari Camping Safari site for the Adventurous

For self drive travellers with their own tents or caravanners looking to use the Kruger Park’s Orpen Gate as a base for their explorative trips around the lowveld, Inn Africa Safari offers visitors a safe secure campsite with a range of amenities to suit the independent traveller including:  

  • Big game perimeter fence designed to keep our guests safe
  • A communal ablution block with piped hot and cold water
  • Each camping spot is flat so you can pitch your tent or park your caravan
  • Each camping spot has their own braai / barbecue area
  • First Aid Station
  • 24 Hour Check in
  • Electricity points at every camping spot
  • Firewood for sale
  • Extensive cell phone and internet reception throughout the campsite and surrounds

Mpumalanga’s Scenic Panorama Route Is Food For The Soul

One of the most scenic drives in the world is undoubtedly Mpumalanga’s Panorama Route which takes one through the province’s highlands and the north eastern section of the Drakensberg’s (Dragon Mountain) great escarpment where the Highveld plateau comes to an abrupt halt giving way to the Lowveld below. Needless to say various vantage points along the route such as breathtakingly beautiful Gods Window have become popular stop off’s from which one take a break, have a bite to eat and gaze upon the universe below.

This popular route is also full of spectacular waterfalls where the brave can venture into the refreshing pools below. These waterfalls include:

  • The Mac Mac Falls
  • The Lisbon Falls
  • The Berlin Falls
  • Horseshoe Falls and
  • The Forest Falls

Along the route is also the quaint towns Pilgrims Rest, which is one of the few towns in South Africa where the entire town is a living breathing museum. Graskop, which is home to an old sawmill is also a popular stop off point.

If you would like to explore this area, feel free to contact us to make a reservation.

Feel free to contact us to make a booking or for more information.