Northern Kruger

North of the Orange River is a semi-arid region covering 7 000 square kilometers that sees very little rain. Vegetation here changes very little from the unvarying mopane shrub which thrives in hot, low-lying valleys. The Letaba and Olifants rivers contain as much as 60% of the Kruger Park’s hippo population, and bird life here abounds. There are plenty of bush pig in the undergrowth of the Luvuvhu River and on most of the river banks you can hope to see sizeable herds of elephant, (the Kruger National park’s latest estimate is as many as 9000 of these beautiful beasts), buffalo, bushbuck, impala and kudu concentrated near a water supply.

Camps in this region are;



Bushveld Camp in this region is;


Bush Lodge in this region is;


Rest Camps in the Northern Kruger are;

Mopani Camp


More information please feel free to contact us at we can facilitate your arrangements, and take you on Guided Tour of Kruger National Park.   

Transfers to and from your B & B, Guesthouse, Lodge or Hotel, should you not be staying with us at "Ebubeleni", can be arranged.

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