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When you stay at Pafuri Camp in Kruger National Park, you'll be on a river and within the vicinity of Lanner Gorge. Featured amenities include luggage storage, a library, and coffee/tea in a common area. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available on request), and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Beautiful setting on the river Constant arrival of animals and birds ,as at the the end of the dry season, viewed from your deck. Luxurious tents and spotlessly clean. Staff couldn't have been more friendly or helpful.Great place to relax after 10 days of constant driving on dusty roads
Cons: If you dont want to walk far in the 42 degree heat ask for a tent with a higher number as tent 1 ( ours ) is quite a walk from reception. On the plus though you get to see more animals who hang around only a few metres away from the raised deckway !!
Pros: The location of the Camp is fantastic. The area seems to be nearly untouched. The tents are luxurious, we missed nothing. The whole team makes sure that you don’t miss anything. They have a really high service level and the people are very friendly, the food is fantastic too. Our highlights were the game drives with the guide Bongani. A big THANK YOU to the whole team, especially to Bongani, Enos, Charlotte and Moses. Our stay at the Pafuri Camp was a highlight of our SA-travel. We will come back next year.
Pros: Pafuri is a truly amazing place. The special and omnipresent relationship with the Makuleke and their lands makes it a unique and wonderful place. The Pafuri triangle also has a unusual density of species that one isn't so likely to see elsewhere. The Lodge's location on the river makes every moment magical. There isn't a bad view in sight. The money you pay goes to great causes (conservation/community). The food is spectacular, the game drives lengthy and, and the staff are as good as they come.
Pros: Excellent camp … great staff, good food brilliant guide and a wonderful location
Pros: Location at the river and family tent very good.
Cons: "Lunch" is served at 15:30 with an instruction to leave for a game-drive at 16:00. It is obvious that they want to save one meal and thus combining High Tea and Lunch together. Therefore queues at lunch plus this all has to be done in a big rush. Quality of food also lacking. The game ranger Andile drove approximately 5km/h for 2,5 hours.
Pros: It is is just an incredibly special place. I’d go back tomorrow if I could! Very comfortable. Beautifully decorated. Wonderful staff. Surrounded by wildlife and we loved that it is so far away from everything. Literally!
Cons: A small fridge and mini-bar in the rooms would be a huge advantage
When you stay at The Outpost Lodge in Kruger National Park, you'll be in the historical district and steps from Makuleke Wilderness. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available on request), and free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Amazing staff and location. Perfect spot in the Krugerpark.
Cons: Booked a Riverview room but never saw the river.
Pros: Game drives were on point. Nicole was amazing as a ranger.
Cons: The heat - weather was just unbearable.
Pros: What a stunning location and breathtaking view of the river from your room. It's worth heading up north just to see a different side to the Kruger. In general friendly staff and good food.
Cons: What lets the lodge down is its attention to detail. For example the furnishings both in the common areas and the rooms are dirty, the towels threadbare and the linen stained and holey in places. Not what you expect from a "luxury" lodge. At dinner our main meal was usually served before we could even get someone to offer us something to drink and we always felt quite rushed. Although the staff are very friendly and polite, service in general could be improved upon.
Pros: Great units and design. Great 180 degree views
Pros: The remoteness of the location. The breathtaking views. Our guide Dean, was phenomenal!
Pros: Lovely lodge with excellent staff! They go out of their way to make you comfortable. The food was absolutely delicious and our guide, Dean, was amazing. He had so much knowledge to share and really made our bush walks an amazing experience! The rooms are simplisticly beautiful witb wonderful facilities. We enjoyed our very relaxing head, neck and shoulder massage.
Pros: Everything. Attention to detail, friendly and efficient staff, amazing guides and food
Cons: Honestly nothing.